The first thing we must configure is the service with which we want to manage the inventory of molds and mark the check for "Generate library".


Once we save the service, we will be able to see a new section will appear called Library with a button (+). When we enter there we will see the next view where we can begin to register the molds.

Width (mm): Width of the figure of the die

Height (mm): Height of die figure

D width (mm): Distance to the width between one mold and another.

D height (mm): Distance to the height between one mold and another.

F. width: Number of shapes or repetitions from the mold to the width.

F. high: Number of shapes or repetitions from mold to height.

The last 3 titles of the columns are free titles for the user to register attributes that he considers important to the molds. An example would be to assign the titles "Type", "Shape" and "Radius" so that it would look like this:

Once we have our library with the loaded data, we can register the tolerance +- in mm that will allow a die to be offered as inventory at the time of quoting. 

For the quote, we can see that the Twist Print will indicate that a service has a library by showing it with a label sign:

We must click on that label and it will show us the suggested dies for that job or, alternatively, we can see the complete library. Finally, we must choose the mold that will be used for this work and that will later be indicated in the work order.

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