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South Yarmouth, MA, July 22, 2017—Custom cabinet and closet design software often has designers scrambling to figure out instructions for CNC machines, forcing them to think ahead to manufacturing while they are trying to focus on design. KCD enables designers to design without worrying about instructions for the CNC machine or its operator, with:

·      Embedded intelligence that automatically assembles the cut list for the CNC machine

·      Automatic confirmation that instructions and measurements are consistent, accurate and realistic.

            The automatic assembly of a cut list right from the designer’s design eliminates several major hassles for custom cabinet and closet makers. As KCD Software owner and developer John Murphy explains, “Let’s say you want to design a line of cabinets with one finished side. With KCD Software, you don’t have to interrupt the design phase to set up elaborate CNC instructions. The software automatically understands the design and creates a cut list with one finished side.”

            In many custom cabinet and closet shops, several people may handle different stages of a single project or one person may be expected to expertly handle every stage. KCD Software makes sure that communications are clear from designer to CNC operator and makes up for a lack of experience in CNC manufacturing by automatically checking both the original measurements and the CNC instructions. KCD Software confirms that both measurements and instructions are consistent, accurate and realistic, helping to ensure that orders are executed correctly from design through manufacturing.

            KCD Software is an award-winning manufacturer of custom software designed to facilitate woodworkers, designers, builders, and renovators of cabinetry and closets. For more information, visit our website at



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