CABINET VISION Design-to-Manufacturing Software to be Exhibited March 11-13 at Wood Pro Expo and Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo 2020
CABINET VISION production software helps woodworkers efficiently transition from design to production
The latest version of the robust CABINET VISION design-to-manufacturing solution will be exhibited March 11-13 at Wood Pro Expo and Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo 2020, dual woodworking industry events co-located at the Arlington Expo Center in Arlington, Texas.
Wood Pro Expo features a full day of education and tours followed by two days that focus on equipment and supplies for small-to-medium sized shops. The Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo features a full-day conference, plant tour, and exposition, and is designed for home-remodeling professionals who specialize in building kitchen cabinets, closets, and other home-storage projects.
Attendees can learn more about CABINET VISION Version 12 at Booth No. 219, where demonstrations of the software’s time-saving tools will take place.
The latest version of CABINET VISION design-to-manufacturing software for woodworkers delivers greater control and flexibility for the machining of part connections, empowering users to better automate and manage every aspect of production.
CABINET VISION Version 12 features an all-new connection manager that delivers complete control over the machining that occurs where two parts meet by enabling users to easily define and automate those connections. For instance, if a dado with pre-drills or fixed position-dowels with RTA fittings are needed, the connection manager provides the tools needed to define those specific operations, and many more.
This latest version also features a completely redesigned CABINET VISION Assembly Manager, which is utilized by engineers to specify construction methods and standardize the production of their products. In version 12, the assembly manager offers increased flexibility, including the ability to select connections per part, and an enhanced, user-friendly interface.
The new connection manager, along with the ability to assign connections in the CABINET VISION assembly manager, delivers unparalleled flexibility for defining and automating construction methods. This development offers greater control over every aspect of connection machining while maintaining both ease of use and part quality.