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by HarryBunnik
Monday 18 February, 2019 - 09:41
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions
Replies: 5
Views: 1035

Re: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions

Ha Louise, The first(c) is referring to the first atom within the c, where c stands for current atom, so in this case the transporter. And the first atom within the Transporter is the product that we want to place. In this case, when the product has a label named step with a value of 1, we know it h...
by HarryBunnik
Monday 11 February, 2019 - 12:07
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions
Replies: 5
Views: 1035

Re: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions

Ha Louise, First, you'll have to combine all and use only one Destinator and one dispatcher. On the Exit side of the dispatcher and on the Entry side of the Destinator you can make a connection to one (currently) or more Transporters. All processes where products are to be picked up are connected wi...
by HarryBunnik
Thursday 07 February, 2019 - 11:32
Forum: Enterprise Dynamics Atoms
Topic: Cycle Time > Results
Replies: 1
Views: 1777

Re: Cycle Time > Results

Ha Radu, Have you considered using a "Data Recorder" atom from the group "Results"? Here you can create a variable to log on the tab variables. I would use option nr. 4: "LeadTime from label" and define on the point where the product is passing first a label on the product ( Label([LabelTime], i) :=...
by HarryBunnik
Monday 04 February, 2019 - 13:29
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Labels and Assembling
Replies: 1
Views: 544

Re: Labels and Assembling

Ha Krzysztof1997, You're rather close. You already use a label "opakowania" in the assembler. However, you haven't assigned this label yet to the product that is entering the assembler through channel 1 (the container in which the other products are packed. I've added a simple formula on the Exit Tr...
by HarryBunnik
Monday 04 February, 2019 - 13:13
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions
Replies: 5
Views: 1035

Re: Advanced Transporter dual function two directions

Ha Louise, When you combine all using only one Destinator and one Dispatcher, the code on the dispatcher allows to sort the incoming orders and divide it over the available Advanced Transporters. Using the SendTo statement of the Advanced Transporter allows you to divide the products over the desire...
by HarryBunnik
Monday 28 January, 2019 - 14:03
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Destroying containers of the Stacker
Replies: 4
Views: 892

Re: Destroying containers of the Stacker

Hello Chiara,

I fear my private message got lost somewhere. I tried to send a message again.

Regards,

Harry
by HarryBunnik
Friday 18 January, 2019 - 14:47
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Out of memory
Replies: 1
Views: 544

Re: Out of memory

Ha Mark4589, That is a bit of a tricky error since it gives no indication at all to what is going wrong. Nor where it goes wrong. That makes giving help difficult. What you might be able to try is to put on the debugger and let it stop on errors. Perhaps that gives a better indication of where the p...
by HarryBunnik
Friday 18 January, 2019 - 14:44
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Turning off input channels
Replies: 2
Views: 676

Re: Turning off input channels

Ha filipeg, You can make a connection from, for instance, incoming channel 2 of server 3 to the central channel (information channel) of Server 1. You can then write on the exit trigger like OpenInput(in(2, c)) which will open the input of the atom connected with incoming channel nr. 2. I hope this ...
by HarryBunnik
Friday 18 January, 2019 - 14:41
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Destroying containers of the Stacker
Replies: 4
Views: 892

Re: Destroying containers of the Stacker

Ha Chiara.

What version of Enterprise Dynamics are you running?

Can you share your model, so I can have a look at what is happening?

Thank you!

Harry
by HarryBunnik
Thursday 03 January, 2019 - 15:10
Forum: Modeling in Enterprise Dynamics
Topic: Link Advanced Transporter and network
Replies: 3
Views: 803

Re: Link Advanced Transporter and network

Hi Jastesem,

That normally means that the position where something needs to be dropped off is not connected with the network. So I would look in that direction.

Cheers,

Harry