A Sneak Peek Of The Future Staircon
To make our customers’ business as efficient, productive and profitable as possible, we are constantly developing our Staircon software for stair design and manufacturing. We currently have a big focus […]
To make our customers’ business as efficient, productive and profitable as possible, we are constantly developing our Staircon software for stair design and manufacturing. We currently have a big focus on future-proofing the software and are therefore building the future Staircon on a modern platform, especially developed with future features and technology in mind.
Already today, our existing customers EMS license have the privilege of testing and using the first functions that are already in place in the new software. The first prerelease contains the features you need to draw sectional stairs. Gradually, more and more functions will be added until we reach – and surpass – the functionality found in Staircon Classic.
Highlighted features in the new Staircon
The current Staircon changes its name but lives on
The original version will be renamed Staircon Classic and will remain in its current form until all its features are added in the new Staircon.
Staircon Classic has served stair manufacturers worldwide for the last 20 years, and that’s something we’re very proud of. And with the future Staircon within reach, we are confident that we can do it for the next 20 years as well.
In the video we go through the biggest differences between the Staircon Classic and the new Staircon.
Watch the following educational videos if you want to get more details about the new Staircon Prerelease 1.0 functionality:
We are pleased to announce that we have opened a local office in Australia. If you have any questions or enquiries about our CAD/CAM software you’ll now get support from our staff on site in Australia. Sarah has been part of our Staircon team in the UK since 2007 and has now opened up our office in Australia. She has great experience and knowledge of both our software Staircon as well as our customers and the stair woodworking industry as a whole. Sarah will work with both the Australian and New Zealand markets and can help you regardless of whether it concerns sales, support or installation.
“I will miss our customers in the UK but I’m confident that they will be well taken care of by my colleagues. I’m now very excited to meet and support our customers locally here in Australia and New Zealand”, Sarah says.
We are in the process of making a substantial update to Staircon CAD. Starting by introducing a new 3D view in this release of Staircon 2020.2 SP2. We will update the existing CAD application so there will be no need for you to migrate to a new application. Just follow our software updates.
The new 3D view is powered by a solid modeller and uses a 3D engine with physically based rendering. This greatly enhances the 3D experience, and it is also the starting point of the future for Staircon CAD.
Plan view, side view and production view are still the same in release 2020.2 SP2.
Stair design and manufacturing is more creative and efficient when aided by tailored software. As techniques evolve, industry is also being transformed by digitisation and that requires cutting edge technology.
We are in the process of making a substantial update of Staircon CAD. Starting by introducing a new 3D view, powered by a solid modeler – in our next release. The transition into the next Staircon generation will be a simple one, just follow our upgrades. Let Staircon take you into the future of stair design.
Against the background of the continuing corona pandemic NürnbergMesse and VDMA Woodworking Machinery have decided not to hold HOLZ-HANDWERK in 2020. The exibition will take place again from 29 March to 1 April 2022
To read the full press release from the organiser, click here!