Factory Design Suite General Discussion

Factory Design Suite General Discussion

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Klaus-Dieter.Simon
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Message 21 of 29 (338 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

06-29-2012 01:40 AM in reply to: jeff.pek

Do I understand correct?

The version of modz offered for download doesnt' t work with the german version of fds2013?

ThanX

Klaus-Dieter

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jeff.pek
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Message 22 of 29 (327 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

06-29-2012 03:43 AM in reply to: Klaus-Dieter.Simon

That's right.

  Jeff

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Klaus-Dieter.Simon
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Message 23 of 29 (324 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

06-29-2012 06:31 AM in reply to: jeff.pek

Ok, Thank you!

Regards, Klaus-Dieter

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GabrieleGreco
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Message 24 of 29 (303 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

07-09-2012 08:15 AM in reply to: scott.sheppard

Hi everyone,
I'm new with Autodesk and I have downloaded the Project Factory.Modz() from http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/factory_modz/
I have seen all the video tutorial find there, unlike tutorial, i haven't some component as "Teleporter" in my Factory Asset. Where can i find that asset?

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Ion01
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Message 25 of 29 (299 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

07-09-2012 08:46 AM in reply to: Klaus-Dieter.Simon

I ran into this too. It is the "Sink" and then you change the Sink Type in the Factory Properties window.

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GabrieleGreco
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Message 26 of 29 (295 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

07-09-2012 10:31 AM in reply to: scott.sheppard

Thanks Ion01,

It work!!!

I have another question, if i implement a cartesian robot with inventor, i can move it with that Modz? Otherwise i can do that with some program of Autodesk Factory Design Suite?

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scott.sheppard
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Message 27 of 29 (277 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

08-02-2012 07:39 AM in reply to: GabrieleGreco

The technology preview has ended. The team is considering conducting a second preview.



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Message 28 of 29 (202 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

11-01-2012 07:25 AM in reply to: scott.sheppard

A new technology preview is active. Comments a re being accepted over at:

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Project-Factory-Modz/bd-p/FactoryModz



Scott Sheppard
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Message 29 of 29 (159 Views)

Re: Project Factory.Modz() for Inventor available on Autodesk Labs

12-12-2012 08:29 AM in reply to: scott.sheppard

Hi,

 

I've been doing some testing for a logistc warehousing installation.

But i've noticed the conveyers etc are always virtually running when you simulate them.

Is there a way to trigger them with sensors to simulate buffering etc?

Is it also possible to have some kind of the opposite of a generator wich is controlled by a button to simule for instance a machine that pick a box off the conveyer line and see what happens?

 

Additional the integration of a flowchart would be extremely helpful to simulate your proces.

For a small system its easy, but for lager installations you get mad keeping the overview.

 

Grtz

Peter

 

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