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OCTANORM presents a free web-based tool that allows you to plan and visualize exhibition stands without prior knowledge. With just a few clicks, the complete project can be created online, from the 3D model through the parts list to the request for quotation.

The Filderstadt based exhibition system manufacturer offers a free online configurator for their OCTAwall 40 wall system. The library contains hundreds of sample stands in various sizes. Intuitive drag and drop allows you to even create individual exhibition stands without prior technical knowledge. Intelligent catch points are used to draw the individual frames and accessories in place. In addition, short step-by-step tutorials help you get started. „Projects of registered users are stored online in their account so they can access them wherever and whenever they like. There is also the option of creating your own image database in order to further individualize the exhibition stand by means of graphics and logos,“ explains Joachim Kopf, Head of Software Development at OCTANORM. Upon completion of the stand design, a project folder is created, including a detailed parts list and perspective views of the stand. Finally, the user can decide if he wants to receive an offer directly. „Our wide network of partners helps us process every request professionally,“ says Thomas Gräter, CEO at OCTANORM. „Just try it out and start your project today.“

You can find OCTAsketch at www.octasketch.net

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Jochim Kopf, Tel. 0711 77003-42, j-kopf@octanorm.de
Jasmin Meissinger, Tel. 0711 77003-23, j-meissinger@octanorm.de


Download Press release OCTAsketch