Injection molding training, consulting and technology provider RJG, headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan, has announced that its injection molding networking software, The Hub®, has a new application available: The Hub for Mold Transfer.
The Hub connects RJG’s CoPilot® process monitoring systems to a single interface, allowing users to access all plant information from anywhere in the world, make data-driven decisions, increase visibility, decrease liability and improve operational efficiency. The Hub for Process Analytics allows users to access real-time data from anywhere, review and export reports, view job audit reports, replay historical data and more. Higher efficiency and lower scrap means a higher bottom line.
The Hub for Mold Transfer allows users to easily transfer molds by automatically generating machine-specific set-up sheets, recommending compatible machines and providing a database to store and share part, mold and machine documentation across the organization. Putting the wrong mold in the wrong machine can lead to poor part quality, inefficient processes or even tool damage. This application significantly reduces the risk of damage and poor quality by ensuring proper mold and machine matching.
Features of The Hub for Mold Transfer include:
- Facility asset database for machines, molds, parts and materials
- Mold match recommendations for fit and capability
- Universal process sheet database
- Machine specific set-up sheet database
- Automatically-generated, machine-specific set-up sheets
- Revision history
For more information, visit www.rjginc.com.