Intermac America & Canada to Showcase Newest Technologies at Inside Event

Intermac America & Canada to Showcase Newest Technologies at Inside Event

Charlotte, North Carolina – Intermac America invites you to join us April 19-20 for our Spring 2018 Inside Intermac event at the 23,000 sq ft showroom in Charlotte.

Intermac’s Master 38.5 5-Axis CNC, Donatoni’s Jet 625, Montresor’s Luna 7.4 (making its North American debut at the Inside Intermac event!) and Intermac’s Genius cutting table will all be under power and ready to demo. You will also experience the unrivaled performance and reliability of Diamut tooling inside our demo area and discover the synergies between our industry-leading technologies.

  • Montresor’s edge polishing machines of the Luna Series are simple, easy-to-use and innovative for the production of all kinds of profiles on slab thicknesses up to 2.5 inches (60 mm). The Luna 7.4’s very simple tilting movement system greatly reduces maintenance costs and electrical power consumption. The conveyor belt runs over heavy duty-resistant stainless steel tracks precisely guiding special mechanical pressure rollers. The Luna 7.4 can also be used to produce backsplash. 


  • The Master 38.5 is perfect for a wide range of stone fabrication including three-dimensional works and cup wheel polishing of edges at 90 degrees, a critical component in the production of square corner sinks. The 38.5 provides optimum drilling, cutting and shaping capabilities, and with standard 53-tool capability, there is also an option for six on the head to increase efficiency. The 5-axis comes in a plus version with the Z axis extending 650 mm, allowing for the production of multiple sinks from one full block of marble or granite. Additional features include a low table and recycling system for water.


  • Genius – The Genius Series of cutting tables set the standard for ceramics material. Windows based PC controls allow remote troubleshooting for all aspects of machine functions and optical readers are just a few of the numerous features the Genius contains. A high-tech operating head, fitted with an automatic cutting pressure control system, controls wheel pressure from the very beginning to the end, automatically adjusting the pressure according to the geometry of the cutting path.


  • Donatoni Jet 625 features cutting-edge technology with an intelligent system of work management and user friendly software interface. The 625 is the ultimate technology for miter cuts and comes standard with the “Vacuum 2” system, slab thickness measuring probe, blade pre-setter and tilting table. Slabsmith is now fully integrated and functional with Donatoni’s Parametric software for use on Donatoni bridge saws.

On April 19, as part of Inside Intermac, attendees can experience Innovations in Cabinets & Countertops, a special seminar comparing manufacturing techniques for cabinet nesting with the traditional cut, band and bore production method along with granite countertop fabrication. Combining the expertise of our wood and stone divisions, Biesse and Intermac/Diamut will deliver a comprehensive look into the manufacturing challenges faced by both industry segments.

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