Woodwork for Inventor V11 Launched

Covid unexpectedly invaded our lives, forcing us to close up and work from home. However, our team hasn’t lost the pace, and, as every year, we give to your judgment a new version of Woodwork for Inventor V11.

The main focus of this year’s version is to increase the speed, flexibility, and convenience of the constructor work. Big improvements have been made in BOM, Autoplot, and other fields that Woodwork for Inventor covers. Continue reading…

Influence of design chain on company competitiveness

The COVID-19 virus has severely disrupted the established world order, and major countermeasures have extremely disrupted the economy. Starting with the aviation, tourism sectors, the influence has extended to the restaurant and hotel business. Undoubtedly, this wave, as it spreads further, will reach (or have already reached) the furniture manufacturing sector as well. Continue reading…

10 common mistakes when implementing a new CAD system in the company

The main stream of a manufacturing company is product production. From material supply to delivery and assembly. This process requires a variety of information without which production simply cannot take place. Therefore, each company has a separate information flow, which feeds the production flow with all the necessary information.

With growing competition, the demands on the product flow become increasingly demanding. This, in turn, imposes requirements on the information – its full-fledged and operative nature.

One of the main sources of information for a furniture company is the CAD system. It generates information about the product itself for other main activities – supply, production, accounting, management, etc. It is impossible to overestimate the importance of CAD for all company activities. Therefore, its choice is critical not only for its immediate users – the constructors but for the whole company.

Below we will list the main mistakes made by companies when implementing the new CAD system. Continue reading…

6 LARGEST PAINS OF FURNITURE DESIGNER

Any design process is a way to express your creativity and achieve satisfaction and self-realization. Furniture design is not an exception. Nowadays, most experienced carpenters design their products on a computer before producing it. Moreover, no one is surprised that such design process takes place in 3D space. There are various CAD system on the market today, which offer a wide range of design possibilities – from universal CAD systems like SketchUp and AutoCAD to specialized for furniture design software. Working with a universal CAD system you can create a pretty decent 3D furniture model. Modeling allows clarifying the structure of your creation and how it must be produced and built. Perfect, right? At least it would be if not the following largest pains that furniture designer runs into? Continue reading…

The largest pains of furniture designer

What brings a headache for furniture designer?

Working in the furniture industry can be very interesting, dynamic and creative, but as every work, it has its lowlights. Check out our top 6 the most annoying task that furniture designers run into everyday work and here you can find an article written by our product architect Saulius with the insights on the theme. Continue reading…