Furniture design software

4 signs you should upgrade your furniture design software

Lots of woodworkers loves their tools, which they use for design of furniture. They are comfortable using it, they know how it works and they know the flaws software has and workarounds to correct those flaws. What else would you need, right? Well, that is not the way anymore. Although your software doe’s whatever it suppose to do, that doesn’t mean the same job couldn’t be done better, faster, easier. Just imagine if there would be a machine, which could transport you from one place to other in seconds. You could move from home to work and backwards, to shop, to pick up kids from school in seconds. Would you still want to go back to your car and spend hours in traffic jams, instead of dedicating this time for family, work or just yourself? Not so much, ha? The same rule works for design software, while the old ways still works – it’s not the best anymore. So check out these 4 signs and decide if it’s time for you to upgrade your furniture design software: Continue reading…

The design process automation and CAD flexibility dilemma

 

The discussion provided below first and foremost focuses on a furniture design process.

When selecting a CAD system, comparisons are first made between the features offered by them. Features define “what the system does” and, based on the presence or absence of those features, we can make comparisons between the systems and test their suitability for addressing the tasks at hand. Continue reading…