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Kitchen Configurator Web App

We have realized that there is an opportunity to speed up the process of creating kitchen furniture if we could enable the users to handle the part of the workflow on their own.

This part of the journey is all about the dimensions of the kitchen elements and other visual representations such as the configuration of the fronts, materials, etc. 

After this initial step and with the help of the app that renders the Autodesk Inventor 3D model and technical documentation, the professionals can then add all the necessary elements so these kitchen elements can function properly in the real world.

Also, after this final step, they are ready for production.

DEVELOPED BY:
TeamCAD Development Team
TYPE:
Web Application
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Configure The Kitchen Elements Using Only The Web browser

This web application gives users the opportunity to configure the kitchen elements directly in the web browser, without the need to use Autodesk Inventor as the 3D modeling software.

After a simple login to the Autodesk Forge server, the user can launch the app, which then leads the user through the whole creation process. After defining the width and height of the kitchen element, choosing one of the six types of fronts, and the number of and heights of the individual elements, the data is sent to the Forge server, where they are being processed into a 3D model.

Screenshots From The Kitchen Configurator App

Download The 3D model And Complete Technical Documentation

After the completion, the user can access the model through a so-called “bucket”, which is then being translated into a 3D model viewable in the web browser. In the following step, the user can rotate and measure the model which is in its entirety reflecting all the previously chosen parameters and even enabling the user to open and close parts of the front by simply clicking on them.

As seen in the previous application, it is possible to download the complete 3D model from the Forge server, containing all the Inventor parts and assemblies which the user can open on its local workstation. Upon accessing it, designers can attach connection hardware, sliders, hinges and get a completely functional kitchen element ready for production.

The complete workflow is presented in the following Web Kitchen Configurator app demonstration.

The Demonstration Of The Web Kitchen Configurator Web App