SCM Group, a leader in wood processing technologies since 1952, is set to present its latest technologies to industry experts and companies using new tools and state-of-the-art multimedia channels. This is the aim of the ‘SCM Live Show’, which will be streamed live from June 30 to July 2, 2020. With key industry events being cancelled or postponed until the end of the year, SCM continues to offer all its support in terms of technology and know-how to the production needs of wood processing businesses, from large industries to artisans, from furniture to windows and doors to joinery.
With the ‘SCM Live Show’, the Italian group has prepared an extensive programme of live link-ups and webinars, which will allow participants to be a part of the technological change in progress, from all over the world via the internet, on all three days of the event. More importantly, participants will be able to interact with SCM experts just like they would in a real live TV show. Experts will illustrate what’s new for each wood machining process as well as the most important market trends, all live from the Technology Center in Rimini and other Group plants.
“We are experiencing a period of dramatic changes and SCM is transforming a need, that of maintaining relations with its partners, into a genuine digital strategy,” explained Luigi De Vito, Wood Division Manager at SCM. “Over the last few months, we have been doing this by continuing to guarantee and optimize all our maintenance activities, assistance and training remotely with our digital tools and services, and we do so with even greater conviction today, by organizing a unique event at world level such as the ‘SCM Live Show’. The technological innovation, which has always distinguished SCM with its increasingly performing, flexible and evolved solutions, will combine with a communicative and multimedia innovation, ready to mark a new page in the history of wood processing.”
The numerous technological events taking center stage during the event – standalone cells and machines integrated with one another, dedicated to different application environments – will be capable of meeting the varied production needs of secondary wood processing: from upgrades for the wide range of machining centers and panel drilling to machining centers for solid wood and timber construction; from proposals for flexible and j-shape industrial edgebanding, to angular sizing; from integrated surface treatment, with the latest solutions for pressing, sanding and finishing, to state-of-the-art solutions for packaging; from specific technologies for windows and doors and integrated lines for doors, to models for squaring-tenoning and profiling.