Cugher chose Vitrum to present Project 4×4.0, a joint venture established with Triulzi Special Equipments, Iocco Group and Mappi International
At the recently-held Vitrum event, Cugher took part in an important joint venture established with Triulzi Special Equipments, Iocco Group and Mappi International, to provide the market with a complete fully automatic printing line of high technological content.
Cugher chose Vitrum to present Project 4×4.0, a joint venture established with Triulzi Special Equipments, Iocco Group and Mappi International, dedicated to operators of the glass world and able to provide the market with a complete fully automatic printing line of high technological content. Trilulzi provides the washing machines, Cugher provides printing machines, quality control systems and dryers, Iocco provides the anthropomorphic robots for handling the glass sheets, whilst Mappi provides the tempering furnaces. At Vitrum, the four companies exhibited together on a 750m-wide booth, with a line dedicated to the Home Appliance sector, thus providing visitors with the opportunity to see printing demos that were performed hourly.
The project is part of the Industry 4.0 scenario, characterized by the ever-widespread use of interconnected and Internet-based smart machines that rely on the continuous flow of information between physical and digital systems to adapt production in real time. The goal of this technological revolution is to optimize and streamline the production processes, support industrial innovation, promote business cooperation between companies through advanced planning techniques, integrated management of network logistics and interaction of information systems.
The printing line for Project 4×4.0 perfectly responds to the prerogatives required by the protocol. Cugher’s team supported visitors during demos and led them through the various printing processes, analyzing the utilities and key strengths of Cugher equipment, which add value to production thanks to machine automation, easy usage for operators, ‘Industry 4.0 Interconnectivity, Vision Systems for controlling finished product quality.
Barbara Mazza, General Manager of Cugher, sets the Italian Fair within the international industrial scenario by commenting: “Having a trade show focused on Made in Italy certainly increases the value of our position on the international market. Italy has a strong industrial and technological background and our machinery is the example. At Cugher we are side by side with our customers: we are the ideal partner to develop new solutions to solve possible problems regarding production issues related to the quality of the finished product and the optimization of production costs.”