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Old 14th February 2006, 02:10 PM
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Sorry, I do not have any examples.

Why would you find it hard to believe that a small shop would have work instructions, but they are hand written.

15 years ago, before we tripled in size and computerised our system, all work instructions we hand written and delivered to the machines on paper. It gave details on what tools to use, and which program to call up. I am sure there are thousands of small shops that still operate this way. Why wouldn't they?
Hi Carol, :-) off course I believe you!

I just thought that as a side effect of computerization all papers should eventually disappear. But that was just an "emotion".

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Old 14th February 2006, 05:24 PM
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I just thought that as a side effect of computerization all papers should eventually disappear.
I think eventually, paper will be obsolete, but, IMHO...that is still several years away.
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Old 14th February 2006, 09:01 PM
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..... could you refer me to some application which will generate detailed "Operation Sheet" for the process and will not require you to enter any information about equipment/tools/fixtures/order of operations when you describe the process? This application should work like this:
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.....- when you are entering information into the system, _you never tell the system how to make_ it (I mean in which order what equipment/tools/fixtures to use). You just enter the info about _what should be done_ (80% is geometry and you can get it from the file with drawing)
- you press the button and you get the process sheet ttached above ....


Dmytry

OK, I think I see what you are looking for. And I have not ever seen such a thing.

It would seem to me to have to be some kind of artificial intelligence system.

What you describe is what our manufacturing engineers do with their brains and expertise. I am unaware of any current software that can replace them. Maybe it exists and I am unaware of it. If you can build this, you deserve to get rich!

Interesting!
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Old 26th August 2017, 12:41 AM
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Dmytry

OK, I think I see what you are looking for. And I have not ever seen such a thing.

It would seem to me to have to be some kind of artificial intelligence system.

What you describe is what our manufacturing engineers do with their brains and expertise. I am unaware of any current software that can replace them. Maybe it exists and I am unaware of it. If you can build this, you deserve to get rich!

Interesting!
So? I'm reading this 11 years later, what happened?

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