Published on : Tuesday, October 30, 2018
First up, they will examine the Leica 3D DISTO laser, one of the hottest laser products on the market today for digital templating. This one-hour long event will be led by Adam Dirig and will focus on how to use digital scans captured by the DISTO with Microvellum’s AutoCAD-based, Toolbox Software.
Microvellum has already invited their top techs to help demonstrate some new features found within their latest release and answer individual questions which will go LIVE on November 7. This fast-paced, educational episode will showcase the latest Grass hardware available within Microvellum Software, dive into the 2D part editor controls, explore the latest advancements for the CNC Auto-label placement algorithm, review the new event logging and activity tracking UI, and more.
On November 14, they be reviewing their nesting & sawing options, Scrap Management controls, and new Offal Auto-Destruction algorithm. They will have the opportunity to speak with Tyler Paskach of Eurowood Cabinets.Microvellum believes that they will learn about his company, and how they’ve adapted the Scrap Management tools into their process. “We are benefiting from the scrap management tools every day” commented Tyler. “We have experienced notable savings in materials, far reduced waste and a clean integration. If you are not yet using Scrap Management, or have questions about how to integrate it into your workflow, we encourage you to tune into this hour-long episode.” Tyler concluded.
On December 12, Microvellum will line up a special guest speaker to talk about CNC tooling. Karin Deutschler, from GDP| Guhdo, has over 30-years of experience in the tooling industry and will help our audience understand how to maximize tool life and achieve the best possible surface finish. We’ll also review the top user-submitted questions related to CNC tooling.
Microvellum has already invited Ben Brower of Stillwater Cabinetry to review his process for Kitchen & Bath Design – from the front-end design and engineering phase, to the back-end manufacturing phase on December 19. Ben is a 3rd generation contractor, business owner, and current member of the Microvellum User Advisory Board. “Microvellum is the backbone of our shop”, commented Ben. “We are a high-end, residential cabinet shop, where flexibility is key. Our Microvellum Software provides us access to customize everything.” Ben added further. Stillwater Cabinetry is a fast-growing company based in Petoskey, Michigan, projecting a 90% growth rate for 2018. If someone is serious about his process, and not content to maintain his inefficient process, Microvellum encourages him to attend this informative episode, ask questions and learn new ways to transform his business.
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