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Hymmen with machinery, equipment, and process expertise for excel-lent surfaces at Ligna 2019

Machinery, equipment, and process expertise for excellent surfaces — these are the core competences of Hymmen. At the world's leading trade fair for suppliers to the wood-based materials industry — Ligna 2019 in Hanover—Hymmen will present its product range and latest developments at Stand F28 in Hall 026 from May 27 to 31, 2019.


The eye-catcher at this year's 3229-square-foot stand is set to be the ‘Roberta’ live installation. It shows how Hymmen uses state-of-the-art robotic handling equipment in the process of digital print-ing on three-dimensional objects. This development project is funded by the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the EU. Examples of products are available to take away.
Extensive media support will allow visitors to find out information about the manifold possibilities of Hymmen technologies. Be it in the traditional product areas such as double-belt presses, multi-opening presses, laminating lines, or liquid coating lines, technological innovations everywhere ensure greater efficiency, cost savings, and the expansion of customers’ product ranges. Hymmen is also constantly coming up with new developments in the latest product area of digital printing.
In addition, product samples will be shown including premium glossy surfaces (via Calander Coating Inert technology (CCI) or using high-gloss belts in the presses), as well as anti-fingerprint matt surfaces and synchronous structures (digitally via Digital Lacquer Embossing (DLE) and analogously in the press segment). The company has managed to print even particularly difficult decors (e.g., stone patterns with almost single-color surfaces) in excellent quality, in a single pass. For this purpose, Hymmen has developed the ACC (Automatic Color Calibration) software. We will be happy to show you ‘before/after examples’ at the trade fair. Of particular interest to compa-nies with digital printing needs for smaller batches is the single-plank line newly developed by Hymmen, which, in addition to demand-based capacity volumes, also offers the advantage of print-ing into the joint.
In addition to the existing JUPITER digital model series, Hymmen will present the development results of the new digital model series SATURN together with a well-known partner at Ligna 2019. SATURN is opening up a whole new range of applications for digital printing in the wood-based materials industry.
Based on decades of close cooperation with customers and their process requirements, Hymmen succeeds in developing forward-looking, cutting-edge technologies for the requirements of the wood-based materials industry. Hymmen would like to invite all interested parties to discuss the latest developments over a cup of coffee. Let yourself be surprised by Hymmen’s innovations!

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