Interwire 2015: Showcasing Cimteq's CableBuilder and CableMES
PUBLISHED: 27 Feb 15
The award winning CableMES software
This year Cimteq will be showcasing two products on their stand at Interwire. Their flagship product CableBuilder, and a new innovation called CableMES, a cable specific Manufacturing Execution System based on the Wonderware platform.
Design and sales engineers the world over use CableBuilder to design wire and cable quicker, quote faster and avoid costly mistakes. If you are not using it then visit our booth to find out more. The recent innovations in CableBuilder helps companies to achieve the best cost performance from their designs.
The enhancement to the new none-conformance handling module removes the risk of sending out faulty products and ensures full compliance with quality standards. A new 3D module produces amazing near photo-realistic images making your designs truly standout.
The award winning CableMES has been received with great enthusiasm since its launch last year. It delivers robust scalable manufacturing monitoring and control systems to cable makers at an affordable price. CableMES strives to help companies make the product right first time, every time at minimal resource utilisation.
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