The team at CNC Design Ltd will be exhibiting in Hall 3-Stand 3146 at FOODTECH PACKTECH and will demonstrate how a robot cell can work in water spray areas that can be cleaned and how it can clean products. The Humid Environment (HE) 6-axis robots minimise the risk of bacterial/microbiological contamination, is designed along with European Hygienic Engineering Design Group (EHEDG) guidelines and technically beats the competition by a long shot. It’s the benchmark product for open food handling or production applications. 
CNC Design is continuously looking for new and innovative products and concepts to enable New Zealand manufacturers to compete globally. To that end; 

There will also be a live demonstration of Mindsphere - an app-based industrial cloud, a “single point of truth” for production and facilities data, and a Digital twin system. (The digital twin system allows designers to simulate production conditions to fine-tune the system and allows for continuous improvement of production flows) 

CNC Design realises that stakeholders are bombarded with vendor-specific interpretations of acronyms such as Industry 4.0, Digital Twin, Edge computing and many others, without specific examples of what these technologies could mean for their business. We will provide examples of these technologies in order to explain how New Zealand businesses can benefit from these technologies. 

The Foodtech Packtech show will attract forward-thinking visitors who want to understand emerging innovative concepts and how they will be implemented in the next generation of food and beverage manufacturing equipment. 

We look forward to seeing you there.




Find out more about CNC in the run-up and during the show with our 'innovation' related blog posts.

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