Whether you are a cabinet maker, shop fitter or an exhibition stand builder, individual design requires individual solutions. That’s where CAD+T’s extensive software solution portfolio comes in.

Presented on its largest exhibition stand to date (measuring 60m2), visitors to this year’s Holz-Handwerk were able to explore the very latest design and visualisation applications, connected CNC/Nesting manufacturing software and complete ERP systems on CAD+T’s stand. Plus, brand new cloud-based applications set to enter the European market this year.

Visitors to the four-day event could explore the software specialist’s new EOS product family for license and data management, online shop and e-commerce solutions, as well as CAD+T configurator professional. The configurator, which automatically creates engineering drawings, parts lists, price calculations and exports based on predefined parameters, was demonstrated on interactive screen during the show to highlight how it can be installed in combination with an e-commerce interface.

Also making its European exhibition debut was CAD+T’s brand new contactless parts tracking software. Using RFID technology, it detects the presence, absence and assembly stage of all parts required to fulfil an order, whilst also identifying plan deviations and measuring processes of individual production for error-free parts tracking and connected production systems.

Martina Schwarz, CEO of CAD+T adds: “After such a long period of time, Holz-Handwerk was always going to be an important exhibition for the furniture manufacturing industry and it didn’t disappoint, with high footfall and good-quality discussions taking place on our stand. It was clear that the industry hasn’t been standing still during the pandemic. It’s shifted up a gear.

“For us, it was a brilliant event to display complete software solutions for the interior design and production industry and showcase the benefits cloud-based solutions can offer the furniture manufacturing industry and we are looking forward to the next edition in 2024.”