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simple mu transfer to store

Hello community,

 

i know that these request is very simple but i'm stuck in it for two days and i'm not able to find solution even with helps.

I've to model a store in which i have some materials ready to be milled so, for the moment, i do not need any special list.

As soon as the store is full the MUs start to flow to SingleProc and that's it; pure and simple.

My method is not working so any help is very appreciated. 

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Accepted by topic author francescopoli
‎01-09-2017 04:55 AM

Re: simple mu transfer to store

Hello Francescopoli,

Please find the attached model.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Abhilash Sridhar
Mercedes Benz R&D India, Daimler AG

Re: simple mu transfer to store

Hello Abhilash,

 

and thank you.

It's working and now i can study why it's working.

Thanks again.

Re: simple mu transfer to store

Ciao Francesco,
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Just a suggestion. In the attached model there is a wait(1) statement which may introduce a slight inaccuracy in your output.

I give another version of the model, just for your knowledge. Changing the boolean variable you can observe two different behaviours.

 

 

 

Re: simple mu transfer to store

Hello Alessio,

 

and thanks for your reply.

Is it possible to have the file for version 12.0?

Thank you!

Re: simple mu transfer to store

No,
but I give you a screenshot