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Assign MUs to more than one SIngleProc

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hello all,

I'd like to simulate the situation from below, but I could find no solution of my problem so far.

 

There are four MUs - products A, B, C and D, which should be processed through SingleProcs in two stages. Between the two stages there are 4 Buffers (for each Producttype). Each SingleProc in each stage can process a certain product groups, but never all of them. And each product can be processed on more than one SingleProc. So I have two questions:

 

  1. How could I assign every product (A,B,C and D) (MUs) on the respective SingleProcs?

I have used so far this code:

"if ?=TB11

               @.move(BufA)

elseif ?=TB12

               @.move(BufB)

elseif ?=TB13

               @.move(BufC)

elseif ?=TB14

               @.move(BufD)

end"

Unfortunately using “OR” for assigning to more than one SingleProc doesn’t work.

 

  1. How can all SingleProcs process different MUs simultaneously? I need all of them working/occupied all the time using only one MUs list. Or should I have more than one Sources?

Can anyone help me? 

Thank you!

 

3 REPLIES

Re: Assign MUs to more than one SIngleProc

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

You could use the Exit-strategy "MU Attribute". It does not require any coding.


Gert Nomden
Senior Consultant | Tecnomatix Product Manager
cardsplmsolutions.com

Re: Assign MUs to more than one SIngleProc

Experimenter
Experimenter

Thank you, Nomden, but how can I use attribute to assign for instance Prodct A  in stage 1 on  TB11 or TB12 or TB13 and in stage 2 on  TB23 or TB24, which will be later on dependent on setup times?

 

It would be very helpful if you can give me an example.

 

Thank you!

Re: Assign MUs to more than one SIngleProc

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

Here is an example of a the MU Attribute strategy.

 

For more advanced strategies you can write a short Exit-control.


Gert Nomden
Senior Consultant | Tecnomatix Product Manager
cardsplmsolutions.com