Adding Block Production to a Schedule

Before you begin

  • Ensure you are logged into the Elda(Chrome) Scheduler Application.  See our article Getting Started with Scheduler for more.
  • Navigate to section # for in depth training on the Foam Block Production module.  
  • Follow our article Creating a New Schedule for more on creating new schedule.
  • Follow our article Searching for a Schedule for instructions on locating and opening an existing schedule.

Adding Block Production to a Schedule (Unipod & Best Bar Vic ONLY)

1. Navigate to the sundry tab within the schedule details section of the application.


2. Enter the required foam block code. If you do not know the block code, follow section 3.5 to browse all product codes.


3. Once entered the system will open the Foam Block Production window – For previously entered block codes within an existing schedule, you can double click the line item to open the Foam Block Production window.


4. The system will automatically load the Sheets Tab


5. Within the sheets tab you can enter the required information for the block production, such as;

  • A Customer Code relating to the product/s
  • Quantity
  • Tolerance
  • Length
  • Width
  • Height
  • Description

The below example shows the difference between entering a customer code and/or description.

The other fields will automatically calculate the volume, weight, price etc. once the fields list above have been entered.

6. Once you have entered the breakdown of the foam block production for the selected block type click the line below and select save.

  You can enter multiple block production items for the selected block type within this screen.


7. Select Close to return to the sundries tab – The comment column will give you a breakdown of the sheet production items entered.image171

8. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to continue entering additional block cut sheets

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