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MoldTrax Gets Bigger, Faster and Stronger with the Release of MT6

MoldTrax, the industry’s leading software designed specifically for tracking the performance and maintenance of molds and dies, just got bigger, faster and stronger with the release of MoldTrax 6 (MT6).

New features developed for this unique documentation system include:

  • “Inventory Monitoring” that allows the user to quickly see how many parts are left in stock. The simplest inventory system anyone will ever use!

  • A MoldTrax exclusive: A “Hot Runner Specs” tab has been added to the popular TechTips section gives users quicker access to manifold maintenance and repair instructions, images and specifications of the system. Categorizing this technical data saves search time and improves repair accuracy

  • A “Maintenance Alert” report making it possible for the user to see what PM’s are coming due (Yellow), overdue (Red) or OK (Green) on molds currently in production

  • A MoldTrax Performance Dashboard is now available from the main screen that shows the current ratio of Scheduled vs. Un-Scheduled mold stops as well as the number of molds currently in production and their PM status (based on cycles run)

  • All screens have been enlarged and many fields include Zoom windows with rich (customizable) text. Choose between full or ¾ screen sizes

  • Two new FastTrax Reports include Inventory Tracking and Maintenance Alerts.

 

 

“MoldTrax was born on the bench out of a need for repair technicians to be quickly brought up to speed on specific mold and product issues so they can maximize the time they spend with molds,” explains MoldTrax founder and ToolingDocs Operations Manager Steve Johnson.

“Johnson believes that for a system to be a successful, repair techs must find it easy to use and the data collected must be valuable to them. Over the years MoldTrax has evolved into not only a great troubleshooting tool at the bench, but the data collected by companies large and small, including OEM’s, has proved extremely valuable for tooling engineers, process and production departments as well as mold builders and quality control personnel.

“All molding companies, both custom and proprietary, save money through better targeting of mold and production defects,” Johnson states. “Using this database will change one’s shop culture from firefighting to preventive by providing users with more complete and accurate data that can be used to make more informed decisions.”

Anyone interested in MoldTrax 6 can download a free demo system to try by visiting www.moldtrax.com
or www.toolingdocs.com.

Contact ToolingDocs at 419 281-0790 or email info@toolingdocs.com for more information. ToolingDocs is a PCIC
Group Company.