Expos - 2D and 3D CAD modelling software for exhibition stand design. Octanorm, Maxima, Orbital, Alur, Struktur, Monti, SYMA Orbit, Subtil, furniture, stairways, electro, plants, user defined objects, list of used items.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||15.91 MB ( 16,291 KB )|
|Published||Feb 02, 2006 (15 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 14, 2013 (8 years ago)|
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It uses Octanorm items first, but there are also libraries of furniture, stairways, electro, plants and other items included.
Designing is fast, because the designer creates the ground plan of the stand and Expos generates the 3D visualization from it.
It is possible to design the booth (display) from an arbitrary combination of systems (Octanorm, Maxima, Orbital, Alur, Struktur, Monti, SYMA Orbit, Subtil) and any user defined objects. Final projects for given fair (exhibition, show) are usually supplemented with logos, pictures and surfaces.
Expos is specialized for exhibits so the work is comfortable for stand designer.
Expos also generates list of used items including price and weight automatically.
|Release Info:||Major Update on Feb 06, 2016|
|Release Notes:||4-way Alur system, more furniture, Windows 10 optimization|
|Related Tags:||software exhibition stand design stands|
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