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Cut Plan

Cut Plan

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CUTPLAN is a proven cut planning solution that minimizes:
material waste
marking/nesting time and costs
spreading/lay-up time and costs
cutting time and costs
CUTPLAN handles virtually every cutting scenario:
fabric and accessory markers
single and multiple colors
small and large quantity cut orders
face-to-face, open-only, mixed, and tubular goods
small markers only (1-4 sizes, 1-2, etc)
separates markers (coat/pant mixing)
single and multiple variation
forced remnant markers
fixed cutting heights
contract cutting
ratio markers
sample cuts
and more...
will automatically simulate all possible
marker size/heightcombinations
for each cut to find the one that best optimizes your exactproduction requirements.
is currently s
aving 2% - 8% in fabriccosts
for many topmanufacturers by:
Automatically creating the
optimum spread plan
considering specificmanufacturing costs, goals, and product characteristics
Calculating every aspect of 
marker/nest sectioning and cutting
maximum material utilization
and minimum spreading and cuttingtime
Determining which sizes to put in each marker, fabric heights, markersequence, and fabric spread sequence
Reusing the
best markers/nest
from your marker library
Creating high-efficiency
new markers
where needed
Selecting existing rolls/sheets that can be 100% consumed while alsoreducing small rolls/sheets in inventory (
FABPLAN - fabric rollallocation
Tracking material utilization across multiple plants by style (
Specifically, CUTPLAN incorporates the following cut planning featuresand capabilities:
Cut order accumulation and bunching
cost balancing
Automatic generation of lining and panel cuts
Section width optimization
Custom cutting ticket preparation
Sophisticated marker “reuse vs. new” decision-making
Section average size control
Accurate pre-mark length estimation
Shorten cut planning function, free up skills
Use cut-downs or over-cuts
Plan within fabric availability by length and width
Full reporting to production control, marker making, and/or cuttingroom floor
Eliminate all manual cutting paperwork
Bunch payment coupons
Automatic combination of pant and jacket cuts for maximum materialsutilization
Easy updating, viewing and printing of government and other long-termcontracts, showing quantities cut and quantities outstanding by month,style, and size
Simple generation of cut orders from contracts
Maintenance of size range/scale, SKU, and destination data for easyincorporation into cut orders and contracts
Specifically, FABPLAN incorporates the following fabric roll allocationfeatures and capabilities:
Plan fabric roll allocation to precisely match fabric roll lengths bycolor/shade to cut order needs
Dramatically shrink end losses
Automatically incorporate piece goods inventory data from mainframeor other systems
Reduce amount of remnant pieces, use up existing remnants quickly
Prepare pick list with fabric/style name, location code and piece numberfor cutting room floor
Prepare spread/lay-up plan listing optimal roll sequence and height persection for each roll
Print or send reports to production control, automatic spreaders and/orcutting room floor
Chooses the most reusable remnant, giving preference to short rolls
Eliminates inventory complexity and frees-up storage space
For plaid match fabrics, keeps the number of rolls needed for a size to aminimum
Treats width losses, on a square inch basis, as equivalent to end lossesin determining rolls to select
Results in a uniform spread of each roll over sections
Offers the operator the ability to override specific roll selection
In case fabric shortage, provides ability to predetermine sections thatwill not be supported
Supports customized reporting of fabric used
module incorporates
material utilization reporting
that helps maintain realistic material per unit estimations for each product/style.

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