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ASSEMBLY

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hi,

 

I am new in this and my problem is next:

I need to assemble two Entities1 with one Entity2. Source1 produces 12 Entities1 and Source2 produces 6 Entities2, so i need to assemble 6 parts. When i run the simulation it showed me: Load capacity of main MU is not sufficient. I read somewhere that i need to add source container and i try, but assembly did not work.. Do you have any suggestions?

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Thank You

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Re: ASSEMBLY

Phenom
Phenom

some remarks:

 

The error means, that you try to load MUs on a object without capacity. In your case you try to load entities to an entity, this doesn't work.

 

The MU in source1 has to be .MUs.Container, set the capacity of the container to 2 e.g. XDim=2, YDim=1.

 

In the assembly list you only have to define the attached parts (Entity1 - 2 ).

 

You need to check the predecessor of the container (may be it is 2), point with the mouse to the connector, than you can see the number of the predecessor.

 

 

 

 


Steffen Bangsow
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