Lisec staff attended Glasstec exhibition in Düsseldorf, from 20 to 23 September, making use of a 1,600m² space to present its latest innovations. In addition to showcasing live machines for insulating glass production, processing and cutting, and software, the business’ trade fair space was transmitted online via a live stream and supplemented with an updated virtual campus and 3D tours.
This year, the main product areas were analytics (Lisec’s service for the successful management of production and its tool for visualising and analysing production data), the DSC-A+DSC-T horizontal cutting machine (for automatic cutting of float glass with tilting function), the KSD-A (which Lisec representatives say is currently the fastest vertical edge seaming and grinding machine, and has integrated LiTec Slider technology) and the RHF-A25/25 (a gripper system for the automatic positioning of spacer frames on glass sheets). Lisec’s solutions for laminating glass production were presented directly at the exhibition stand via virtual twins or corresponding animations.
The Lisec service area focused on the training. Lisec’s sister company, Schraml, was also represented at the Lisec booth, with its topDRILL RX-25 G8 and a vertical drilling and countersinking centre with and 8-fold turret drilling head and water jet head on display.
Lisec was also represented at Glass Build America, which took place from 18 to 20 October in Las Vegas. Technical discussions were had with customers at this 32m² Lisec stand, representatives reported.
With more than 4,000 coexhibitors presenting solutions to over 8,000 qualified trade visitors over the course of the show, the Lisec trade fair concept was especially appreciated and the newly designed booth won the award for “best-in-show”. The design concept was implemented together with cericom – a partner of Lisec. This was particularly visible in the outer windows of the booth, which were designed by laser processing.
Customers and interested parties were able to learn about the advantages of Lisec solutions via virtual concepts. They were also able to visit the premises of the training departments of Lisec and the Lisec Group member Glasctech in Hausmening via a virtual room.