WIXOM, MI - Cabinet Vision and Alphacam, the woodworking industry’s leading design for manufacturing software tools, will provide visitors to AWFS 2013 multiple opportunities to learn about the future of CAD/CAM technology. Visitors to booth #4413 can view the latest releases of Cabinet Vision and Alphacam.
Cabinet Vision is the most widely used design for manufacturing software capable of custom cabinet and room design, photo realistic renderings, material optimization, bidding and costing, cut lists and bill of materials. Alphacam is the leading CAM solution for wood, stone and composite components, providing 2-axis through 5-axis programming.
Cabinet Vision has been chosen as the exclusive software partner of smartSHOP, a fully operational cabinet shop on the exhibit floor, due to its unique ability to quickly modify cabinets on screen and reliably drive multiple types of CNC machinery simultaneously. smartSHOP will showcase “Simplicity in Automation for the Small Shop” while producing product for a local charity during free, mini-start demos throughout the day. Cabinet Vision, will demonstrate LIVE how jobs are sent directly from the software to be machined on an SCM Pratix N15, Omal Zelox, and Tigerstop Chop Saw.
Meet The Cabinet Vision Guy
The Cabinet Vision Guy, a popular video podcaster, will be present at booth #4413 to give presentations focusing on how to get the most out of Cabinet Vision software technology. He will also be spending one-on-one time with attendees to answer their questions and recording a live episode of his popular video podcast from the show floor.
About AWFS Fair
The full-scale international AWFS®Fair, scheduled for Wednesday - Saturday, July 24 - 27, 2013 in Las Vegas, has become a critical hub for international commerce in the woodworking industry. The AWFS®Fair brings together the entire home and commercial furnishings industry, including manufacturers and distributors of machinery, hardware, lumber, construction materials and other suppliers to the furniture, cabinet manufacturers and custom woodworkers.
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