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Biesse at JEC World 2022, innovation and the latest trends in the field of solutions for machining plastic and composite materials

This year for the very first time, on their booth, visitors will be able to experience all the benefits offered by technologies bearing the Biesse and HSD Mechatronics brands – the latter specialises in the production of electrospindles, milling heads and components for machining composite materials, metal and other materials.

Biesse at JEC World 2022, innovation and the latest trends in the field of solutions for machining plastic and composite materials
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Biesse solutions are extremely precise, easy to use and versatile, and come with all the optional features that are needed in order to process the materials that are on the market today. Biesse has created a range of products made up of panel saws (SELCO PLAST), work centres (ROVER PLAST and MATERIA), water-jet cutting systems (PRIMUS), sanders (VIET PLAST), and thermoformers (TERMA).

“Our strength lies in the fact that we offer the customer a complete machining process, from sectioning to factory automation. With our technologies and expertise, we are dedicated to the plastics and composite markets, courtesy of our numerous partnerships in the automotive, aerospace and industrial components sectors.”; explains Guillaume Thenon, Biesse Business Development Manager Plastic & Composite Materials.

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Visitors can enjoy the experience created in collaboration with Factory Unit, a French company based in Antibes, along with L2Concept, and take a virtual spin in a driving simulator (Hall 6 – Stand D25)

In Hall 6 – Stand D25, visitors will also be able to enjoy the experience created in collaboration with Factory Unit, a French company based in Antibes, which, along with L2Concept, boasts decades of experience and highly-specialised skills in industrial automotive design, supporting companies from all over the world in the creation of prototypes and concept cars. Indeed, the stand will feature a concept car created using Biesse technologies, which visitors will be able to take for a virtual spin in a driving simulator, as they go head to head in the Biesse Race.

“The partnership between Biesse and Factory Unit began a few years ago, when Alain Grandjean, CEO and founder of Factory Unit, was looking for a machining centre that could meet the high expectations associated with the design and implementation of projects like this. The collaborative relationship between the two companies has enabled mutual growth thanks to the exchange of skills, knowledge and technologies”, explains Silvano Maddalon, Biesse Sales Manager Plastic & Composite Materials.

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Visitors to the stand D25 in Hall 6, will also be able to make use of an interactive display which offers a broad overview of Biesse technologies and a range of the main Made With Biesse partnerships and testimonials.

More information www.biesse.com