Dimac on-the-go insights, designed to connect 08 January 2018

Dimac Srl states that the new MCVx Remote is the best way to manage its 100% inspection and sorting machines directly on a customer’s network. The original high performance of this software – first launched in 2015 – has recently been integrated in a smart, business intelligence solution.

Enhancing the machine/computer/user interaction, MCVx Remote helps the quality process management; unlocking the full potential of Dimac MCVx vision software and allowing control and process, in real time, of inspection plans remotely.

Powered by Dimac secure platform, MCVx Remote integrates and connects customers’ existing inspection and sorting systems, aiming to keep lines up and running, boost supply chain productivity and grow bottom line revenues.

Dimac points out that it is very easy and fast to set-up, users simply:

• Access the inspection machines over the network from the MCV folder on their Notebook.
Select the Dimac machine on which they want to work.
The main program window displays a real time running image at the selected machine.
Activate the wizard procedure to load, edit, set-up and test specific part programs and inspection tools.
When edited, save the job by pressing OK… and it is done.

In common with all Dimac software and applications, MCVx Remote is a plug and play and multilingual package, compatible
with popular operating systems.

Dimac Remote Support: Is a new facility, connecting swiftly with the Dimac Technical Service staff to troubleshoot and get real time online help.

Dimac Smart Apps: Will be launched soon and will enable monitoring of the entire inspection cycle via phone or email anytime and everywhere, simultaneously tracking patterns and trends through a reliable reporting system.

Also, Dimac’s R&D in providing 4.0 solutions in automation, inspection and connectivity is proving profitable for customers in terms of return of investment, reducing costs and times, and improving accessibility.

Massimo Agrati, general manager at Dimac, comments: “We are investing in new releases to enhance efficiency across several fastener industry applications.” 



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