Designing custom furniture and cabinets is a time-consuming process that required a lot of manual work. You will need the following if you go a typical interior designer in Singapore.
- Sit down with carpenter and the interior designer to sketch out your design.
- Some times the interior designer will do a technical drawing of the cabinet. But most of the time its a simple sketch.
- You then select the laminates from a catalog. Combining different laminate of different colors and textures can be a challenge. You have to visualize the final outcome in your mind or in a simple sketch.
- The carpenter then carries out the work and you pray that the design is what you want.
- Because of the difficulty in visualization design tend to be very basic and simple to avoid additional costs, variations, corrections and additional cost.
The Rise Of Industry 4.0
But with the emergence of Industry 4.0 software, designing custom furniture and cabinets has become easier, faster, and more efficient than ever before. In this article, we will discuss how you can design your own cabinets using Industry 4.0 software together with our designers.
Industry 4.0 is a term that refers to the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. Industry 4.0 software includes a variety of digital tools that allow manufacturers to design, simulate, and optimize their production processes in real-time. One of the key benefits of Industry 4.0 software is that it can help manufacturers create custom designs quickly and accurately.
To design your own custom furniture using Industry 4.0 software, you will need access to a computer-aided design (CAD) program. CAD programs are specialized software tools that allow users to create 2D or 3D models of objects.
3D Modeling And Visualization
Once you have access to a CAD program, you can begin designing your custom cabinets. The first step in the process is to create a 2D or 3D model of your cabinet. This will allow you to visualize the design and make any necessary changes before moving on to the next step. There is no need to learn how to use or buy this expensive software. All you need is to book an appointment and visit us on a weekday. Our designer will sit beside you and walk you through the entire design process.
We use Industry 4.0 software to help simulate the manufacturing process. This will help us identify any potential issues or bottlenecks that may arise during production. By simulating the manufacturing process, you can also optimize the design to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The software can identify engineering issues such as
- Overly large drawers that may have structural weaknesses
- Shelves that are too narrow or wide
- Hinges or hardware that are unsuitable for certain designs
- Unstable structural designs
What You See Is What You Get
The best part of Industry 4.0 based design is that "" (WYSIWYG). Rapid visualization through 3D rotation provide confidence and instant gratification. It is similar to to when the Apple Macintosh revolutionized desktop publishing. Its easy to visualize designs, colors, space and layout efficiency. Making changes becomes and quick.
Once you have optimized your design, the Industry 4.0 software will automatically create a bill of materials (BOM), generate production plans and get your costing instantly. The BOM will list all of the materials and components needed to build your cabinet, while the production plans will outline the steps required to assemble the cabinet.
Once you have finalized your design with our designers, our engineers take over.
Our engineers use Industry 4.0 software to automate the production process. For example, we feed your design to computer numerical control (CNC) machines, robots, conveyor belts and other automation machines to cut, shape, edge, label and pack the cabinet components with precision and accuracy. This will help save time and reduce waste during the manufacturing process.
In conclusion, designing your own custom furniture using Industry 4.0 software together with our designers can be a great way to save time, reduce costs, and improve the accuracy of your intended design.