Make Your Job Easier with My Pages – Our Machinist App & PortalThe Seco My Pages environment is a versatile online platform that offers various services, like quick quotations, effortless product searches or tool recommendations. It enhances your experience by providing a centralized space for easy access to critical information.
Search on the Seco website Home page to find comprehensive results, from tooling, technical articles and videos to press releases, events, news and website pages. The Product Search portlet in your Seco account works similarly to provide you with tooling results. It gives you all the options that respond to your search terms.
Do you want quick access to Seco products for a specific job, a new application or a future project? The Product Search portlet within the log-in area shows you all the products that match your criteria.
Enter a product number to search for a specific tool.
Type in a basic description to search for multiple options.
Widen or narrow your search based on what you know and what you find.
Review complete data about individual tools.
Check prices and verify what's in stock.
Find out how soon a tool can ship to you.
Make the Product Search portlet your destination for searches that concentrate on exactly what you need when you need it.
When you know part material and application but aren't sure of the best tool choices, turn to Seco Suggest. It's ready and waiting to help you any time you need cutting tool advice.
Suggest provides a comprehensive online resource to help you choose the right tool for every job. It's backed by more than 80 years of metalworking experience – and it's completely free to use. Suggest pulls together complete data about thousands of Seco products in one convenient location.
Simply enter the information you know about the job, and Suggest replies with recommendations. The more information you enter, the more precise and customized your results. Default values in every entry field help you get started.
Adjust input data at any time. Add or remove filters. Switch between metric and imperial measurement systems. Sort and compare products onscreen. Save your results, share them or print them out. With a few clicks, you'll have specific, workable results you can use to select the right tooling for your job. Whether you want tooling for a specific part feature or a particular tolerance, you can find it in real time.
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You depend on specific tools to handle your production workflow. And, tracking Seco product updates helps you always know which tools to use. Our Product Range Update portlet keeps you up to date on Seco product launches, changes and discontinuations that affect your shop.
We highlight every tool you've purchased. If we've discontinued or updated a tool that you've purchased in the past, Product Range Update suggests alternatives. In fact, before we make these changes, Product Range Update alerts you via e-mail and on the portlet.
Along with up-to-date information about your past and frequent tool purchases, Product Range Update provides an easy way to search for specific types of tools so you can look for new, updated or discontinued products. Once you've completed a search, sort and export your results and messages in spreadsheet format or as a PDF file to use the information separately. Or print out your data for convenient reference.
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You're already accustomed to using online "favorites" to identify things you like, from books and movies to apparel and shoes. The Favorite Tools portlet takes that familiar consumer "like" and applies it to Seco tooling.
Search for tools to tackle a new job or to try a new approach to a familiar application. When you find a product that you want to learn more about or remember to order, click the star by its name to add it to your Favorite Tools list. Use these favorites to pull together a selection of options. Mark items you order regularly or identify tools you want to investigate further.
Favorite Tools shows you the entire list of products you've liked. While you scroll through your selections, you can add notes to capture thoughts and ideas about each one. You can access your list when you're logged in to the Seco Assistant app. If you change your mind about a tool or want to remove it from your Favorite Tools lists, simply unclick the star. Share your list to make tool selection easier within your shop
Now it's easier than ever to find your favorite Seco products quickly and efficiently. Favorite Tools tracks them for you in one convenient online location.
Take the tedium out of tool re-orders with the Orders portlet in your Seco account. Once you sign in, you can see every Seco order you've placed – and purchase any item again with a few clicks.
Put an end to questions about what you've ordered and when you ordered it. The Orders portlet lists your complete purchase history in chronological order. Search for specific orders by date or product type. Verify tool quantities as well as sizes and other specifications.
Whether you simply want to review your tool purchase amounts for a specific year or see whether you've bought a particular tool more than once, the Orders portlet gives you the full picture. The data you see in Orders always stays up to date with your full purchase history. Now you can spot patterns in your orders that help you plan ahead for inventory control and production efficiency to implement those findings in inventory systems, for example.
Whether your shop is large or small, you need an efficient way to track your tool orders. In a busy shop with many jobs and multiple tool orders, anything less than a straightforward tracking system takes too much time away from other tasks.
Now you can track your Seco orders from the moment you make a purchase until the package arrives at your shop. Simply log in to your Seco account and check the Order Tracking portlet to see order progress from start to finish. View all your open orders in one place. Track the details all the way to your front door.
Order Tracking offers additional benefits. Consult your production schedule, order the applicable tools and know that they'll arrive before you need them. See every aspect of your tooling orders in one cohesive list. That's the versatility and control you need for production efficiency.
With eight decades of machining and manufacturing industry experience, Seco continues to accumulate a vast library of reference data, knowledge articles and other important facts. On the Links portlet, we share important information that can help you raise your machining IQ.
Check out the Links portlet regularly to find new ways to learn. We constantly add new items to the Links portlet so you can broaden your machining horizons and look for new solutions to manufacturing challenges for your shop.
Seco Standard Material Groups (SMG) help you define and understand tool and workpiece materials. Instead of categorizing materials by how easy they are to machine, SMG identifies them by type, capabilities and characteristics. And the Seco Standard Material Viewer portlet provides a filtered view of materials to help you find where your job fits.
SMG helps you learn more about materials' behavior: How they interact with tooling, how to process them and how to adapt cutting data to work with them. The Standard Material Viewer portlet makes it easy to understand the complex ways in which materials and machining operations work together.
Some materials behave differently after they're annealed, quenched and tempered. The Seco Standard Material Viewer cross references them in more than one SMG group when they belong in more than one place depending on their processing status. In every category, you'll find reference materials to help you decide whether and how to adapt cutting data.
The universe of tool and workpiece materials has expanded in recent years with high-tech additions to the roster of familiar metals. In every industry, manufacturers face a long list of materials that grows by the year. So how do you keep up with all the advanced alloys and challenging workpieces, not to mention all the new tool materials?
The Material Library portlet helps you do just that. It tracks all the Seco Standard Material Groups (SMG) and shows you where the parts and tools for your next job fit in. It also helps you learn more about how to cut individual materials and when to use specific tools.
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You can search for materials and identify the SMG that includes them. But that's not all you can do on the Material Library portlet. Once you locate materials that are important to your production workflow – or the jobs you hope to acquire – save them in the portlet for future reference and use them throughout the Seco portfolio of digital services.
Explore the growing roster of machining materials and elevate your ability to approach new projects. With the Material Library portlet at your service, your understanding of new materials is just a click away.
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