Cloud-Based Tool Data Management System Eases Access

TDM Systems has introduced TDM Cloud Line, a cloud-based solution for tool data management that enables manufacturers to access tool data wherever, whenever.

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TDM Systems has introduced TDM Cloud Line, a cloud-based solution for tool data management that enables manufacturers to access tool data wherever, whenever. The key advantage of the solution is that users can download and manage data from thousands of tools without having to purchase them, according to the company. Users can test alternative tools during the product design process and select the best tool for the job. Data from the cloud is available anywhere and ready for immediate usage in the virtual cutting process.

Other benefits include easy tool database setup, prepared and tested tool data for immediate use, provisioning of correct CAM data, manufacturer-independent tool assembly, statistical evaluation, and a structured and configurable user interface.

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