High demands can only be met by optimised technology and tools that guarantee highest flexibility and constant quality across all planning and production step and constructive details.
The modular structure of the SEMA programs covers all the planning needs in modern timber and prefabricated constructions. Via sophisticated master-data and macro technologies, the SEMA software can be adapted to the special needs of every company and thus all standard production steps can be automated.
SEMA reconciles the high demands in prefabricated construction with a simple concept of operation to effectively and quickly place elements in roofs, ceilings or walls. Automatically created machine data to control prefabrication centers and wood-working machines are a necessity for modern manufacturing processes and goes hand in hand with necessary data collection.
Definitions of one or multi-layered wall or ceiling structures with up to 24 board and/or batten planes. For roof elements, the roof structure can optionally also be taken into account. All drawings, material and machine data relevant for production are created and printed out with their layer reference.
Special designs for windows and doors are created graphically without any further programming and can then be saved in a dimension-variable way. Depending on the degree of detail, areas barred for processings around iron beams and shutter boxes as well as drillings and millings can be filed.
Freely definable corner joints and connections combine all members and layer offsets that are part of the wall with assembly drillings and boards and other individual details. In the same way, element abutments between walls and ceilings or roofs can be designed freely.
Planning two-dimensionally and automatically also generating three-dimensional data is one of the outstanding basic functionalities of the SEMA programs. Company-specific macros create CAD symbols in top view and at the same time machine-specific processing such as drillings and millings in the members and boards of wall view.
The flexible master data structure of the SEMA software standardises and automates individual production processes. Nevertheless, there is always the possibility to subsequently modify or shift boards or timber members or to create them anew. All machine-specific processings such as drillings, millings or the position and distance of the plank nailing can be modified directly in the drawing.
For all construction materials their specific density can be filed so that the actual element weight and the center of gravity can be calculated instantly. In addition, all components transfer their specific data to the material list so that the drawing inputs are always reflected in the results of quantity determination.