After a few years without finding good enough software we started learning ArchiCAD & ArchiFrame at the beginning of 2016. After 3 weeks we did our first production model using Hundegger Speed Cut CNC-machine for the cutting process. A few weeks later we expanded our work to feed also our Weinmann WEK120 and WMS operation stations with wup-files for element assembly. This line puts together multiple layer wall elements, including framework assembly, nailing, marking and cutting of all the separate layers in the wall.
What’s been important for us in the choice of switching to ArchiFrame are the visible adjustments and the control of every change and operation. The way to control every tool, every cut and every nail, and that the end product that comes out on the machine looks the same, and can be controlled directly, in ArchiFrame’s working environment is a huge advantage compared to the software we were using earlier. There’s an easy way of «click-and-drag» to change everything. Also the possibilities to access every macro tool, and make our own macros without having to do those things external is important.