Now Available in the pCon Library: OFML Data from . r e l a t i v by FurniturelinQ

. r e l a t i v is a young and innovative Dutch brand that specializes in seating furniture with interchangeable product components. This interchangeability not only relates to the mechanical or technical components (cross leg, wheels, gas lift, etc.), but also to the upholstery and specifications of both seat and back. These interchangeable product components make it perfectly possible to create seating solutions in accordance with the specific requirements of each customer.
The . r e l a t i v collection consists of certified and ergonomically sound seating furniture.
Now available: OFML Data from . r e l a t i v
All seating furniture is now available in both 2D and 3D in the pCon library in OFML format. With OFML data you have got all the article information you need in one place – from colors to prices. This integration of commercial information and product logic facilitates designing individual solutions.

When with your customers, you can showcase . r e l a t i v furniture on your smartphone and tablet – using pCon.box and pCon.facts. The apps allow you to fully configure . r e l a t i v products, get detailed product and pricing information and to pull the furniture into a room using Augmented Reality.

Request the data of FurniturelinQ via pCon.login to get access to the . r e l a t i v collection and get started!

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3 Responses to Now Available in the pCon Library: OFML Data from . r e l a t i v by FurniturelinQ

  1. October 9, 2019 at 3:07 am Jolia says:

    thanks for this post ^_^

    • January 2, 2020 at 10:58 am tina says:

      look is good.tnx for post

  2. January 17, 2020 at 10:31 am sara says:

    Thank goodness.

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