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Several tasks in a single SingleProc

Pioneer
Pioneer

Hello.
How do I run two different jobs in the same SingleProc?
Example: I have a proceeding composed of two steps: assembly and welding. First a Worker assembles, and after another comes to welding. How can I do?

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Re: Several tasks in a single SingleProc

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hello Martins,

 

one way would be to use two SingleProcs, one for the assembly and one for the welding.

 

You can give the assembly an entry control which sets the entrance to locked and you can reopen it in the exit control for welding. This way you avoid that a new part is assembled while the real station is still in the process of welding.

 

The exit control for welding should be rear triggered, so you make sure that the part already has left the welding station. (And because it already has left don't use @.move to move the part.)

 

Regards,

Ralf

Regards,

Ralf
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Re: Several tasks in a single SingleProc

Pioneer
Pioneer

There is another way to do it? My system is already saturated with many objects.

Re: Several tasks in a single SingleProc

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

You could split the work in two sub-cycles and change the service list of the machine after each sub-cycle. You could move the part after the first sub-cycle back to the same machine and use the entrance control (before actions) to make the settings.

 

See here a sample for the sub-cycles:

http://www.bangsow.de/detail.php?id=568

 

Steffen Bangsow
freelance simulation specialist  
web: www.bangsow.eu
mail: steffen@bangsow.net