WEINIG EasyScan series: The most profitable solution for wood optimization

Of all the process steps in solid wood processing, cutting offers the greatest potential for optimization. It's no wonder that many companies are starting here to make their production lines more efficient. The use of scanner technology plays a key role with this. Defect detection using cameras and lasers is the most efficient tool in the competition for the highest productivity, the best quality, and the shortest delivery times. Speed and accuracy are the scanners strongest assets.

This results in higher added value, consistently high product quality and more profit. In larger companies, the scanner has therefore long been an integral part of the cutting system and has replaced manual workpiece inspection. Smaller companies, on the other hand, sometimes find it difficult to take the step into the digital age of manufacturing. There are reservations, especially when it comes to cost-benefit considerations. The new EasyScan & EasyScan Lite are now set to dispel any remaining reservations.

All machines

WEINIG EasyScan C

WEINIG EasyScan

Artificial intelligence and many options even in the entry-level segment

  • Increased recovery since the detection accuracy of the scanner is far superior to manual marking
  • Reduced labor costs, since labor-intensive manual marking is dispensed with
  • More flexible production since many different qualities and products can be produced at the same time
  • High productivity thanks to automated defect detection
Detail page  EasyScan

WEINIG EasyScan Lite C

WEINIG EasyScan

The entry-level scanner with artificial intelligence

  • Increased recovery since the detection accuracy of the scanner is far superior to manual marking
  • Reduced labor costs, since labor-intensive manual marking is dispensed with
  • More flexible production since many different qualities and products can be produced at the same time
  • High productivity thanks to automated defect detection
Detail page  EasyScan Lite C

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