blades that increase material yield
while lowering energy consumption.
At the core of the machine, an industrial robot manages panel handling
and organizes cut parts for automated
labeling and storage. Premier EuroCase said the flexible system helps
streamline its order-based production.
“We offer comprehensive custom
capabilities and material diversity to
numerous markets and building sec-
tors,” said Andy Wilzoch, president of
Premier EuroCase. “It’s imperative for
us to be able to move from industry to
industry without any production inter-
ruptions. For us to do that successfully
we invest in the latest technologies that
allow us to offer high-quality products
in the industry’s fastest lead time.”
A previously installed IntelliStore
automated panel storage and retrieval
system works in conjunction with the
HPS to pull in inventory for cutting,
and putting back into storage what
is left over. Together the intelligent
technology maximizes material flow
and enables the most efficient use of
resources, according to the company.
Premier EuroCase (premiereuro-
case.com) is a privately-held, full-service panel processor that has been
specializing in laminating, manufacturing, custom components and
technical innovation since 1987.
The company’s success has enabled
Wilzoch to indulge in another of his
passions: race car driving. He recently
teamed up with Flying Lizard Motors-ports and races his Porsche 911 GT3R
in the 2018 Porsche GT3 Trophy Cup
Tour. Along with Premier EuroCase’s
logo, the Stiles logo is also on the car. ;
The robotic saw is highly flexible, accurate, and significantly more efficient for streamlining
Premier EuroCase’s order-based production, according to the company.
Vacuum pods on the robotic saw allow it to pick up and move panels and parts for sorting,
storage and labeling.
The Homag HPS 320 flexTec robotic saw not only cuts parts but also manages panel handling
and organizes cut parts for storage and labeling.