Marmo+Mac 2019 – 25/28 September
ADI – Padiglione 7 Stand E6
Surfaces Group attracted considerable interest at the Verona trade fair with its ADI brand. The stand drew a significant international presence “We had a large number of foreign visitors, confirming the importance of an event that is among the word’s top trade fairs in the sector” according to the ADI Stone Division spokesperson. “We met all our dealers from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. We also received considerable interest from emerging and developing markets including, among others, Estonia, Russia, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Greece”.
ADI presented several major new products. Focus on the Technologies sector with the world premier launch of ADI ZERO powered by ZOLLER: a machine that measures tools, making it possible to speed up the CNC machine pre-setting process. The operator normally takes between 3 and 5 hours to prepare a complete set of profiling tools. With this revolutionary ADI ZERO technology, the operator can perform the setting procedure in no more than 20 minutes.
With regard to the FAB LAB Division dedicated to serving fab shops, the company presented the new Magnifica 2.0 end mill, evolution of the prior “Magnifica”, which responds to the latest market demands and features 4 pairs of diamond sectors for more durability and speed. The tool is universal and can be used on all materials: marble, granite, compact stones and quartz-resin engineered stone. The entire product range has been restyled and upgraded in terms of performance to meet the demand for faster processing speeds of CNC systems.
In addition, the inclusion of a QR code on the profile wheel simplifies traceability of the full range of tool history information (when it was sold, to whom, number of reprofilings and metres worked).
The PLANT division, which designs and produces tools for calibrating and polishing engineered stone, presented the latest new products from our Stone R&D division: brushes and spongeswith a range of different abrasive charges, new metal alloys for fickerts and calibrating rollers, plus new shapes with advanced geometries for resin-bonded fickerts. All these changes are designed to extend the range of application and boost performance on all types of engineered quartz.