Sveza, one of the world leaders in birch plywood production, has installed a second CNC machine at its St. Petersburg, Russia mill. The new CNC machine has programed numerical controls and a distinctive feature of the new CNC machine is its ability to perform operations with plywood of large and non-standard formats. The machine can process sheets up to 4000×1900 mm in size, up to 100 mm in thickness and up to 200 kg in weight. Denis Alekseev, Director of the St. Petersburg Mill said, “We are moving away from mass production of standard plywood parts. Our focus is on making customized solutions for our customers. At the moment, we are recording an increase in demand for the production of custom designs. Thus, we thought about strengthening the CNC section with a second production line.”
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Sveza launches new CNC machine for plywood at its St. Petersburg mill in Russia