LAS VEGAS - ETemplate Systems will showing E-Laser Xpress, its 3D digital measuring system with Measure Manager software, that measures kitchens, then feeds data to Cabinet Vision, 2020 Design, KCD, Microvellum, as well as DXF and other design and production software.  

ETemplate Systems will be exhibiting at  KBIS 2016  January 19-21, 2016, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, in Booth # S6090.
 
The unique capabilities and intelligent processes of ELaser allow users to  measure new construction and remodels. For example, the system automatically creates accurate corners and edges without having to remove obstructions that may otherwise block a measure.  Its full 3D measuring capability enables detailed measuring of open spaces and outputs directly to Cabinet Vision, 2020 Design, KCD, Pro Kitchen, Microvellum, as well as DXF, DWG, or IGS compatible software.

Measuring a space in 3D for export to compatible kitchen design software expedites the process by capturing accurate and detailed measurements of plumb, level, curves and angles, windows and doors, electrical, and plumbing locations. Custom links to your kitchen and bath design software allows direct import of accurately measured space details for complete design and rendering of the project. No manual measuring or CAD data entry required.

For countertop templating, Measure Manager includes automatic features that auto-draws cabinet edge, overhangs, corner radii, and backsplashes to specifications as measurements are taken. It scribes the wall (with auto offset if desired), auto-calculates linear and square footage, and provides flexibility to modify the design after measurements are complete.  No CAD experience necessary.

ETemplate Systems is a division of Tri-Tech Solutions, Inc., founded in 1999, is located in Raleigh, NC.  It specializes in the research and development of 3D digital measuring systems for the construction industry and markets its products internationally.

www.ETemplateSystem.com
 

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