LIGNA 2017: Innovative Furniture Surfaces

30.05.2017 | id:469900
OE-A explains how completely new functions using printed electronics can be integrated into surfaces, at the world's leading trade fair for the woodworking and timber processing industries.

Furniture surfaces are becoming increasingly important. Dr Klaus Hecker, Managing Director of the OE-A discusses how printed electronics plays an important role, at LIGNA 2017 TV Studio.
 
In LIGNA Journal, the following topics are being discussed:
  • How surfaces are becoming increasingly multi-faceted
  • The ever-growing number of customisation possibilities
  • How completely new functions can be integrated into surfaces

In interview: Roland Heeger, Managing Director Schattdecor; Prof Maximilian Ober, Laboratory Director for Surface Technology at the University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim; Dr Klaus Hecker, Managing Director OE-A; Eberhard Kappler, Interior Designer at spek DESIGN.
 
About LIGNA
LIGNA is the world's leading trade fair for machinery, plant and tools for the woodworking and timber processing industries. Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things, Smart Factory: These were the keynote themes of LIGNA 2017. They are the names and faces of a new generation of technologies that will empower users of all types to achieve greater efficiency and productivity and become more competitive. Held in Hannover, Germany, from 22 to 26 May, LIGNA mapped out the digitalization road ahead in all sectors of the wood industry and presented the latest technology milestones along the way.
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel
Verstraelen, Sophie Isabel