GLOUCESTERSHIRE, UK, Apr 27, 2015 – Cabinet Vision users say a number of seminars around the UK have been invaluable in showing them how to use the flagship new functions in what is described as the “biggest ever” update of the software.
“Cabinet Vision is now a very different piece of software, as users can put models into the system and operations into materials, for the first time, all of which can be shown graphically. This is one of the biggest releases ever, and, as such, we planned these seminars to show customers how to use the new features, so they can get the very best from their software investment.”
A point echoed by designer Ruth Lovelock, who attended a seminar with two of her colleagues from bespoke furniture and architectural joinery company Hetherington Newman. “We can see today how to utilise the new functionality to make our lives easier and work more efficiently.” Once a survey has been completed, and after establishing the kitchen design from an empty floor plan, they add the cabinets into Cabinet Vision.
For sole trader Glyn Burgreave, the software’s powerful rendering feature is a vital part of his sales process. “While flat drawings of elevations are important, customers love seeing a 3D image of how their cabinets will look in situ. The better the render, the greater chance I’ll get the job. It gives a real Wow factor.”
Dave Roberts explained to delegates how to import 3D Sketchup and 3D DXF models. “This gives the functionality to apply all the associated operations to the model and provide accurate visuals to complement the already accurate machining data.
“V9 also sees a major improvement to the material database, giving greater flexibility in organising materials. Woodworkers can now create material categories and sub categories, and carry out quick material searches. The improved user interface is more in line with Windows Explorer, making it easier to manage and maintain the material database.”
Delegates also learned how to generate faster reports, thanks to the Integrated Reporting Engine, which has replaced the standard version….along with understanding 43 new bid methods; how a New Connect Tool creates a 0” fillet; how the CAM editor can reverse toolpaths on operations such as circles, arcs and lines; and a new utility for defining molding profiles.
Part of the Vero Software Group, Cabinet Vision is a leading woodwork CAD/CAM solution providing productivity, reliability and flexibility. Vero has direct offices in the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Japan, USA, Brazil, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Spain and India supplying products to more than 45 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and reseller network.
About Vero Software
Headquartered in England, Vero Software designs, develops, and supplies CAD/CAM/CAE software radically enhancing the efficiency of design and manufacturing processes, providing its customers with exceptional value through high productivity gains and significantly reducing time to market. The company’s world-renowned brands include Alphacam, Cabinet Vision, Edgecam, Machining STRATEGIST, PEPS, Radan, SMIRT, SURFCAM, WorkNC and VISI, along with the production control MRP system Javelin. Despite the diversity of application, these solutions have one thing in common: they all address the rising challenges of achieving manufacturing efficiencies and bring huge value to the operations in which they are deployed.
Vero has direct offices in the UK, Germany, Italy, France, Japan, USA, Brazil, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Spain and India supplying products to more than 45 countries through its wholly owned subsidiaries and reseller network.
Vero is part of Hexagon (Nordic exchange: HEXA B), a leading global provider of design, measurement and visualization technologies that enable customers to design, measure and position objects, and process and present data.
For more information, please visit www.verosoftware.com.