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Microvellum to Reveal New Drafting, Modeling & Analyzation Technology at IWF

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Central Point, Oregon – July 19, 2018 – Microvellum Software, a leading software development company, specializing in AutoCAD-based CAD/CAM/CIM technologies, today announced they will be revealing new technology to streamline the process of designing, detailing and engineering custom products for residential and commercial cabinet makers.

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“The process of engineering fixtures, architectural millwork and custom diewalls can be time consuming and sometimes complicated. We get it. So, we created a solution that simplifies and automates the process of designing, detailing, engineering, and producing the manufacturing data for these products…” says David Fairbanks, President of Microvellum Software.

At IWF 2018, Microvellum will reveal the latest advancements in their drafting, detailing, solid modeling, and analyzation technology – developed to streamline the entire process of custom product development and documentation. From the communication and collaboration with the architect, prototyping, and detailing phase to the shop floor, users are will have new tools coming their way.

“Our team has been hard at work refining workflows, improving the speed and capability of these tools.” continued Fairbanks. “…we’ve been getting a lot of great ideas and feedback from our customers, helping making this latest release one of the best yet. Whether you are producing residential cabinetry or work in the commercial sector, we’ll be showcasing some great time saving tools at IWF.”

Microvellum’s Solid Modeling & Analyzation Tools work with their AutoCAD-based Software, Toolbox. The analyzer engine is capable of analyzing 3D models from Autodesk Inventor®, Solid Works®SketchUp Pro®Rhino3D® and other solid modeling applications.

To learn more about Microvellum’s solid modeling, and analyzation technology, visit:

Addition information about Microvellum’s drafting, detailing, and other advancements will be revealed at IWF 2018, booth #4666.