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The Munich-based door manufacturer Meiller Aufzugtüren GmbH has been able to take receipt an environmental certificate for the first time. This was preceded by an audit by an accredited environmental assessor.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 3/2017

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The well-known and respected Meiller CAD programme from Meiller Aufzugtüren GmbH has been on the market for many years. In order to communicate the complex product knowledge required understandably in a quick and easy manner, the existing parametrised lift door catalogues “Meiller CAD 2D” and the 3D product configuration tool “Meiller CAD 3D” have been merged in a new programme interface with expanded contents, resulting in “Meiller CAD 4.2”.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 2/2017

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Lift doors at a glance - The new "Meiller Factbook” For many years, the "Meiller CAD" digital product catalogue has proven to be an extremely helpful drawing program that benefits both lift manufacturers and technical planning firms. It enables them to configure lift doors quickly and precisely, in line with the requirements of tenders and building plans. The software translates configuration data into a technical drawing, which can be transferred to the customer’s CAD system, inserted into the overall plan of the lift system, and subjected to further editing and drawing, at the touch of a button.

Read more in the LIFT-REPORT 2/2017

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Meiller CAD with new user interface now entirely in 3D For many years, Meiller Aufzugtüren GmbH has been striving to implement technically complex requirements in customer-specific solutions.

Read more in the LIFT-REPORT 1/2017

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Since a great many lifts are now being built without a machine-room, different or new installation options for all kinds of components have to be found. Of course, these components have to be light and accessible at all times, but on the other hand not promote any vandalism. Control manufacturers have developed small compact models that under particular circumstances can be built into door frames.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 1/2017

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Protection against children’s hands being trapped in glass doors With lifts, children's hands being trapped in glass doors leads again and again to serious injuries through shearing and crushing. A new system from Meiller claims to prevent this reliably: "FingerGuard" stops the lift door before the hand is trapped in the opening gap.

Read more in the AUFWÄRTS 1/2017

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