As the product selection is prior to the production it is necessary to define in this selection part the diverse product parameters. The Plausibility Check is one of these and it enables the system to stop automatically or to signal a warning.
TO STOP A PROCESS. TO CONTINUE WITH ANOTHER. TO RESUME THE INITIAL ONE
A special feature of all AMADYNE systems is the option to make Adaptions during the Production process. This is a very reasonable feature and the user wins a great deal of flexibility with it. But there is more to it as flexibility is concerned: to halt a process during production, the Continuation with another Process and the seamless re-uptake of the initial one (see: Continue Production).
This is Where the Production Starts.
Production and Process Parameters are the Decisive Factors.
PARAMETER SETTING MADE EASY.
There are two crucial functions which describe the start of a production: The product and the production parameters. Here the user has got the option to make settings. The way to do it has been created by our engineers as intuitive, thus self-explaining and user-friendly.
PROGRAMS ARE STORED IN THE DATABASE.
The production parameters are described with the help of product specifications and are subsequently stored in a database. They represent a foundation for the execution of programs. The programs sit in a SQL-database which is a part of the system. To get access users choose a window in the software. Programs can be grouped and filtered according to various categorical definitions.
AUTOMATIC CHECKS ARE SELF-EVIDENT. BECAUSE IT’S LOGICAL.
Professional software is always built upon logic control. The more demanding the industry type is the better and broader such controls must be. We are working for demanding industries and so our control systems have to be ambitious anyway. This goes without saying.
THE SOFTWARE KNOWS WHAT’S TO BE DONE. SIMPLY LOGICAL.
Prior to a production start on an AMADYNE system all settings and parameters are controlled by a logical system that checks the plausibility. Small discrepancies cause an alarm, bigger ones impede the start. You can switch off this function (if you exactly know what’s to be done – according to schedule).
Adaptions During the Production Process.
Interventions in to Running Processes? Yes, Please!
Especially during running-in phases of new products this function is very helpful.
FORMERLY A RISK. TODAY A REQUEST.
Any kind of intervention into a production process would (in the past) have been regarded as swimming against the current – just doing silly things! Today, however, especially in the field of microchip assembly this is more or less a requirement. And there is no risk but there is only a benefit.
A REQUIREMENT FROM USERS.
Customers must think in terms of benefits and such interventions are beneficial to a great deal. How come? Halting the system during a process can have a positive effect on the output especially during the run-in of new products. Using this function AMADYNE clients can accurately influence certain parameters without changing the setup in total. Substantial material and time costs are saved this way.
Highest Flexibility for Our Users: Stop, Change, Go and Come Back – Made Easy.
AMADYNE-Systems. Production Unusual.
UNUSUAL VERSUS USUAL TECHNOLOGY.
Successive production sequences may be the ‘normal way’ on certain systems. You produce one set of items from start to finish. The next set (this may be a different kind of product) goes the same – rather usual – way. But technology unusual is possible with our systems. Time and money can be saved when you stop a running process and interpose a different one with different products and different parameters.
IT’S OFTEN THE UNUSUAL THAT DRIVES TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT.
That’s the way we see it. Customers take great advantage of the fact that AMADYNE offers such an intelligent solution. As a precondition our Software produces a report of any single production step so that users can go back where they came from at any time after a production process has been stopped and must be resumed exactly where it has been once left. Summarizing it becomes clear that a machine’s optimum capacity can be reached. Many opportunities are thinkable: time pressure, missing material and component problems.
Prozesse anhalten und andere Prozesse dazwischenschieben. Zum Ursprungsprozess zurückkehren.