Cabinet Vision and ELaser customers can now enjoy tighter integration from measurement to design by utilizing a new data link that allows field measurements to be directly imported into Cabinet Vision Solid, according to the software provider.
ELaser, a self-leveling 3-D laser measurement system developed by ETemplate Systems, allows users to quickly and accurately measure nearly any job site. With a fully rotational laser head, the system measures in full 3-D and up to a 160-foot radius, recording as-built measurements in minutes.
The new data link from ETemplate Systems’ ELaser allows those measurements, including the definitions of walls, doors, windows, outlets, and other features, to be seamlessly imported into Cabinet Vision Solid, utilizing Cabinet Vision’s native ORD file format, according to Cabinet Vision.
“ELaser outputs an ORD file, which contains all the data Cabinet Vision needs to create a floor plan. This eliminates the need for transcribing and therefore reduces data-entry errors. The layout is already there. This reduces the time it takes to create initial designs, and the increased accuracy also means quicker and smoother installation,” Cabinet Vision product manager Chip Martin said in a statement.
“Because the ELaser system measures ‘as built’ conditions, including how level the floor and ceiling are, as well as how plumb the walls are, our customers can ensure that there are far fewer errors during installation. Fewer errors and re-builds translates directly to cost savings,” ETemplate Systems president Paul Hansen said.
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