Cabinet Vision at Ultimate Manufacturing Technologies Open House Dec. 1, Tempe, Ariz.
November 23, 2016 | 3:08 pm CST
TEMPE, Ariz. - Cabinet Vision and its range of capabilities will be featured Dec. 1 at an open house hosted by Ultimate Manufacturing Technologies, a Tempe, Ariz., company that specializes in matching customers with the ideal machinery for their wood, plastics, metal, composites and other manufacturing needs.
The agenda for the one-day event will cover various Cabinet Vision topics, such as user basics and custom cabinet modifications, nested-based machining, MDF door setup, MDF door machining, Cabinet Vision Screen-to-Machine™(S2M) functionality, nesting and machining parts imported into the S2M Center, and much more.
Participants will also be given the opportunity to ask questions and enjoy valuable face time with Cabinet Vision experts, as well as to network with peers.
The open house will also feature demonstrations of how Cabinet Vision can be paired with a STRATOS nesting CNC router, by Anderson Group America, to reduce material waste and error.
Please visit www.cabinetvision.com/events/ultimate-manufacturing-open-house to register for the open house.
Part of the Vero Software Group, Cabinet Vision is a unique solution for manufacturers in the woodworking industry. Its products help enable any furniture or cabinet manufacturer to fully automate and integrate its design through improved manufacturing processes and greater efficiency. In addition to producing significant time savings, Cabinet Vision eliminates costly mistakes and increases productivity.
Headquartered in England, Vero Software designs, develops, and supplies CAD/CAM/CAE software radically enhancing the efficiency of design and manufacturing processes, providing its customers with exceptional value through high productivity gains and significantly reducing time to market. Vero is part of Hexagon (Nordic exchange: HEXA B), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive quality and productivity across geospatial and industrial enterprise applications.
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