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With the increasing volume of calculations being saved and shared in our Axle Weight Calculator, the time has come to make managing these calculations more straightforward.
Managing Your Saved Calculations
Now you can organize your saved calculation into folders, making large volumes of calculations easier to organize and find again later. The calculation description has been expanded to 100 characters, allowing you more flexibility with your naming convention, and making it easier to distinguish between similar calculations.
You can share calculations in edit mode, for deeper collaboration with colleagues and customers. This means you and a collaborator can make changes to the same calculation, without the need to create a copy.
More Organized Sharing
Shared calculations are now grouped by the person who shared them with you. When you’re done collaborating, you can now opt-out of your permission to collaborate on calculations created by others.
Drag Bodies Vertically
Bodies can now be dragged vertically as well as horizontally, using your mouse pointer. This is a powerful visual aid when positioning a body on the truck.
Dragging fast or slow
You can change the increment used when dragging items like bodies, payload & equipment, by updating the Length Increment in Settings.
Lift gates can now be added to all body types, without restrictions.
You can now change the tire radius of pusher and tag axles. This will enhance the graphical representation of your truck when you generate your report.
Additional Notes on Reports
We have created a dedicated ‘Additional Notes’ section on the PDF report, to make your additional notes stand out, and have expanded this to 4,000 characters to cater for more information.
More Contextual Help
We’ve add lots more contextual help, in the form of field tooltips, throughout the app. This will help you to understand the input fields better, providing answers to your questions right where you need them.
To help our loyal customers and followers make the most of downtime during the global pandemic, we have been running regular webinars on Calculating Axle Weights. To see recordings of previous webinars, visit our YouTube channel here. To register for the next webinar, simply click on the image below:
In this update, we’ve added vehicles from these OEMS, Chevrolet, DAF, FAW, Ford, Freightliner, FUSO, Hino, International, Isuzu, Iveco, Kenworth, Mack, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Peterbilt, Powerstar, RAM, Scania, Tata, Toyota Hilux, UD Trucks, Unimog, Volvo, VW Crafter and Western Star…
…As well as A-trailers, aerial platforms, B-trailers, beavertail trailers, bullbars, compactors, cranes, cross boxes, dump bodies, generators, gooseneck trailers, lift gates, log loaders, mixers, pallets, piggy-backs, pumps, refrigerators, service bodies, and spreaders from
Atlas, BigTex, Buyers, Carrier, Crysteel, Dhollandia, Eicher, FASSI, FAUN, Henderson, Hiab, Holland, Hyva, Knapheide, Lincoln Electric, McNeilus, National, Palfinger, Princeton, Reading, Schmitz Cargobull, Smith Capital Equipment, Serco and Whitlock.
Remember to keep your requests for vehicles, bodies and equipment coming in, as the true-to-life graphics of the standard equipment in the library really do enhance those PDF reports you share with your customers.
Many of these ideas for improving the app came from our users. We consider all of your feedback when deciding which features to add next. Please share your ideas with us. The chat within the app is probably the easiest way to make your voice heard.