National Office Furniture Announces Expansion of CET Extension to Include New Products

April 4, 2019

National Office Furniture, a unit of Kimball International, Inc., announces the addition of new products to their CET Extension. National’s extension now contains their complete product offering and newest product additions. In conjunction with launching new products, the extension has also been updated with new Smart Symbols. 

Now available, the entire WaveWorks casegoods offering features Smart Symbol capabilities, which add parametric functionality and automation rules. In addition to WaveWorks, their Collette and Fringe lounge series also include Smart Symbols, making specification simpler. These Smart Symbols make it nearly effortless to place National products into projects and interact with furniture to design the specific environment needed. 

National’s newest introductions, Ralla stools, Marnia occasional tables, and Volute seating enhancements, have also been added to the catalog symbols. This expansion of their CET offering provides the ability to incorporate brand new products into designs, allowing the ability to easily visualize and specify National solutions in projects.

CET Designer offers a software solution that simplifies specification, providing dealers and designers the ideal solution for space planning and ordering product solutions.

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