We are trying do a ergonomic study on an assembly process in "Process Simulate Standalone v11.1", but while creating Human in the software we are getting an error. Error file has been attached. Looking for solution for the same.
The system configuration is Windows 7 64 bit,8 GB RAM
Thank you in advance
Solved! Go to Solution.
1) Copy the jack.cojt from:
To the location indicated by the error message (in this case):
Define this to be a human model in your project, by invoking: "Define Component Type".
Browse to the Jack.cojt folder you just copied.
Select the type "Human" and press OK.
From now on you should be able to create a human model.
Thank you for the the steps, we successfully executed step 1 but we are not able to execute Step 2. Please share with us the details to "how to Define Components" in "Process Simulate Standalone v11.1".
We are new to "Process Simulate Standalone v11.1" but we have worked on Jack for Human simulation.
Thank you for the steps which explains how to "Define the component type" in "Process Simulate Standalone v11.1".Now We are able to bring "Human" into the study/software by simple drag and drop procedure, but while creating human from "Create Human" option we are still facing the same error. The screenshot of error file has been attached herewith. We request you to kindly share the procedure to solve this problem.
Many thanks in advance
We can set up a remote meeting to look at the issue together.
Feel free to contact me directly: email@example.com, +46 702254 753.
You can also take a look at the attached video.
It shows that the default human "search path" is a function of the Disconnected system root + the Human Options human model path.
Thank you so much for the video file. We are now able to create human via "Create Human" command.
Thank you again.
Hello, I have the same porblem, but I can't invoke the "Define Component Type" command, it's not klickable ;-), what I am doing wrong?
thanks for the fast reply, we are using PS11 in eMS mode. I found the commands, now it's working! Thank you!!!