In layers …
MultiPack calculates a list of optimum layer patterns for the given package and storage space dimensions on the pallet. The user can choose the solution that best meets their needs from these suggestions. In addition, they also have the chance to create stable composite stacks by rotating or mirroring a layer pattern or by combining various layer patterns. Incidentally, MultiPack can also automatically suggest a favourable composite version.
To allow the user to check whether a pallet has been loaded suitable for transport, MultiPack can visualize and print out the position of the pallet slats beneath the packages and the join between two layers. If several full pallets are stacked on top of each other the user wants to know the position of the skids of the upper pallet that stands on the top layer
of the lower pallet. This information is also provided by MultiPack.
When loading a pallet with packages that have the same vertical orientation in each layer, the available storage space is often not put to the best use. If layers with different package orientations are possible on account of the nature of the packages, MultiPack generates corresponding combinations and thus allows a better use of the storage space. The user can view and print calculated pallet loads as top views of layers as well as side and 3D views. Documents for production can thus be generated in a matter of seconds.