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Montech: New Conveyor Configurator with CAD Data

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Montech, LLC

9825 Northcross Center Ct., Suite M, Huntersville, NC, 28078, USA

Original Press Release

Montech: New Conveyor Configurator with CAD Data

Press release date: December 12, 2012

Derendingen - The conveyor configurator by Montech is even more user-friendly: after configuration, users can immediately download the CAD data of the configured conveyor.

"This makes work much easier for customers, as so far they had to download the CAD models of each component and assembled them manually," says Gianluca Aloisi, Director Sales, illustrating the benefits of the new functionality.

Another new feature is data storage. Any configuration can be saved by the user to be retrieved later on.

Feasibility check
Using the configurator at www.montech.com, customers and prospects can configure their own conveyors and test different variants and options. The procedure requires to input all necessary information in sequence to solve your transport task. Wrong configurations are prevented by a logical plausibility check performed by the software.

After configuration, the user can download a pdf file of the configuration and order the desired belt conveyor directly with one click.

Montech AG
Montech AG markets basic modular components for the automation of demanding transport, assembly and production processes. In addition to conventional conveyor belts, the product range includes automation components and the Quick-Set profile system. A specialist in standard and customized transport and conveyor systems, Montech offers an ideal combination of customer-specific solutions with a high degree of standardization. Founded in 1964, the company is based in Switzerland and stands for innovation in the automation industry.

For more information
Montech AG
Elke Manthei
Gewerbestrasse 12
CH-4552 Derendingen
Phone: +41 (0)32 6815542
Fax: +41 (0)32 6821977
E-Mail: elke.manthei@montech.com
www.montech.com

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