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Updated Terms of Use – Taking effect 1st of September 2023

MaxCut is used by tens of thousands of woodworkers and cabinetry professionals worldwide to optimise, cost, and manage their cabinetry jobs, with thousands of businesses using MaxCut every day. While MaxCut has a global footprint on woodworkers, a fraction of users ever financially contribute to the product. As a very small business, this makes it …

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Labour Costs

Labour costs can make or break your cabinetry business. Pricing your services too low can leave you strapped for profit while pricing them too high can make you lose potential customers. That’s why it’s essential to get your labour costs right.   The first step in determining your labour costs is to accurately estimate how …

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Multiply Duplicate

Maximize your productivity and minimize your workload with MaxCut’s Multiply Duplicate feature! If you’re looking for a way to get things done faster and more efficiently, this powerful tool is the perfect solution.   With Multiply Duplicate, you can quickly create multiple copies of the same item in just a few clicks. Say goodbye to …

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Company Logos on Reports

MaxCut Business Edition generates professional cabinetry quotations that will help you stand out from the competition. In Business Editon, you can easily include your company logo or letterhead on all of your quotes, ensuring that your branding remains consistent and prominent.   Not only will this give your customers confidence in your business, but it …

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Banking Details on Quotes

Tired of being the little guy in the payment game? Time to level up with MaxCut Business Edition!   A little but important feature is having your banking details on your quotes. Yes, this is possible in MaxCut Business Edition!   Send your quote and let the money flow directly into your account like a …

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Terms and Conditions on Quotes

Terms and conditions on your customer-facing documentation is important.   Why are terms and conditions important? They give you: Legal protection: Terms and conditions on your quotations protects your business legally. T&Cs clearly outline the legal agreement between you and your customer. This can help prevent misunderstandings or disputes that may arise later on. Clarification …

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