In this issue: Servex shares insights during the CET Experience | Wieland´s Extension is coming soon to Configura‘s Marketplace | Waddell updates CAD symbols, Revit Families, and SketchUp for the Define Collection| EKO updates catalogs for ProjectMatrix | MRL Partnership | Christmas 3D Animation |
Our rendering of the month is this Christmas table decoration. We wish to convey our greetings on this Holiday season. See more renderings in our Rendering Gallery.
As Configura‘s implementation partner, we are committed to connecting commercial furniture manufacturers with furniture dealers creating CET Catalogs & Extensions.
Below are the extensions that we’ve recently released.
We are about to release Wieland´s Extension. Configura’s Marketplace is about to be enriched with this new CET Extension.
Check out our breakout session during this year’s CET Experience. Click Here
Discussion: The Evolution of the Specification Industry & Migration into CET Designer.
Eletronic Catalog Updates
Servex partners with Waddell, a GMi Company, to create CAD symbols, Revit Families, and SketchUp blocks for the Define Collection: specialized in intelligent Space Division and Collaborative Furniture.
White Background (Product) Renderings for E-commerce For office furniture manufacturers looking to make their mark and keep pace with leading brands in the market, it is extremely important to provide the best shopping experience for their users. In today’s highly competitive business space, where online shoppers are more empowered than ever and have hundreds of…
Photo realistic renderings (3D Visualization) as a marketing tool. Furniture manufacturers are adopting Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies as a means to compete in the actual furniture market. Manufacturers are digitizing all products generating AutoCAD models and Revit objects to participate in a BIM collaborative network to get specified earlier in projects. Furniture manufacturers & Revit (BIM) implementation result in a…
Furniture manufacturers implement Revit (BIM) as a competitive advantage. Furniture manufacturers are adopting Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies as a means to compete in the actual furniture market. Manufacturers are digitizing all products generating AutoCAD models and Revit objects to participate in a BIM collaborative network to get specified earlier in projects. Furniture manufacturers & Revit (BIM) implementation result in a…
In this issue: Servex joins the CET Experience | Uhuru’s Alta Collection in Configura’s Marketplace | Russ Bassett’s Define Consoles in Revit | Norix & ProjectMatrix | Children’s Factory simplifies space planning with ProjectMatrix | MRL Partnership |
What CET implementation is correct for you? CET Catalogs vs. CET Extensions With businesses giving more emphasis on effective online marketing of their products and services than ever, e-catalogs have risen to prominence, and more and more companies are now partnering with professionals specializing in e-catalog designing and integration for a better exhibition of their…
Computer-aided design (CAD) integration – 2020 Cap Office furniture dealers benefit from computer-aided design (CAD) programs to generate workspace layouts (design layouts) or installation drawings. These programs provide detailed specifications suitable for space planning at an accurate scale. The CAD specifications can be easily converted into purchase orders, as a result manufacturer´s furniture distribution depends on project specifications. One of…