Mozaik Software Shows Paperless Shop Tablet App at AWFS 2015
June 9, 2015 | 9:54 pm CDT
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TUSCALOOSA, AL - Mozaik Software says its woodshop floor production program – The Mozaik Paperless Shop Tablet Apps -  will dramatically improve your shop’s communication, productivity, and accuracy.  It will be shown at AWFS Fair 2015, July 22-25, in Las Vegas.

The Mozaik Label App runs inside the Mozaik Optimizer, or as a standalone App on a Windows Tablet. Supporting both Dymo  and Zebra printers, the Label App  makes labeling your nested sheets quick and easy. Simply select the sheet, touch the part, and print your label complete with graphic! The color coded App makes it easy to identify which labels have been printed and which sheets have been completed!

It contains all the cutlist items for each job along with all shop drawings and product specifications. The app aimplifis cutting doors, drawer boxes, frames, case parts, and other sub-assemblies. The parts are checked off as processed and progress is tracked automatically. Color coded menus make it easy to identify job status.

The Mozaik Assembly App contains a complete list of all items necessary to assemble each product in the job, from cutlists, to hardware, to accessories. The interactive drawings make it easy to visualize the assembly, measure tolerances, locate mounting holes, and identify other vital information that has been difficult to communicate from the office to the shop floor in the past.

The Paperless Shop Apps can change the way users communicate with their shop. As a special introductory offer, Mozaik is bundling all three Apps to current Mozaik subscribers for $25/mo; Additional PSA Seats are $15/mo/seat.

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