MagiCAD Group and ETS NORD further collaboration with addition of a new selection tool
MagiCAD Group and ETS NORD have announced the release of a new selection tool for kitchen ventilation products. The tool enables quick and effective configuration of ETS NORD kitchen products, allowing ventilation designers to easily identify the correct product for their design. The selection tool is available for use in the MEP design software MagiCAD, as well as on MagiCAD Cloud.
MagiCAD Selection Tools are web applications that help users to select and configure the correct products for their projects’ needs. Once the desired product has been configured, it can be inserted directly into the MagiCAD or Revit project as a BIM object with correct technical information. MagiCAD Selection Tools enable users to make well-informed decisions and increase their work efficiency.
Product modeling has developed fast in recent years and it is an essential part of the BIM process. ETS NORD has been at the forefront of this development with products available in MagiCAD product libraries. As an innovative company with a strong focus on product development, ETS NORD is constantly developing its product offering and its availability as product models.
“Our strength as a manufacturer is our ability to provide customers with an extensive product range and with complete ventilation solutions. We are recognized as a flexible and reliable partner with high-quality products and reliable deliveries,” comments Oskari Mattila, Product Manager at ETS NORD.
“In addition to their established status in MEP design software, MagiCAD Group also has extensive expertise in product modeling. We feel confident that we can get the best product modeling results through our cooperation with MagiCAD Group,” continues Oskari.
For ETS NORD, the need for product modeling comes from their commitment to their customers: “Our customers are always at the center of everything we do and having our products available in MagiCAD Cloud helps us make them available for design professionals around the world,” summarises Oskari Mattila.