SOLUTION - THE FUTURE MAGAZINE
BEST PERFORMANCE FOR YOUR SUCCESS - EDITION 1 | 2020
The third edition of our magazine SOLUTION - the future magazine, gives you an insight into the world of tomorrow: We use augmented reality for presentations and to deal with digitization in the edging process. The future of the IMA SCHELLING GROUP is also secured by our trainees, who reported on their work. We also invite you to discover the Bologna region.
In June 2019, the bathroom furniture manufacturer burgbad commissioned a Combima with return conveyor system in its factory in Bad Fredeburg. Since that time, the work cell has exceeded the planned production capacity every day.
DIM – the German Furniture Technology Institute (Deutsches Institut für Möbeltechnik) which is situated at the Rosenheim Polytechnic – has specialized in the quality assessment of furniture, mounting hardware and other furniture supplies.
Turning ideas into new products, reconsidering furniture, supporting industry with know-how and preparing the ground for innovative technologies – this is the portfolio offered by ambigence, the think tank for the furniture industry.
In Germany and Austria, the IMA Schelling Group offers 15 futureoriented technical and commercial apprenticeships and moreover trains tomorrow‘s specialist in four practiceintegrated courses of study.
#EDGEISDIGITAL OR THE DIGITALIZATION OF THE EDGING TAPE
With automated processes and digitized edging tapes IMA Schelling and REHAU stand up for the relation of smart factory in furniture
The goal is clear: the woodworking smart factory of the future will use fully networked systems designed to allow the manufacturers of furniture, machinery, panels and edging tapes to automate purchase orders, warehousing and machine setup. This will require unique identification of all materials and supply of digital data which can be accessed by all involved parties.
ALL MACHINES IN ONE APP
IMA Schelling will use an augmented reality app to present its machines and work cells at fairs and in sales talks.
MAKING FURNITURE QUALITY MEASURABLE
DIM – the German Furniture Technology Institute (Deutsches Institut für Möbeltechnik) which is situated at the Rosenheim Polytechnic – has specialized in the quality assessment of furniture, mounting hardware and other furniture supplies. In an interview with the SOLUTION magazine, Professor Thorsten Ober, the director of the technical and scientific service provider which operates on an international scale, talked about his institute.