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With autokitchen 18 PRO kitchen and bedroom design software’ great images are only part of the story…


O


ur story started 32 years ago when we wrote our very first kitchen


design programme. At that time like other CAD companies, it was a new technology based on writing manufacturers catalogues (boxes as they became known) and dragging them into a floor plan. However, a sizable section of the market did


not resell modular manufacturers furniture ranges, they instead made bespoke cabinets and offered a top-end design service working with their client’s ideas and incorporating features they wanted to see. In 1998, we entered into the first-ever OEM development agreement with Autodesk to use their well-proven and market-leading AutoCAD® platform which was, and still is, used by the world’s top designers and architects to produce the first and only AutoCAD® OEM kitchen design programme. This gave our users a high-quality platform and


two main additional features; the first to be able to open and work with architects plan files, and second to be able to import native model files from the appliance and accessory suppliers and manufacturers. This makes collaboration easier and much preferred by all. The next point of difference was to build


suppliers kitchen and bedroom catalogues, and also to go one further and include all of the panel components within the cabinet model so that a cut-list could be produced for those companies who bought doors but made their own cabinets. We then produced a set of lay-on, in-frame and handless catalogues with over 4200 cabinets in each and all of their components, but with the


additional ability to fully modify them and set up a method of construction to accommodate the truly bespoke designers and manufacturers.


Managing and manufacturing We have introduced even more functionality into autokitchen PRO. You have the tools to create your own cabinet catalogues and also have a dedicated construction method with your own codes and prices for costing with quoting included in the estimate 6 module. It also links to CNC manufacturing, whether it is to an optimizer or nesting programme, and in conjunction with one of our partner companies, we can supply a full design - job management - nesting and post- processing solution for larger companies.


New Features We have introduced a new modern angled cabinet configuration tool to produce cabinets with pin sharp angles like in the image below.


A new sliding wardrobe builder comes as


standard and to complement autokitchen PRO’s 360 Panoramic view feature we offer a hosting service to use in conjunction with 3D Goggles.


Rendering Do we need to say more except that all images as shown on our website and editorials like this one has been produced in autokitchen PRO in just a few minutes and have not been enhanced in Photoshop as we know some others have? For further information about the software,


prices and our leasing and rental plans please contact us.


A new sliding wardrobe builder comes as standard and to complement autokitchen PRO’s 360 Panoramic view feature we offer a hosting service to use in conjunction with 3D Goggles.


0333 222 4004 01923 777707 email: info@autokitchen.co.ukwww.autokitchen.co.uk


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