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Thanks to innovative patent pending technologies inside the gun, the painter has complete control with the paint application. The paint speed controller and spin effect deliver a perfect atomization with very high transfer efficiency (up to 78% in HVLP).
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More profitable runtime and less costly downtime are the end goals of SOPHIA, Biesse’s new Internet of Things app.
SOPHIA is a cloud-based software management tool that helps users achieve higher productivity by providing them with an easy-to-use dashboard containing real-time visibility of machine status, performance and functionality.
“SOPHIA is continuously accumulating, monitoring and analyzing a numeric-controlled machine’s data via a cloud-based computing network on a real-time basis,” said Cesare Magnani, brand sales manager of Biesse America. “From the cloud, information such as a machine’s performance history and operating statistics are filtered and analyzed to provide projections of the machine’s future behavior. This information is easily accessible through a mobile app for the customer anywhere, anytime.”
A prime example of SOPHIA’s value is its ability to predict an impending failure by constantly being on the lookout for abnormalities such as excessive vibration or high temperature of a CNC router’s electro spindles.
“If a machine sensor connected to SOPHIA detects that the machine is exceeding its parameters of operation, it will trigger an alarm alerting both our service department and the customer of a potential problem,” Magnani said. “For example, it could be a problem with the spindle, a dull tool or that the operator is pushing the machine past its limits. In any regard, the app allows the customer to analyze the problem and with the help of our service team determine if something might be failing so that it can be repaired or replaced with minimal costly downtime.”
BIESSE S.p.A. - Biesse Group is a global leader in technology for processing wood, glass, stone, plastic and metal. It designs, manufactures and distributes machines, integrated systems and software for manufacturers of furniture, door/window frames and components for the construction, ship-building and aerospace industries. It invests on average 14 million Euro per year in R&D, boasting over 200 registered patents. It operates through 8 industrial sites, 34 branches and 300 agents and selected dealers, exporting 90% of its production. Its customers include some of the most prestigious names in Italian and international design. Founded in Pesaro in 1969, by Giancarlo Selci, the company has been listed on the Stock Exchange (STAR segment) since June 2001. It now counts 4000 employees throughout the world.
Originally Broadcasted on July 17, 2013.
Wood is a complex and variable material; yet its behavior is predictable. Oftentimes, the difficulties and expensive problems we have with wood during and after manufacturing are a result of what someone else has done to the wood. Learn to identify wood gluing and machining issues and how they related to previous processing, and what practical steps a manager can do to prevent or control these problems.
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There is a series of steps and decisions necessary when retrofitting a woodworking operation to take advantage of automation. Nearly every facet of the business is impacted once decisions are made to move to new ways of producing custom woodwork projects. This session will explore considerations and planning necessary to create a smooth transition from the perspective of a shop owner who built his business using automation from the ground up.
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Originally Broadcasted on July 30, 2014.
Finding the right members in the design community can be a daunting task. This seminar will delve into seeking out those individuals or firms, how to work with them once you find them and how to keep them coming back for more.
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Originally Broadcasted on June 25, 2014
Labor, material, overhead and profit; the four basic elements to pricing. Or is it? In fact those are the four core criteria that need to be considered yet each has many nuances and details that many business owners overlook or just don’t fully understand on a daily basis on every project they bid.
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