Glass manufacturing managed in the Cloud
How to draw glass shapes and adjust measurements in KicoDraw
In this demo we show you how you can draw your own shapes by adjusting the measurements to what you want. Simply by selecting a similar shape from the pre defined model catalogue and adjusting the measurements.
As you can see from the Calendar video above it highlights invoices that are overdue in red. Green will show delivery dates of jobs that are coming up. Orange shows jobs that have been delivered and the grey colour shows when invoices are due.
Glass Usage Report
This tutorial shows you how to pull up your Glass usage reports, measured in m2. You also have the option of applying a customer for a more detailed report.
How to draw a splashback in KicoDraw using cutouts
This tutorial shows you how to create a splashback in KicoDraw using measurements and cutouts. You can create this by viewing cut-outs from the already existing cut-out catalogue, for example you can position where you want your cabinets to go and power point sockets.
Shapes catalogue in KicoDraw
In this short snippet we show you the full Shapes catalogue in KicoDraw, you also have the option of adding and creating your own shapes to the pre existing catalogue.
Cut Outs Catalogue in KicoDraw
In this short snippet we show you the full Cut Out catalogue in KicoDraw, and just like the Shapes catelogue, you also have the option of creating and adding your own Cut Outs and saving to the pre existing catalogue.
How to Create a job in KicoGlass
In this tutorial we show you how to create a job in KicoGlass, starting by selecting your category, products, quantity, position and adding a description. Add your glass components, then add processing, if any, to the job item, and then add the customer to the job. The above tutorial is an example of an insulated glass unit, showing glass components, parametres, spacer, lenght and thickness.
Adding Customers in KicoGlass
You can build your customers list as you go or you can enter them before you start. You can allocate a price group to customers, for example wholesale or retail. You can set up your own price groups and then allocate customers to them. You can also download your customers list as well, for example for emailing.
KicoGlass core functionality includes order processing:
- order entry
- order confirmation
- delivery docket
- ordering pieces from other suppliers
Plus KicoDraw for non- rectangular shapes:
- Shape catalogue (just pick and enter measurement)
- Drawing of non- catalogue shapes (enter measurements once closed shape is drawn)
- Placing of cut outs (Inner, edge, corner)
- Catalogue of cut outs
- Specify edging and mitres per edge (talk to us about bevelling)
Accounting Interface - Connect to your accounting software and export invoice data (Xero, MYOB and more).
KicoProd - Production list per order with processing steps, barcodes and separate drawings for non-rectangular pieces and pieces with cut outs.
Advanced Production Support - Basic and advanced production support are mutually exclusive, that is you can only have one or the other and thus pay only for one or the other.
Advanced production support includes:
- Labels per piece with processing steps, drawing indicating edging, barcode
- Reporting of processed pieces
- Reporting of defects
- Creating production batches and layouts
- Optimisation of layouts
- Basic stock management
- 20 additional users with limited reporting functionality only
Advanced Stock Management
- Minimal stock level warnings with 2 warning points
- Reservation of stock on placement of orders
- Multiple suppliers for every stocked item
- Assisted supply order generation
Learn more about what KicoDraw can do for you