Delcam, a world-leading developer and supplier of advanced CAD/CAM software, has released update of Crispin ShoeCost 2016, is a simple costing software solution that automatically nests for material efficiency in both leather and synthetic materials.
Why do I need the Crispin ShoeCost solution?
– Cost control – costing the production of the design is essential before manufacture. With Crispin ShoeCost you are able to see how overheads, labour, components and parts affect unit cost. Through manual and automatic nesting, you are also able to maximise efficiency of all materials and minimise waste.
– Reporting – One you have achieved optimal results with materials and nesting, Crispin ShoeCost can then turn this into a report. The ‘drag and drop’ functionality means you can fully customise the reports based on your (or your customers) needs. It’s also compatible for a variety of currency.
– Materials – Crispin ShoeCost allows you to get the most from both synthetic and leather materials. You are able to automatically select quality hide areas for specific pattern pieces. Crispin ShoeCost also allows you to experiment with different materials to see the impact on cost.
Delcam is one of the world’s leading suppliers of CAM software and associated services, and also supplies systems for product design, tooling design, reverse engineering and inspection. The company has grown steadily since being founded formally in 1977, after initial development work at Cambridge University led by the late Donald Welbourn. It is now among the largest developers of product design and manufacturing software in the UK, with subsidiaries in America, Europe and Asia. Over 330 people are employed at Delcam’s Birmingham headquarters, with almost 400 staff working in the company’s overseas subsidiaries and around 200 more in its international joint ventures.
Delcam’s software and services help manufacturing companies to increase productivity, improve quality and reduce lead times. The company’s software is used in over 90 countries by more than 45,000 organizations. These customers range from multi-national corporations to independent designers, toolmakers and sub-contractors, and come from a wide variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, electrical appliances, footwear, healthcare, motor sport, packaging, toys, sports equipment, jewelry and signmaking. On February 6, 2014, Del