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FASTECHNOLOGIES INFORMATION SERVER 1.1

FASTechnologies proudly announces the Shop-Wide-Web!

With the SmartParts Information Server, operator instructions are neatly handled in a totally electronic form with the SmartParts Information Server. There are two levels of operator instructions; Engineering Notes and Supervisor Notes. These are automatically related to the part number, and password-secured to prevent unauthorized alterations.
The Engineering Notes may be created in three different ways: They may be output automatically from your Valor or other scriptable CAM system, they may be created in any text editor, or they may be entered directly with a web browser. These notes carry a high-level password security.

The supervisor notes may be created and edited from any web browser in the company. The name of the last supervisor who edited the notes is automatically posted to the top of the file.
With electronically stored and delivered operator notes, critical instructions are never lost or improperly altered. Best of all, they're readily available to your CAM operators, so they can be checked when a job is reissued. This way, recurring problems can be corrected, because the right experience-based information is automatically available to the CAM engineers.

Here's a sample notes page for you to inspect:

Supervisor's Notes for <c:\spis\supnotes\12019DRL.TMS>.
Edited by ROB at 14:41:56 on 09-30-1999

Bill was reporting a lot of tool breakage on the #80's.
Drop the stack depth to two, and be sure those panels are
wiped clean before pinning.
Name:    Password: 

Engineering Notes for <c:\spis\jobnotes\12019DRL.TMS>.
This job was optimized using a new optimizer, so
watch out for pin collisions.  Also be very careful
to record the runtime correctly!

There has been some parachuting on this part
number in the past, so keep an eye on the
vacuum ports.

Also some birds-nesting on the 0.2500" tool.  Check
them between rounds.
Name:    Password: 

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