How to Design a Cabinet and Add to the Job in Cut Ready

How to Design a Cabinet and Add to the Job in Cut Ready

Learn how quick and easy it is to design and customize a cabinet in Cut Ready. Just select what you want and Cut Ready will make it!

Jody Wilmes (Cut Ready Product Manager), walks viewers through the process of designing a cabinet, modifying its parameters (size, material, etc), and then adding it to the job.

Cut Ready makes this process simple and walks you through each step of the way. If you are ever unsure, simply press a button and a video will play showing you exactly what to do next.

This is the third in a series of videos featuring the Cut Center. In the next video, viewers will see how easy it is to machine out the cabinet and print and apply labels on the Cut Center.

After this first series of Info Spot videos, more will follow, giving customers the same insight for our entire line of machinery.

More Info: http://blog.thermwood.com/how-to-design-a-cabinet-and-add-to-the-job-in-cutready-1

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