Interlinked Furniture Production for approx. 4.800 parts per 8 hours
The interlinked system concept for furniture production offers you a complete solution with maximum performance from a single source. The latest machine technology and end-to-end control give you cost-effective industrial production up to batch size 1.
The revolutionary cutting cell with four single saws enables customized cutting of individual panels. Behind this innovation is a concept that completely redefines the flow of parts in order-based production and enables customized cutting with series conditions.
Fully automated sequences
Automatic labeling of components
Great flexibility for the design in the length and width of the storage system
The installation of the cell can be varied depending on the feed direction
Automatic handling of offcuts
Fully automated sequences and onward transport on two levels
The buffer system is used to isolate performance spikes in cutting and to adjust the material flow for edge processing. Smoothing out output fluctuations achieves a significant improvement of the overall availability.
Material flow is equalized through buffer zones as well as the infeeds and outfeeds
Optimization of the material flow with options for sorting in layers
Optimal preparation of the edge processing through manipulation of the material order
Direct access to each shelf
Storage removal lists can be flexibly changed until the last panel
Option for infeed of workpieces that have been cut externally
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The edge processing cell with four edge processing machines connected in series enables four-side processing in just one throughfeed. This edge cell provides smooth processes and is ideal for flexible batch size 1 production with maximum performance.
Maximum performance with four edge processing machines
Four-side processing in just one throughfeed
High-performance feed systems and joint trimming
The production control system guarantees the performance and efficiency of the system concept. Batch size 1 production therefore depends on a higher-level intelligent production control system, alongside high-performance and flexible system concepts.
Transfer and feedback of production orders from and to the ERP system
Generation of production and optimization batches
Management of production-related master data
Rule-based generation of data records for edge processing
Edge preview & edge management
Completeness checks and indication of missing parts for production batch/customer order
Organization and prioritization of the reworking of defective components
Statistics and analyses regarding the error, cause, time and frequency
Universal concept for marking and identifying components using barcode
Universal network infrastructure and teleservice
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