The application enables employees to compose specific drawings from the existing library of graphic elements (details). The composed schema with calculated dimensions and other parameters of the details is saved on a central server. The schema can be opened and modified by other users from different computers (including iPad). The permissions system restricts access to the schemas to corresponding work groups within the organization. A built-in scheduling system allows planning when the drawings will be used in the production department (assembly line). The system is used by vendors of the details and assembling teams to make sure the correct details arrive to the production line in time.
The application is developed in Flex and works on Windows, Mac and iPad platform with Android coming.
A web-based administration area allows uploading new graphic elements to the system, manage users and permissions. The updates are automatically downloaded and installed on client’s computers.
The application shares the same code base that significantly reduces costs of maintenance and development of new features. We estimate that choosing this set of technologies saved our customer 40-50% of development costs in comparison with developing different versions for PC, Mac and iPad. The expected maintenance savings are up to 80% in a long run when the new features are introduced and Android version is launched to production.
Prior to being transferred to the product surface, artworks are printed on a layer and then cut out from it. The two solutions delivered by Intetics improve the printing process to make it fast and efficient. The first one performs accurate auto-nesting of artworks on a layer. It can arrange a set of irregular shaped patterns on a sheet of material with non-overlapping configuration and with minimum cut wastes. The second solution makes it possible to automatically detect artworks that can not be processed, perform complexity measurement to estimate the processing time, and simplify artworks to adapt them to requirements. It has made the processing of images uploaded by the company’s customers about 500 times faster. The increased printing speed and material economy resulted in significant output growth for the business.
The Client has developed a stereolithography restorative device that utilizes software for creating three-dimensional models of teeth. The software employs the binary STL file format, and its drawback is the large size of files containing information about an object. To solve this problem, Intetics has created an STL compression algorithm which works as a dynamic link library to be used with external applications. Two compression modes are available: lossy mode allowing for the posterization of triangle coordinates, and lossless mode providing precise data storage and decompression.
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