Improve production efficiencies with realtime SmartBench job monitoring on a mobile or desktop screen from wherever you are in the world. See what your SmartBench/s are doing every second of the day and plan your production schedule ahead of time.
Increase job turnaround time by sending critical job setup information straight to the SmartBench console along with the job file. Everything the operator needs in order to get started cutting, from material type & datum positions to feeds & speeds.
Fine-tune job strategy - make notes after the job has run to improve repeatable cuts.
Reduce downtime by scheduling maintenance tasks around live on-screen prompts.
Production & Workflow
Send job files to SmartBench along with all the information your operator may require in order to start production. Improve production efficiency and reduce the risk of errors.
Information you can attach:
- Tool name & diameter
- Tool type
- Z Datum position
- X/Y Datum position
- Max feed rate
- Max spindle speed
- Max plunge rate
- Stock material size
You can even make notes after job completion to make any improvements to your workflow and streamline repeated jobs.
All critical job information is stored within the job file, so there’s no need to try and remember all the details for a job you did months ago - it’s saved and ready for you to repeat.
Job organisation from the desktop or mobile
Record detailed job information along with your job file, and get job feedback from the operator to make any adjustments for the next time it’s run.
Schedule maintenance before it stops production.
Accurately schedule jobs and improve production efficiency.
Get a better return on the capital investment by making the most out of SmartBench up time.
Detailed monitor or mobile phone dashboard, displaying real time job progress makes for efficient job planning.
Live maintenance item gauges - eliminate production downtime by scheduling maintenance.
Persistent overload gauge to assist tooling strategy.
Any customers running an AMB spindle will not be able to see spindle overload