Vero Software will introduce its new WorkPLAN family of manufacturing solutions and exhibit the latest versions of its Alphacam and Cabinet Vision software July 19-22 at AWFS® Fair 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The international AWFS Fair has become a critical hub for commerce in the woodworking industry. The fair brings together the entire home and commercial furnishings industry — including manufacturers and distributors of machinery, hardware, lumber, plastics, construction materials and other suppliers — to furniture and cabinet manufacturers, and custom woodworkers.
Visitors to the show can see the most powerful and reliable software products, used by tens of thousands of woodworkers worldwide, at the Vero Software booth, No. 4412. On exhibit will be the latest releases of the Alphacam, Cabinet Vision, and the new WorkPLAN solutions.
Alphacam is a leading CAM solution for wood, stone, composites and metal components from 2-axis through 5-axis NC programming applications. The emphasis behind the development of Alphacam is to provide our customers with productivity, reliability and flexibility.
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, and cutlists and bill of materials. Combined with the powerful Cabinet Vision Screen-to-Machine™ (S2M) Center, it can automatically create machine-ready G-Code for CNC flat table routers, point-to-point machines, panel saws, drill and dowel machines, chop saws and other specialized CNC machinery.
In addition to showing Alphacam, Cabinet Vision, and the S2M Center, Vero Software will also be unveiling a new product designed to help manage the entire shop floor, and new to the woodworking industry.
WorkPLAN a fully-scalable family of manufacturing software solutions, from project management to ERP, which enables custom manufacturers, project-based and make-to-order companies to automate and manage processes such as job costing, quotations, sales order processing, planning, quality, time, purchasing, and stock management.
Published on Thursday, July 6, 2017