Straightforward data assignment and management with the push of a button.
The program structure is based on the relevant processing steps that result by working with NC machinery, NC programs, and their supplemental data on a daily basis. This can involve managing and assigning drawings, documents, or images to the relevant nodes.
Article or order-specific NC program management
Available interfaces to all leading ERP systems
Straightforward and effective project production data management
PDM – production data management
Article and/or order-specific manufacturing database with document management, including integrated document management and drawing management
Straightforward assignment and management of production data at the push of a button: The PDM is structured closely based on the daily processing steps for working with manufacturing data and their components. A user-friendly type editor is used to uniquely define an unlimited number of nodes and subnodes to create application-specific hierarchies. Manufacturing relevant data, such as drawings, documents, and images are then simply assigned to these nodes.
The article and order-specific data can then be made directly available to shopfloor employees via PC terminals. It is then possible to see at a glance whether an
NC program already exists for this article, and on what machine it was already used.
In the standard version, GNT.NET PDM uses a Microsoft SQL-Server, but an Access or Oracle database can also be used.
- Article-related NC program management
- Document management
- Integration to ERP system
- Image and drawing management
- Revision management
- Easily expandable
Storage of NC programs for articles or orders
For every order, article, or project, all associated NC programs from a wide range of machines can be stored. All manufacturing documents, drawings, and clamping sketches can of course also be managed at the same time.
Labeling of digital photos in ImageNotes
The GNT.NET ImageNotes module is used to easily and quickly add comments and dimensional figures in digital photos.