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Reading of log file bystronic byspeed

Reading of log file bystronic byspeed

Reading of log file bystronic byspeed

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Does anyone have any information on interpreting the data
in the log files on the bystronic lasers ( pref byspeed)
for the purpose of calculating true cut times & job history data for job costing porposes.

I think they have some off line software called teammaster
for running multiple machines I think can only give run time information like cut time, power on time etc per day.

We have written some basic software to interpret the BDE log file which gives us run time per part , part number, total nest run time etc . But there is more information in this file  if we knew what it meant.

Steve


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