Samco machines use AMS Eclipse Production Management Software

Eclipse is production management software for roll forming and metal folding operations. It is the result of 20 years of experience integrating roll forming machinery with manufacturers' MRP/ERP systems.

Main Features

  • Download production schedule
  • Manage part specifications
  • Track job completions
  • Track coil usage
  • Enforce material selection
  • Track operator performance
  • Record scrap amounts and causes
  • OEE reporting
  • Coordinate related machinery
  • Integration with ERP systems

System Information

  • Supported operating systems: Windows 7, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista
  • Site license + concurrent user licenses
  • Communication with 30 or more machines in one location
  • Multilingual support

Other Features

  • Schedule Orders
  • Download Orders Directly to Machine Controls
  • Monitor Real-Time Production Status
  • Analyze Productivity
  • Keep track of Coil Inventory
  • Data Integration
  • Policy Enforcement
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