TCMax from Snap-on Industrial is the software system that takes asset management to a whole new level of speed, control, accuracy and cost effectiveness. It also happens to be easy to learn and simple to operate.
TCMax can digitize your workshop or storage facility, ensuring that tools and equipment are fully accounted for. It is the fastest, most accurate way to check tools in and out.
It is tool control software that talks, eliminating the need to repeatedly look at the computer screen between bar code scans. It says “issue”, “turn in”, and “enter quantity” as appropriate to prompt the user and warns of “overdue calibration”, “inspection overdue” or “caution, tool removed” when necessary.
In addition to the written cues and audio prompts, each tool is displayed as a photo image, right on the computer screen. Custom label making software is included with TCMax so you can easily print your own barcode labels.
TCMax delivers full reports on tools and assets – location, employee, restocking/ordering, calibration renewal, operating instructions, hazard warnings and more – the total digital information trail.
TCMax software is designed to fully integrate with Snap-on Industrial’s Level 5 hardware to give you a total tool storage and management system. Level 5 lets you position tools for maximum efficiency, quickly locate tools to complete jobs fast and see at a glance what’s missing. Tool cabinet drawers are fitted with colored foam inserts in which the profile of each tool is cut, so each tool has its own place. Electronic security locks ensure only authorized personnel have access. Tools can be laser engraved with a logo, serial number or bar code.
TCMax can be applied to many products and services in many sectors – manufacturing, facilities management, utilities, medical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, military, plant hire – wherever equipment, components and consumables need to be controlled, tracked and accounted for.
TCMax is made to fit your needs and Snap-on Industrial offers application-specific packages to maximize the fit. Minimal “adjusting” is needed so TCMax is up and running fast with minimal integration costs.