Fanny Zamora Osorio, Sales Assistant for A SM, listed the benefits the item Engineeringtool has had for her team. Used to render proposals for carts, racks, or tables, especially “simple transport trolleys,” the software “allows customers to see what their project looks like, [especially] if they don’t have a design due to workload.” For A SM, the benefits don’t end at the simplification of the design process. The ergonomic assembly guide and the cutting and assembly guide have “proven to be extremely useful.”
Miguel Arellano, Sales Engineer for ADD, detailed his use of the item Engineeringtool. “Mainly used for the design of structures and racks with the intention of generating a Bill of Materials (BOM), the Engineeringtool has changed our work on these projects by improving our BOMs to save on parts and accessories.” The ease of assembly and cutting and machining plans produced by the software allow ADD to create a thorough solution plan and ensure accurate material quantities before beginning the production process. Even further, the compatibility with traditional CAD software allows Arellano’s team to integrate profile and accessories with their own programs.