Mattress tech expo to feature
alongside IndiaWood 2020

Under the umbrella of NürnbergMesse India, the India Mattresstech Expo (IME) will celebrate its premiere from 27 February to 2 March, parallel to IndiaWood 2020 in Bengaluru. It is India’s dedicated trade fair for mattress and upholstery manufacturing.

The IME took place for the first time in Chennai in 2013 and was previously owned by Unitech Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd., which has been organising national and international trade fairs and conferences since 2001.
“By adding the IME to the next round of IndiaWood we are pooling the entire expertise of the market in one place – and therefore are offering our customers genuine added value specifically for the wood processing and furniture production industry,” says Ms. Sonia Prashar, Managing Director of NürnbergMesse India.
“The thematic proximity of the trade fairs, paired with a concept tailored to the local market, reinforces the position of our exhibitions and therefore offers us the best conditions for the future,” she says.
“The economy in India is developing brilliantly. This offers the best prospects for NürnbergMesse India and the Indian market is becoming increasingly important for the international exhibition industry as well,” stresses Prashar.
For bookings, contact Kalyan STV (+91-7619163082; email [email protected]) or Pradeep Kumar Gopal (+91-9986066910; email [email protected]).

DelhiWood attracted
527 exhibitors

DelhiWood 2019, which concluded successfully at the India Expo Mart and Centre in Greater Noida, hosted more than 520 exhibitors, who showcased their latest products on 42,000 square metres of display space.

The 4-day exhibition in March provided participants with insights into the latest trends and innovations in furniture production, woodworking machinery, interior design services, diverse building engineering services and the ever-growing woodworking industry.
DelhiWood offered a 360-degree view on global trends from the woodworking industry, providing a great opportunity for domestic manufacturers, SMEs and traders to ideate, network and get an understanding of current trends.
Furniture & Kitchen manufacturers, architects, interior designers, timber traders, saw millers, builders, contractors, hardware distributors, dealers from all over the country and neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, West Asia other international countries participated.
DelhiWood saw participation from many international associations – American Softwood, American Hardwood from USA, Canadian Wood from Canada and Swedish Wood from Sweden, Japan Wood Association from Japan were among first-time participants.

Learn from the best
at Ligna, Hannover

Ligna (27-31 May) is again offering practical training sessions for equipment users from the joinery, cabinet-making, carpentry and assembly trades. The motto says it all: “Showing, Doing, Knowing.” The workshops run for about 90 minutes each and cover a range of subject areas and trends that are highly

relevant to the woodworking trades. They are an excellent opportunity for participants to try out new products from selected exhibitors.
The workshops will focus on power tools, assembly aids and adhesives for the woodworking trades and will also include presentations on the effective use of social media and networks.
While the participating exhibitors do have demonstration areas at their own exhibition stands, things there are generally too busy and hectic for in-depth presentations of all the benefits of the new products and systems on offer.
Pavilion 11, fronting Hall 11, offers a quiet oasis away from the crowds that is conducive to learning. Participation in the training workshops is free of charge to woodworking and installation/assembly professionals and requires prior registration.
Among exhibitors, Festool, Kleiberit, Bessy and Mafell are participating.
Register on the LIGNA website:

Why you should visit
Interzum 2019

In May this year, the future of furniture production and interior construction begins again in Cologne (Germany). Interzum (21-24 May) inspires the global furniture supplier industry. This is where decision makers, opinion leaders, disseminators and trend-setters from all over the world keep up with the

innovations in the sector, seek out and establish new contacts.
This leading international fair attracts more than 1,700 exhibitors to impress an anticipated 70,000 visitors from over 150 countries. Exhibitors present their innovations across 1,90,000 square metres of exhibition space.
The largest exhibition area at Interzum 2019 will be occupied by the ‘Function & Components’ product segment. In Halls 3.2, 4, 5, 7 and 8, the industry will show how customers’ increasing demands in the areas of technology, energy efficiency, comfort and convenience can be fulfilled.
These points will be addressed by the product segments of light and lighting systems, semi-finished products for storage, kitchen, office and frame furniture, fittings, locks and furniture components.
Even more convenient, individual, digital and connected – these are the expectations for the interiors of the future, and this is the reason why solutions to these requirements will be the focus of attention in the technical and functional components segment.

Homag software monitors
all manufacturing

The digitalization of the wood and furniture industry requires control of production planning and organization to ensure efficient production processes, optimal data quality, and absolute transparency.

This new business area is what Homag is focusing of through its"Homag Consulting and Software" arm that develops tailor-made software solutions. ControllerMES, the manufacturing execution system from the division enables an integrated information flow within production and at the same time offers the option of digitalized production planning and organization.
The data is first created in an upstream design software such as woodCAD|CAM and transferred to ControllerMES. This ensures that there are no data processing errors. Labels with barcodes enable the unique identification of each component- regardless of its current stage of production.
The machine data required is supplied to the relevant machine through the reading of barcodes. Waste is reduced thanks to the flexible grouping of jobs in batch formation and the seamless communication with the Cut Rite cutting optimization software.
The progress of the jobs can be viewed in ControllerMES throughout the entire production process. This means that you can see at a glance whether individual furniture components are ready for assembly or can be delivered to the construction site. And if a part has to be reworked or reproduced quickly, the predetermined logic in ControllerMES helps with this process.

Top-line edge banding machine
from Jai

Jai Industries’ OptiEdge model combines the key characteristics of speed, productivity, flexibility and user comfort. It is a complete package and is the ideal machine to ensure that processing edges are handled quickly, easily and as efficiently as possible.

Edge processing aggregates and an optimized machine chassis guarantee absolute stability even when running at maximum speed. The final finishing results when processing coiled material gives incredibly high standards that fulfil the ever increasing demands of edge-banding processing.
The machine can be perfectly configured for company specific requirements.

Salient Features

  • High-performance machine with High feeding speed of up to 25 m/min that gives more production
  • Teflon-coated, hot-melt glue pot to allow easy and quick glue replacement
  • Motorized up-down movement of pressure beam for easy thickness setting
  • Robust feed chain and conveyor system with heavy-duty gearbox for effective pressure on panels
  • Low maintenance machine with easily available cost-effective spares, best after sales service support.

Rehau floating shelves
provide ample storage

Rehau floating shelves are an elegant way to expand storage for everything from dishes and small appliances to decorative objects while complementing the clean, no-hardware design of modern European-style cabinets. These modern, streamlined shelves are capable of replacing the storage capacity of upper

cabinets while lending airiness and uncluttered style to the kitchen, bath and accent-wall design.
The high-quality shelving with a patent-pending bracket design has a storage capacity of up to 15 pounds per linear foot, enabling displayed storage of far heavier items than previously possible without visible hardware.
Rugged in function, these floating shelves have a crisp, clean finish. Unlike the self-edge finish of traditional shelving, the company exclusively offers shelves finished with perfectly-matched edgebanding that enhancing durability and visual appeal.
The floating shelves are an extension of our modern, customised, cabinet-door line offered in more than 100 surfaces. The shelving is offered in the Rauvisio brilliant, Fenix NTM and Rauvisio terra lines and are manufactured with a sturdy, 3/4-in (19 mm) MDF core.
The 2 3/8-in (60 mm) thick shelves are offered in depths of 10 and 12 inches (254 and 305 mm ) and custom, made-to-order lengths up to 8 feet (2.44 m). Thickness: 2-3/8 in (60 mm), Depth: 10 or 12 in (254 or 304.8 mm), Min Length: 22 in (558.8 mm), Max Length: 96 in (2438.4 mm).
The shelves install over drywall with typical do-it-yourself tools including a level, drill and stud finder. The innovative mounting bracket inserts through an open cavity at the back of the shelf and allows for lateral adjustment to the desired location for ease of installation and removal.

Two new affordable sawmills
from Wood-Mizer

Interzum 2019, the leading international trade fair for furniture production and interiors, will open to visitors from 21 to 24 May 2019, in Cologne, Germany. It has already enlisted more than 1,800 exhibitors from all over the world to

The LT15 Power and LT15 Start are two saw mills from Wood-Mizer that are now available to Asian saw millers who want to boost yields, lower costs, and have dependable and durable sawmill machinery.
The LT15 Power is an extra rigidly-constructed sawmill with a new heavy-duty bed system. This sawmill is designed to be as basic, rigid and simple as possible. This sawmill is ideal for companies needing to increase their sawmilling capacity with minimal labour, lower maintenance costs, and ensure durability for the life of the machine.
It can cut logs up to 70 cm in diameter, has an 11-kW motor, electric up/down and push feed operation. Options include electronic setworks, power feed, and a debarker. In order to cut longer logs, bed extensions can be added to extend the sawmill bed to any required cutting length.
The LT15 Start is the ideal affordable sawmill for straightforward timber processing with sturdy construction and simple features. It cuts logs up to 70 cm in diameter and 5.4 m long with the standard bed. To cut longer logs, bed extensions can be added to extend the sawmill bed to any required cutting length.
The sawmill features push feed and a manual crank for repositioning the blade for the next cut. A 7.5-kW motor is standard, and 14-HP petrol engine is also available.
Due to the similarities between the two products, the LT15 Start will take the place of the LT10 as the ideal way to start sawmilling affordably and with proven quality. (