Norcross, GA March 7, 2013 (PRWEB) March 11, 2013
MALEKKO Software Systems announced today that they will be exhibiting their AutoCAD Add-on,"The Xzibitware Tool Kit", in Booth 566 at EXHIBITOR2013 in Las Vegas. A 55" Color Monitor will show a continuous-running video presentation that will describe the CAD software tools for designers and detailers that are included in the Tool Kit.
The presentation will also point out the major benefits of using the Tool Kit Add-on as opposed to relying on AutoCAD alone. The product is now available for Rent making it very affordable and accessible to any exhibit company. So, instead of an expensive software purchase, users just Rent it when they need it. The product has been restructured and updated considerably from an earlier version so that it now works on ANY Exhibit Type...System, Custom, or Hybrid. Its core function is to make user-selected Exhibit Parts "Smart" so that they can be grouped, counted, annotated, and reported quicker and easier that when using only AutoCAD.
MALEKKO states that for less than $3 a day the Tool Kit could be saving a company around $1000 a month in Labor Costs for preparing detail drawings and materials lists for Production and I&D operations. The Tool Kit can be rented, down-loaded, and activated from the MALEKKO web site, http://www.malekko.com, 24-7 through a secure server. The Xzibitware Tool Kit supports both 32 and 64 bit versions of windows-based AutoCAD 2010-2012, and AutoCAD 2013-2014.
The primary developer of the Tool Kit, Richard Maddox, will also be available in Booth 566 all 3 days of the show to answer any questions.
About MALEKKO Software Systems:
Since 1995, MALEKKO Software Systems has been working with exhibit designers and detailers to identify their needs when creating exhibit and structural detail drawings and exhibit materials lists. Current product users range from independent designers/detailers to major full-service exhibit companies.
An extensive collection of System, Custom, and Hybrid exhibits, all designed and detailed using the Xzibitware Tool Kit may be seen at http://www.alviro.com. To review the FAQ page and a collection of Video Tutorials or to view the web-based illustrated Online Manual, please visit the malekko web site.