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by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 23 January, 2024 - 16:46
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues
Replies: 5
Views: 14933

Re: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues

Good to hear that the performance has improved.
If you use the ExcelActiveX atom to copy the data, you can select the option in the Tables tab of the GUI. It is named 'Use seedy option for data transfer'. If you check this, it will write the datablocks to excel.
by MatthijsJongboer
Thursday 30 November, 2023 - 10:55
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues
Replies: 5
Views: 14933

Re: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues

I had a closer look at your model and attached an empty excelsheet for writing. The sink performs 7 writes for 1 entry so 49k writes for the 7000 products entering. This communication will slow things down considerably but for the test I did, it took 42 seconds. Your comment: "I am automaticall...
by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 14 November, 2023 - 15:58
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics Atoms
Topic: corner transfer product visualisation
Replies: 1
Views: 13480

Re: corner transfer product visualisation

Hello tvdv, Welcome to the InControl Community. I see what you mean. Somehow, the product dimensions stay unchanged but the visualization icon is blown up. A quick fix is to change the visualization of the product. If you disable the 'Show 2D Icon' and enable 'Show color'. This will allow the correc...
by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 31 October, 2023 - 15:52
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues
Replies: 5
Views: 14933

Re: Low CPU utilisation and performance issues

Hello Rico, I tested your model and received the warning that I have no excel attached. But without excel, the model runs 3520 hours in under 2 seconds. My laptop is pretty good but even with a slow PC, I think it should takes seconds; not 1,5 hours. I see you write to excel when products enter the ...
by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 14 June, 2022 - 12:21
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: case study: the bus station
Replies: 3
Views: 11033

Re: case study: the bus station

The tutorial is available in the software through the menu under Help | Basic Tutorial.
You can also find it in the installation folder in the subfolder Help. The tutorial filename is Enterprise Dynamics Tutorial.pdf.
by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 14 June, 2022 - 12:10
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: case study: the bus station
Replies: 3
Views: 11033

Re: case study: the bus station

Hello Shio, The case studies are part of the materials used by teachers to teach simulation. I assume you have been assigned this case as part of your study? What I would recommend is to follow the tutorial first. This will explain the basics of the software and also come with a set of free tutorial...
by MatthijsJongboer
Wednesday 23 March, 2022 - 10:47
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics FAQ
Topic: AMD display adapter generate Access Violation when starting software
Replies: 0
Views: 38987

AMD display adapter generate Access Violation when starting software

We see some users who receive an access violation when starting the software. The error throws an error window and the error monitor. The error window looks like this: Screenshot 2022-03-23 103303.png The error monitor displays the text: Access violation at address 0000000000000000 in module 'ED.exe...
by MatthijsJongboer
Tuesday 22 March, 2022 - 17:18
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics FAQ
Topic: Free download results in "Your link has expired" message
Replies: 0
Views: 25579

Free download results in "Your link has expired" message

When you fill in a form on our website to request a free-of-charge version of our software, you receive an email with the instructions on how to download and install this software. We receive information from users that the link can result in a " Your link has expired " message. We notice ...
by MatthijsJongboer
Wednesday 25 August, 2021 - 15:22
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics 4DScript
Topic: Machine planning
Replies: 3
Views: 13433

Re: Machine planning

Hi Robin, This would mean that you have datasets: 1 for the sequence on a server and 1 for the order the products need to go to a machine. Based upon these datasets, I suggest that each machine has it's own queue. This way you can rearrange the queue so that the first product waiting is the one next...
by MatthijsJongboer
Wednesday 11 August, 2021 - 17:11
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics 4DScript
Topic: Machine planning
Replies: 3
Views: 13433

Re: Machine planning

Hello Robin, Your schedule has listed the machines with the products to be processed. Is this order also a requirement? So, on machine 1, must the order of products passing through here be 5, then product 4 and so on? If that is not the case, I suggest to make the products leading in your schedule w...