From 20 to 24 November Inside, the traditional annual event that Biesse, the Pesaro-based giant that designs and manufactures woodworking technology, held in its showroom, was held. An event that confirms and “…reinforces Biesse’s commitment to providing technological solutions to automate the way customers produce“.
“From 20 to 24 November 2023, the Inside event was dedicated to Italy“, said Laura Alesi, Marketing Manager Italy. “This year’s edition, inspired by the theme ‘How to shape the material’, celebrates multi-materiality and aims to highlight, through a dense programme of seminars, demos and in-depth studies, how technology, in a path that combines innovation, experimentation and design, united by human genius and empathy, can unleash the potential inherent in every material“. Once the event was over, the doors of the group’s showroom did not close. Until 1 December, in fact, thanks to a shared and personalised calendar, every week will see the alternation of customers from every Biesse location in the world, from the United States to Australia, from Europe to Asia, confirming one of the founding values of Biesse’s corporate culture, being international natives.
Among the new products in action for woodworking are the new Stream Edge Pro edgebanding line for batch-one production, equipped with the “HFS – Hydrogen Force System” (we wrote about it here) designed for sustainable edgebonding, and the “Rover B FT HD” nesting machining centre, serviced by ROS robots. In the glass processing sector, on the other hand, the Intermac Multi Pro stands out, the new vertical machining centre ideal for making doors, shop windows, glass for industrial vehicles and structural facades, and Francesca, the range dedicated to drilling, milling and countersinking operations on flat glass and irregular shapes; in the stone processing sector the “Master Edge up” edge polisher stands out, designed to polish flat and shaped edges of marble, granite, quartz, ceramic and sintered materials. Biesse’s range of technological solutions for processing wood, glass, stone and plastic and composite materials is completed with numerically controlled machines suitable for all processing requirements.