Below are a number of real life projects that were designed using CabWriter, CutlistPlus fx, and in a couple of cases, Vectric’s Cut2D plus for CNC. All of the projects were built by students or faculty at the New England School of Architectural Woodworking (NESAW) in Easthampton, MA.  NESAW has been involved in the design and testing of CabWriter from the very beginning.

Southampton, MA

This kitchen was built by staff at NESAW using a design from CabWriter and shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro.  The carcass parts were cut on a ShopBot CNC machine using Vectric Cut2D Pro to nest the parts and create tool paths.  Part labels were printed using Cutlist Plus fx.

Easthampton, MA

This kitchen was built by students at NESAW using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx.

Northampton, MA

This kitchen was built by students at NESAW using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx.

Southampton, MA

This kitchen was built by staff at NESAW using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx.  The parts were cut on a Biesse Rover CNC with the tool paths created using Vectric Cut2D Pro.

Southampton, MA

This kitchen was built by students at NESAW using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx.

Northampton, MA

This kitchen was started by students at NESAW and finished by the staff using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx. The parts were cut on a Biesse Rover CNC with the tool paths created using Vectric Cut2D Pro.

Easthampton, MA

This kitchen was built by the staff at NESAW using a design from CabWriter, shop drawings created by Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx. The parts were cut on a Biesse Rover CNC with the tool paths created using Vectric Cut2D Pro.

Irvington, NY

This kitchen was designed by the staff at NESAW using a design from CabWriter and is currently being built by a local cabinetmaker.  The shop drawings were created using Sketchup Pro, and plywood optimization and labels provided by Cutlist Plus fx. The parts were cut on a Biesse Rover CNC with the tool paths created using Vectric Cut2D Pro.  Notice the diverse array of cabinet styles and construction methods.