Akron, NY -- LVD Strippit has expanded its CADMAN suite of offline software products to include a new workshop management tool, CADMAN-Job. CADMAN-Job organizes and schedules the fabrication shop workload, classifying and grouping jobs in the most efficient manner to increase throughput, minimize set-up time and streamline work flow.
CADMAN-Job manages the day-to-day relationship between a user's ERP system, CAM and workshop to optimize machine production time and fabrication resources. The software creates or imports work orders from an ERP system, generates jobs for bending or laser cutting, minimizing tool setup, lens/nozzle change.
CADMAN-Job also tracks the progress of each work order, provides estimated and real production time information, and generates lists to launch any re-work necessary.
CADMAN-Job is an extension of LVD Strippit's CADMAN offline software, a PC-based CAD/CAM system that operates on a Windows platform. CADMAN is designed to streamline the fabricating process through a single, complete offline system for the design, unfolding, punching, laser cutting and bending of sheet metal parts.
CADMAN-Job is currently available for all models of LVD Strippit laser cutting systems and press brakes.
ABOUT LVD The LVD Group is a leading manufacturer of a comprehensive range of sheet metal/plate working machine tools and software solutions, including laser cutting systems, punch presses, press brakes, guillotine shears and mid-level automation systems, integrated and supported by its CADMAN PC-based Windows compatible software.
For more information, contact Strippit, Inc., 12975 Clarence Center Road, Akron, NY 14001, call toll free 1-800-828-1527, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.lvdgroup.com