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13 October 2017


SCM, a leading company in the woodworking technology sector, will be presenting its latest technological innovations in timber construction at its production plant in Sinalunga /Siena on the 12th and 13th of October next.

These two days in Tuscany will offer a full-immersion introduction to the advances made by the Oikos and Area CNC work centers, both of which are ideal for companies working in the large-scale private, residential and public construction sector. The event is also the perfect opportunity to gain a first-hand experience of the constantly growing trend in timber construction. This is why we have called the initiative "CNC TIMBER-EVOLUTION DAYS”, as it will focus on the technological evolution that is currently revolutionizing the concept and design of tomorrow’s constructions.
The decision to go back to building in wood is a positive trend that is shared by many countries around the world. And the reasons for it are well-known: wood has anti-seismic qualities, its style and beauty are matchless and it offers environmental sustainability, high safety standards and a reasonable price.
At the same time, it is important not to overlook the fact that if timber construction is becoming more popular, it is also because of the major advances that the technology in this sector has made. And this is an area that SCM research and development has and continues to invest widely in.
Scm has placed its decade’s worth of experience in the design and production of highly evolved and flexible machining centers at the service of the building industry, to create a new standard for processing wooden structural beams and modular wall elements. As a result, two important projects are born: OIKOS, for machining structural beams and X-lam/CLT wall panels and AREA for machining walls, insulating panels and curved beams. Two different machines that share the same design concept proper of all Scm machining centers.
For more information contact Mrs Arianna Barresi:

Scm Group Spa
Via Emilia 77
I-47921 Rimini / Italy
Ph. +39 0541 700157