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The new DYNESTIC 7535 CNC with 5-axis cutting spindle and a 2,200 mm deep grid table is the flagship of HOLZ-HER’s nesting series.
A lot of future and over 20 exhibits in live demos. If you can, you should plan to visit us in Milan. We look forward to seeing you soon! Here are the facts in brief for everyone. ...
Laser support for perfect cutting - nothing is faster or simpler!
HOLZ-HER Systems is the new competency center for futuristic solutions in machining derived timber products.
In addition to optimized adaptation of panel and edging decor, the quality of the edging plays an immensely important role for furniture construction and interior fittings. On the...
The new Zentrex 6215 demonstrates the highly stable machine construction you expect from HOLZ-HER. Unique on the market: The high quality linear guide technology installed on all...
The symbolic groundbreaking ceremony on the Holz-Her production facility in Voitsberg, Austria, signaled the start of an ambitious forward-looking project. The 22,000 m2 site of...
CNC machining without any programming – that’s the way to build furniture today!
Sophisticated cutting precision in minimum space
High-tech PUR gluing equipment is the starting point for high-quality furniture production!
2,500 wanted to have it – but there is only one winner.
Intelligent, networked systems play a central role in the efficiency of your production. In the W4.0 digital standard, the WEINIG Group offers you targeted solutions that place the...
The new HOLZ-HER nesting models ensure perfect nesting results with intelligent nesting technology.
The WEINIG Group presented its complete offering for solid wood processing at its international in-house trade fair from 8 to 10 November over an area of more than 4,000 sqm.
HOLZ-HER's award-winning Infrared Technology LTronic is the solution.
The WEINIG Group enjoyed outstanding results at the well-attended leading North American trade fair in Atlanta.