With more than 40 years of experience in the ceramic industry, Tyrolit can boast detailed knowledge of the finishing, end-of-line and cutting processes.
The Ferro R&D department has developed two series of inks which are compatible with all printheads currently used by OEMs.
Energy saving and energy efficiency are amongst the most important and topical issues for the ceramic sector. The Tecnema automatic dry squaring line transforms these aspects into added value and stands as the industry benchmark for energy saving.
At Cersaie 2017, Esmalglass-Itaca is presenting a complete range of water-based glazes and engobes for digital application.
To monitor data flows in LB plants and interpret them in real time, LB has partnered with innovative start-up AST4 to develop PLUS, a software compatible with Industry 4.0 production systems.
"Big data" and advanced analyses, the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, robotics and artificial intelligence are ushering in a scenario of distributed innovation that will increasingly accompany the evolution of processes towards maximum efficiency.
B&T NOSTOP and the Service division are able to offer an extensive package of services for companies operating in the ceramic industry.
Robatech has applied principles of Industry 4.0 to its hotmelt gluing systems, opening up new frontiers in smart innovation.
The latest systems designed by Kaeser Compressori in accordance with Industry 4.0 principles deliver energy savings of more than 20% and the ability to constantly monitor compressed air production and consumption.
H.E.R.E. is a new set of software solutions developed by Sacmi designed to interconnect production processes, allowing for supervision and information exchange with networked machines.
Prime, the new software platform developed by System, is capable of controlling the production capacity of complete factories and optimising the quality of control processes and standardisation of information received from plants.