Anyone using SigmaNest and SimTrans?

I am interested also.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <spolatas@y...> wrote:
>
> I was wondering if anyone that is using SigmaNest for sheet stock
> nesting is using the Vantage connector called SimTrans. Evidently,
> Vantage data (BOM, requirements, etc.) can be pulled directly by
> SigmaNest to produce cutting machine programs for daily sheet-cut
part
> requirements. They supposedly have an extensive Vantage customer
base,
> but I don't remember any mention on this list. Can anyone fill me in
on
> some details of the package?
>
> Steve Polatas
>
I was wondering if anyone that is using SigmaNest for sheet stock
nesting is using the Vantage connector called SimTrans. Evidently,
Vantage data (BOM, requirements, etc.) can be pulled directly by
SigmaNest to produce cutting machine programs for daily sheet-cut part
requirements. They supposedly have an extensive Vantage customer base,
but I don't remember any mention on this list. Can anyone fill me in on
some details of the package?

Steve Polatas
I was wondering if anyone that is using SigmaNest for sheet stock
nesting is using the Vantage connector called SimTrans. Evidently,
Vantage data (BOM, requirements, etc.) can be pulled directly by
SigmaNest to produce cutting machine programs for daily sheet-cut part
requirements. They supposedly have an extensive Vantage customer base,
but I don't remember any mention on this list. Can anyone fill me in on
some details of the package?

Steve Polatas
I am interesting as well.

Thanks,

Nam


--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <spolatas@y...> wrote:
>
> I was wondering if anyone that is using SigmaNest for sheet stock
> nesting is using the Vantage connector called SimTrans. Evidently,
> Vantage data (BOM, requirements, etc.) can be pulled directly by
> SigmaNest to produce cutting machine programs for daily sheet-cut
part
> requirements. They supposedly have an extensive Vantage customer
base,
> but I don't remember any mention on this list. Can anyone fill me
in on
> some details of the package?
>
> Steve Polatas
>