• Summary of Optimization Results

In this table, you will be furnished with general information on project features, the number of required pieces, the number of substituted pieces, the number of required standard lengths, and the number of evaluated patterns for cutting,

Fig. 144 – (Table of Project General Information in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)


  • Summary of Layouts

This table presents general information on each standard length together with its amount used and the remaining part.

Fig. 145 – (Table of Information on Each Standard Length of Raw Materials in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)

  • Stock Details

This table presents compact information on the required standard lengths. In fact, this table serves as your shopping list.

Fig. 146 – (Table of General Information on Raw Materials in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)

  • Part Details

This table presents information on the required pieces with regard to their dimensions, number, name, and the number of substitutions. In fact, this report states what you had wanted.

Fig. 147 – (Table of Dimensional Information on the Required Pieces in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)


It is necessary to note regarding this table that in case the software has been responsible for cutting pieces larger than the standard length and it has done that using System Solving, the number of each item’s subsidiary pieces has been put in  brackets [ ].



  • Layout Details

This table states each layout’s information independently and serves as your cutting plan. An independent report is prepared for each standard length and the piece cutting process can be done by the aid of that.

Fig. 148 – (Table of Each Standard Length of Raw Materials’ Layout in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)


For instance, the report above mentions that there are 34 cutting layouts in Nesting operations of the project pipes in whose 12th layout (with L=6000 mm), there are included  two pieces of 24” Sch.20 with material SA-106 Gr.B.6 and L=2400 mm as temporary related to Item 80-D-4802 as well as one part with 1180 mm as off-cut.

The cutting space for each cut has been ten millimeters, which is stated as Loss per Cut in Summary of Optimization Results table.



  • Offcut/Drops List

This table includes all the extra pieces which might come in handy (be used) in future.

Fig. 149 – (Table of General Information on Waste in One-Dimensional Nesting Report)




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