One element of this technology is the ability to create images of furniture pieces before they land on the loading dock. Recently, we’ve begun using this tool internally to communicate design intent to both our operations and production team. With a few tweaks, we’ve realized that this is a helpful communication tool for our customers to get a snapshot of what their final product will look like before it gets to the customer’s home. Especially for those custom pieces, a CAD rendering can be a great way to visualize what the actual product will look like compared to the picture you had in your mind’s eye. If you’d like to get a sneak preview for yourself or your customer, feel free to ask — we can send you an image for review before it heads out to the production floor. Below are a few examples of requests we’ve had recently:
Posted on March 1, 2019
In case you think you may have heard “yes we can” from us more frequently recently than in past, rest assured, your mind isn’t playing tricks on you. One of our long term goals as a company has been to increase our agility — our ability to respond to product trends and customer requests with high level on our standard (short) lead times. Our investment in CAD technology has made significant impacts on our production process, having a role in many of the product improvements you’ve seen from us in the last several months.