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Mayan Metzler, Leicht, New York City: Actually custom verses off-the-shelf is not so important. Sometimes customization is essential if the kitchen requires the cabinets to be in a specific size or finish, but custom is a term that is too general. Anyone making cabinets in their garage can be considered a custom cabinetmaker. What’s more important is which factory you are purchasing from. The quality, stability, reputation and consistency of the factory are important for a homeowner to consider more than custom versus stock. Q. Are there technologies you use (design rendering etc.) that can help clients visualize the result? Something clients wouldn’t get with ready made?Berg: We use several types of design and manufacturing software. One is primarily used for giving clients detailed floor-plan and elevation views of their project, while simultaneously generating cut parts for all of the cabinets. This software also enables us to create photorealistic renderings for our clients. The second is used for drafting more complex projects which require further detail.