Microvellum new estimating and project costing tools at AWFS Fair
July 3, 2019 | 2:08 pm UTC
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LAS VEGAS – Microvellum Software will be exhibiting estimating, design, engineering, and production platforms for wood product manufacturing in booth #4840 at AWFS on July 17-20, 2019.

Microvellum’s latest software release includes new features for scrap management, post-processing, an improved solid model analyzation engine, and more user experience enhancements.

Microvellum will introduce its new estimating and project costing tools at AWFS. The new estimating software allows users to pull project data from a unified SQL database,  reporting on every aspect of the project in one place, on one platform.

The company offers a fully data-driven platform that contains all the information for project material quantities and costs such as sheet stock, solid stock, buyout materials, edgbanding, and hardware.

The added functionality for estimating will provide users the ability to get accurate time and costs of labor for machining, edgebanding, product assembly, hardware assembly, product handling, shipping, and installation.

Users of the system can also predict machine cycle times for panel cutting, routing, drilling, and part labeling. The Microvellum Platform will also keep track of how long it will take for part assembly, part handling, and hardware assembly. The exact number of screws, dowels, and cams are also kept track of and users will know how long they will take to put in.

Visitors to AWFS can also learn about Microvellum’s new office furniture product library, containing hundreds of new manufacturable products. See http://www.microvellum.com.

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