Charlotte, North Carolina-based Biesse, a manufacturer of CNC machinery for wood, plastics, metal and engineered materials, releases details of its “Spring 2018 Inside Biesse” event at the company’s 23,000-square-foot showroom in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The company says attendees will view new technology and machines and attend educational events on industry topics.
The two-day event is Thursday and Friday, April 19-20. The following is the list of seminars on Thursday. The company’s descriptions are in quote marks.
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Innovations in Cabinets and Countertops with Cesare Magnani, Biesse brand manager and Michele Ragno, Intermac Stone vice president;
“Join Biesse and Intermac for our exciting Cabinets and Countertops Event combining manufacturing techniques for cabinet nesting and granite countertop fabrication with classroom presentations and machinery demonstrations. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to experience the best of both worlds.”
9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.: Financing Today-How to be better prepared with Stan Ragley, Biesse/Intermac Finance;
“This seminar will cover what finance companies and banks look for when reviewing applications for financing. Whether you are a new company or well established, we will share tips and other basics that will benefit you when it comes time to secure a loan for equipment, a building, facility upgrades or a line of credit.”
11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.–Lauro Dominici, Biesse Edgebander product area manager with
The PUR Glue REVOLUTION is here!
“Join Biesse product specialists as they present Biesse’s new Top Melt TM10 Pre-Melting unit. The TM10 is a groundbreaking PUR application system offering all the advantages of a PUR glue system. Some of the benefits include flexibility, increased production, easy and quick color change, improved quality and easy cleaning.”
2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.-John Liedl, Eurosoft manufacturing execution system with the next ‘must have’ in automation
“MES software is all the rage these days. But what is it? What does it do? MES stands for Manufacturing Execution System. Learn how an MES solution manages and monitors the progress of work (jobs) on the factory floor, collects real time manufacturing data from all important components (machines, robots, employees, etc.) and feeds that back to the office for analysis.”
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