Biesse is the Group's business unit specialising in the woodworking segment.
Since 1969, it has designed, manufactured and marketed a comprehensive
range of technologies and solutions for joiners and large furniture,
windows, doors and wood building components manufacturers.
In recent years, it has also been active in the plastic processing
machinery sector, developing ad-hoc solutions for a growing market.
Who are we?
Striving for continuous improvement means investing on all elements that support innovation on an ongoing basis.
We innovate in order to achieve process, product and service excellence.
Biesse's key distinctive technology solutions include:
- 5-axis operating unit with HSD electrospindle that supports the processing of components with complex geometries
- Air Force System, the panel edgebanding device that guarantees an unparalleled finish quality
- Twin Pusher, a patent exclusive to all Biesse beamsaws that enables optimal management of manufacturing peaks
- the bSuite software package, that enables operators without specific IT skills to get the best from the Group's machines.
Control and rigour
Each machine undergoes on average 160 checks during
the assembly stage in order to simulate the most challenging working
conditions, and is also subject to a rigorous final proof test.
Each base has a tolerance of 2 hundredths of millimetre per linear meter.
In this way, apart from guaranteeing the quality of carpentry, it is
possible to eliminate the need for any remedial work during the
assembly phase, which would inevitably delay the machine's delivery.
The implementation of effective knowledge-sharing and technical/sales
support, combined with a continuous training process, has enabled us to
consolidate our partnership over the years with what is
nowadays recognised as the best distribution network in the wood
Events and on demand demonstrations
18,000 m2 of showrooms worldwide to get to know Biesse first-hand and test the potential of Biesse and Intermac machines.
7,000 demos per year and a team of specialised
technicians provide customers the possibility of testing the machines
based on their production needs and of using the raw materials that will
actually be employed in their manufacturing processes.