C.R. Onsrud and Cabinet Vision Announce Osync Integration

C.R. Onsrud and Cabinet Vision Announce Osync Integration

Troutman, NC – C.R. Onsrud and Cabinet Vision announce Osync Machine Analytics® integration. Cabinet Vision has teamed up with C.R. Onsrud to provide deeper insights into their customer’s data. With Cabinet Vision, Version 11, customers will now be able to visualize information such as sheet yield per job, estimated vs actual cycle times, material and tool usage information, and much more from within Osync®. This type of information will help manufacturers better understand their manufacturing costs and where there are opportunities for improvement, without having to have someone stationed at the machine collecting data manually. This type of collaboration shows the true spirit of Industry 4.0 where a manufacturer’s entire plant is communicating, based on standard protocols, to create a full picture of the production process.

C.R. Onsrud manufactures tailor-made, CNC machining solutions for a growing list of innovative, global manufacturers in the wood, plastic, non-ferrous and advanced materials industries. Backed by the best service in the industry, C.R. Onsrud focuses on reliability and providing customers the best machinery available.

Part of the Vero Software Group, Cabinet Vision is a unique solution for manufacturers in the woodworking industry. Its products help enable any furniture or cabinet manufacturer to fully automate and integrate its design through improved manufacturing processes and greater efficiency. In addition to producing significant time savings, Cabinet Vision eliminates costly mistakes and increases productivity.

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