Schueco UK has launched the Schueco Fabrication Data Centre, which uses SchüCal to digitally deliver project and catalogue information directly to workshops.
Offering a mixture of hardware and software, the Schueco Fabrication Data Centre can save fabricators both time and money.
The hardware – a Windows PC with W-Lan connection, supplied with a multi-touchscreen and a barcode scanner – is preconfigured with a version of the company’s SchüCal estimating software, which has been altered for fabrication purposes.
SchüCal data can be accessed via the touchscreen, or retrieved by scanning the saw barcode that is printed on each profile. Fabricators can then gain access to any relevant documentation.
To simplify article recognition, the processes are shown in 3D; the correct catalogue page can be printed with one click.
The software comprises a number of search functions, allowing its users to comb through technical manuals by using filters. Subject catalogues, article numbers and specific terms can be found quickly and easily, saving time and money.
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