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…

Furniture modeling

Building furniture model in 3D layout. Challenge no. 1

 

Furniture design can be categorized by many criteria – furniture type, materials, tools used for manufacturing, etc. In this article, we’ll look at the challenges faced by companies that deal with projects or bespoke production.

 

In serial production, the context is not something that must be considered. When designing a table for mass production designer solve ergonomic and technological questions of furniture. The placement and adjustment for specific premises questions are left for the user. Working with projects or bespoke production is the opposite of mass production. The designer is responsible not only for the design itself but for furniture integration in the specific interior as well.  Wall closets, kitchens, shops, ships – only a few from many typical situations when furniture designer MUST know where this furniture will be placed. Continue reading…

Amazing furniture design. Entero Ltd.

 

Today we will present you a story and amazing designs of our clients from Serbia – company called Entero. This company has a very deep tradition and culture. One of the values they believe in is that “The quality of our crafts and work today needs to be bigger and better than the quality of our service yesterday.” It shows how they are trying to improve on everyday basis and it’s very impressive. Continue reading…

Woodwork for Inventor webinar in UK

April 24th, 2017 Woodwork for Inventor webinar in UK

Our team is very glad to share with you a perfect Woodwork for Inventor webinar (do follow link please) made by Graitec Ltd. (UK). Here you’ll get an insight into how Woodwork for Inventor (W4I) plug-in speed up the design process and automate key processes for your designs.  Continue reading…

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…

Criteria for the selection of furniture design software

When choosing furniture design software, furniture manufacturing companies typically consider several alternatives. Unfortunately, the decision to choose one over another software system is often based on price and what program the company’s construction designers already know how to use. These two aspects are undoubtedly important, however, giving no thought to other criteria means that the likelihood of picking software that is less than optimal is very great. Continue reading…