TICC – Welding module
EXAMPLE OF A COST CALCULATION
CALCULATION USING A 3D VOLUME MODEL
This example shows you how to calculate welding projects of any size right on the 3D model and automatically. The example shows calculation of a machine stand.
Learn based on the example calculation how precisely and quickly your calculation for your welding steps can be completed.
FUNCTION IN THE
This workflow describes the function of the TICC module welding using an example. Get to know the work procedure and the individual work steps.
Loading the 3D model
First, a calculation project is set up and the 3D data will be loaded and processed.
Automatic recognition of the welding edges
The welding part dimensions are evident as soon as the data are loaded.
Manual edge assignment option
Manual action is possible at any time. Any edges can be selected for processing.
Selection of welding method, joint shape, etc.
It is now possible to specify the welding method, joint shape and seam thicknesses. You can also decide whether you want to weld or rivet continually and what calculation method you want to use.
Equipment and secondary times
Once the number of welds and the welding duration is known, the equipment and secondary times can be specified.
Time calculation and data sheet
After time calculation is complete, a calculation data sheet will be compiled at the push of a button, listing all processing steps, times (the, th, tn, tr) and the tools used.
Data handover and cost calculation
Finally, the work schedule and bill of materials is used to determine a quoted price with reference to the hourly machine rates and the material costs.
Lowering costs! Saving time! Increasing the calculation quality!