The Erasmus+ Project MAKING4.0 : Improving Malaysian HE Knowledge towards a Wood and Furniture Industry 4.0 was disseminated at the VIIth National Furniture Congress „Polskie Meble – Konkurencyjna Polska” (“Polish Furniture – Competitive Poland”) “. The event took place on September 14, 2022, during the DREMA 2022 fair in Poznań (Poland).
The DREMA trade fair is also one of the largest events in the world for the industry of woodworking machines, tools and components for the furniture industry.
The organizer of this event was the Polish Chamber of Commerce of Furniture Manufacturers, co-organizers: Grupa MTP and Promedia Jerzy Osika, and the Strategic Partner is Alior Bank, EGGER and GTV Poland.
The Furniture Congress „Polskie Meble – Konkurencyjna Polska” (“Polish Furniture – Competitive Poland”) was an excellent opportunity to expand knowledge, obtain important industry information, but also exchange views and networking.
The Congress is one of the most important meetings of the furniture industry. Thanks to the Polish Chamber of Commerce of Furniture Manufacturers, for the opportunity to present MAKING4.0 stand and project flyers.
30 july 2022 The hardware and software (Tiertime) for running UpBox+ printer. UpBox+ printing sample design using ABS filament, cleaning up print supports. Training on hardware and software of Matter and Form 3D Scanner
Making 4.0 was promoted on WULS-SGGW days, which is a two-day event organized in May 20th/22nd by the academic community. It has always been of great interest not only to the Warsaw inhabitants, but to the high school graduates interested in studying at our university. It was a great opportunity to present the achievements of the SGGW academic staff and students, especially with the several thousands of visitors, and we had some luck to be close to the main stage 🙂
Thanks to help from TopSolution We have been able to join Meble Polska, Largest East European Furniture trade show, Held in Poznan, Poland held in Poznań from 16 to 19 May 2022. This year, amongst several thousands visitors, over 50% came from abroad.