Cabinet Vision and Vortek to be Exhibited at KBIS 2015

Vero Software (Planit Solutions, Inc.) will present their Cabinet Vision design-for-manufacturing solution, a powerful system for cabinet makers, and the Vortek Experience — a new visualization tool for kitchen and bath manufacturers — at KBIS 2015. Slated to take place Jan. 20-22, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, KBIS is ...

Vortek_ExperienceVero Software (Planit Solutions, Inc.) will present their Cabinet Vision design-for-manufacturing solution, a powerful system for cabinet makers, and the Vortek Experience — a new visualization tool for kitchen and bath manufacturers — at KBIS 2015.

Slated to take place Jan. 20-22, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, KBIS is presented by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and is designed to be an inspiring experience with an interactive platform showcasing the latest industry products, trends and technologies.

KBIS attendees are encouraged to learn more about Cabinet Vision and Vortek at booth No. S3117, where demonstrations of the time-saving features in each solution will be available.

Designed as a virtual showroom, Vortek enables users to present an unlimited number of kitchen models designed within Cabinet Vision that showcase any number of realistic styles, textures and materials. The virtual tool’s personalization capabilities render complete kitchens in 1:1 perspective, empowering customers to better visualize the end result.

Taking the desires of clients into consideration, users can incorporate specific textures, finishes, walls and floors with a few simple hand gestures. Vortek is a unique presentation tool for designers and manufacturers who seek to stand out from the competition and enhance the buying experience for their customers.

Also available for Vortek is a Web-based component that assists manufacturers in enabling customers to visualize the end result by interacting with styles, textures and materials via a Web browser. Additionally, a Vortek iPad application is available for those who seek to take their visualization tools to the job site.

 

About Cabinet Vision
Part of the Vero Software Group, Cabinet Vision is a unique solution for manufacturers in the woodworking industry. Its products help enable any furniture or cabinet manufacturer to fully automate and integrate its design through improved manufacturing processes and greater efficiency. In addition to producing significant time savings, Cabinet Vision eliminates costly mistakes and increases productivity.

About Vortek
Distributed by Cabinet Vision, Vortek Experience is an innovative solution that enables kitchen and bath manufacturers to display their products to customers in an immersive, 3D virtual reality environment. Vortek is designed to help existing and potential clients better visualize the finished product, thereby accelerating the sales process.

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 sells and supports its range of products through its direct offices in the UK, Italy, France, Germany, Netherlands, USA, Brazil, India, Japan, Korea and China, and through a comprehensive global reseller network across more than 45 countries.

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.

Source: www.cabinetmakers.org