Microvellum to present innovative solutions at AWFS
Published on : Monday, July 8, 2019
Technology builders for the woodworking sector, Microvellum is gearing up to unveil new ideas and innovations at the America’s largest woodworking industry fair at Las Vegas. They will be at AWFS to expand their network and strengthen connections with the customers across the world.
The new software will reduce the user’s stress, by assisting in reducing the designing time of the project. The innovative and exciting trade event of the woodworking industry scheduled in America from July 17th is going to be bigger and better than ever. At the Booth #4840 AWFS will be crowded with a variety of products, equipment, tools as well as solutions for improving business in the domain.
Key features and
the way it functions:
With the help of a fully data-driven platform the users enjoy a complete solution for wood product design to manufacturing.
The open architecture platform contains all the data related to project materials, quantities, and costs for sheet stock, solid stock, buyout materials, edgebanding, and hardware.
The new software from Microvellum, is upgraded with advanced visibility to accelerate functionality and reduce the time and labor costs for machining, edgebanding, product assembly, product handling, shipping, and installation to help the user in predicting how long the products will take to run through production.
This platform will also give you accurate machine cycle times for panel cutting, routing, drilling, and part labeling.
This software will also inform about the exact number and price of every screw, dowel, and cam inform the required duration needed to complete the task.
During shipping, it even help in identifying how long it will take to load the truck and even give the total volume for trucking.
Visitors will get the rare opportunity of enjoying hands-on experience of Microvellum’s Latest Technology & Meet the Team and take advantage of this unique opportunity to see Microvellum latest technology unveiled and get a sneak peak at new tools for design, engineering, and production.