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Cabinet design to CNC9/21/21
I am looking to buy a new software for my cabinets and have it send it to the CNC machine in G-code form? Hearing lots of Mozaik or 2020 Design/Maker? Cabinet Pro?
Do not overlook Cabinet Vision, yes it cost a bit but it is a very good investment
I am a Canadian representative for CabMaster Software. We offer a powerful cabinet manufacturing software that will take you from renderings and 2D drawings right to the CNC. I feel our software provides a good balance between ease of use and customisation. Please take a look at our website and don't hesitate to contact me directly, I am more than happy to answer your questions.
As someone who has been in your position I know the value of checking out all available options. So please do that as there are a lot if good products available and it's important to see which one meshes most with your needs.
Good luck in your search.
I have owned them all and still use Cabnetware some for a few reasons, have CV just never took to it or the price tag.
there is an inexpensive program called cabinetpartspro a good friend made. it is cheap does a good job yet it is not a design program. you set parameters. enter box sizes and boom you are nested and cutting.
I used it for years. I did go Moziak. it is still the best value with the rental program and power for the price. I use it daily and we do large commercial jobs
We are using Cabinet Sense now. Good program and customizable. We used Mozaik for a while. Tech support was basically non existent. The only advice given was, "you need to purchase more training." It was not very customizable and with hours of paid training they could not get the program to work correctly. We also use Fusion 360.
Whatever you do I always go in with low impact easy exit. Cabinet sense is one of the few programs I have never tried, There are a few cloud based these days but Moziak does the trick for me. they are heavily reliant on end user moving a curve to themselves. it is not a Bubblegum program. that said I spent a small fortune on CV and never took to it. does not make it a bad program and yes you will pay them for training and support (CV) But with tens of thousands of users I would be ill qualified to disparage them. Approach this with open eyes. Tunnel vision is going to be the most expensive method.