If you are contemplating investing in waterjet technology you might want to visit the Intermac stands at Marmomacc, where you will be able to see live demonstrations of the Primus waterjet cutting systems.
There will also be multi-function workcentres, the Master 30 and Master 33 Plus, and the universal workcentre, the Master 850, in action. And you can catch up with the latest software developments by attending software demonstrations of the innovative bSolid system.
Besides the technology, the Intermac stand will display top level examples of work by reference customers – and if you think you are getting the most from your workcentre this might just make you think again and open your eyes to the full potential of the solutions offered by Intermac.
If you are using the latest sintered engineered stones, or are thinking of exploring the opportunities they might offer, there will also be a focus on how best to work them by Intermac in collaboration with Dekton, Silestone and Laminam. The latest dedicated tools for working the products will be on show and there will be technical discussions and live demonstrations.
And in the Italian Stone Theatre in Hall 1 at Verona, there will be a sculpture called ‘Bicefalo’ made on the big Intermac Master 850 by the firm Fontanelli Marmi. Intermac says it offers “indisputable proof of the potential and possibilities that are achievable through the use of Intermac technology”.