manager Kansas City, said that the area for the new
machine had to be freed up, and power, compressed
air supply and dust extraction needed to be provided
to the machine location in advance.
Riggers were lined up to the exact date and time,
waiting for the arrival of the machine. All tools were
in place at the right time and were just waiting for
the moment of action. The management team had
everything organized, so all sources needed were
“ready to roll” when needed.
Lebovics said that supervisors and future
operators attended the entire installation and start-up process, learning about all parts to be adjusted
and programmed during the start-up phase.
Laminate Works chose an IMA Schelling Novimat
Contour R3 edgebander.
“The special feature of this machine is the “KFA”
Kontur Fraes Aggregate (contour milling aggregate)
which even at a max speed of 30 meters/minute
A special feature of this machine is the KFA contour milling