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Lippert Components debuts digital floorplan tool

Lippert Components said it has a new digital tool for designing a floorplan.

Lippert Components said it has a new digital tool that makes designing a floorplan for a specific-sized pontoon boat simple, accurate and customizable to a boater’s needs.

Lippert Components said its new Platinum Pontoon Furniture Configurator features the company’s Platinum Series Replacement Pontoon Furniture, a collection of 20 pontoon furniture items, including bench seating, helm stands and helm seats.

The company said the configurator provides a bird’s-eye view floorplan and lets users drag, drop and rotate items from the Platinum Series collection into a scaled model of their pontoon.

With the ability to customize the configuration based on the pontoon’s length and width, users can accurately and easily explore varying layouts and designs to develop the ideal design for how they will use their pontoon, the company said.

“We’re very excited to have launched the Platinum Pontoon Furniture Configurator. It will be a broadly used tool to help our customers easily design and decide which furniture floor plans work best for them and make the process of replacing older, worn-out pontoon furniture so much smoother,” Lippert Components marine segment director Michele Goldsmith said in a statement.

The company said that once users have completed their configuration, they can download their selections as a PDF file, complete with part numbers, color selections, quantities and detailed descriptions of their product choices. The downloadable PDF serves as a guide that customers can provide to the dealership of their choice for product inquiries and installation.

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