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The result is significant reduction in inspection time, more accurate parts identification, more precise damage estimates and total loss valuations, and improvements in first call settlement rates.
Applications include parts identification, rating plates, tracking/warning labels, and engine blocks, among others.
It shows the viewer proper maintenance and lubrication points, parts identification, spare parts required, along with overall operation and service of the MP-5, A2 & A3, H&K 94 (semi-auto) and the MP-5K with side folding stock.
Noting the savings to be gained from the knowledge, Wynne said, "This is a business imperative for the department, which has been without a universal method for parts identification.
The product is translucent and easily colorable, enabling simpler finished parts identification and quality testing, according to the manufacturer.
Special features include: supports bar coding for equipment unit or parts identification, work orders automatically print out maintenance instructions and parts and materials list, supervisory password control, report capability and optional linking module available to Excel.
Mattec is also introducing touch-screen controls for its Pro-Help Millennium machine-interface unit and will show new software for parts identification and material lot tracing.
Designed primarily for manufacturing applications, Strata is ideal for wide web industrial label printing applications including chemical drum labeling, hazardous material labeling, UPC labeling and multiple-up parts identification.