Electronic "Closet Organizer" with Barcodes, Labeling, MRP Database and Search Engine Software
Includes Datasheets & CAD Libraries with BOM Management
Three Unique Features Help You:
See What You Have
Find What You Need
Never Ever Mix Up Your Parts
Instantly Buy What You Need
Storage for Parts and Kits
Sort and store your engineering parts. Labels and barcodes are easily printed and placed on our custom-made plastic containers. Place your part inside one of our plastic reels, small storage bins (for small parts) or custom made trays. Then attach the printed stick-on label and barcode on the container and you're done. Scan the barcode, and it will tell you exactly what part you have and what kits you have used it in. Or type the part in your database on PartSync and see exactly where to find your part with the easy-to-read labels.
Take advantage of our engineering database along with our off site back up database of your own personal database you will create. Full of datasheets in PDF form for each component you would possibly need. Create BOMs, and build kits from your own personal database. Once BOMs are created, PartSync will generate a list of component footprints used for PCB design setup. Build your own personal database using our generic database as a starting point. Easily move parts out of that database into yours. Or add your own part with information and take the datasheets and footprints from the many that are already at your fingertips to use.
While the PartSync database schema is complex, it is a Microsoft Access database and it can be easily accessed using a variety of tools. Programmers can help themselves for special time-saving functions.
PartSync provides for multiple sources of supply for each part number. Each of the multiple sources have complete vendor and manufacturer name and part number. Each source also includes multiple costing points, typically at some specific quantity. For a given build quantity, PartSync searches for suppliers and finds the lowest cost points that meet the required part counts. An overall purchase list is generated as a .pdf report while a .csv file is generated for emailing each vendor.