Conduct guided planning and detailing for complex assembly tasks and production lines with a focus on the different technologies and manufacturing features used to create an assembly.
Start the planning process in the line planning view, where parts are distributed to stations and the flow between those stations is defined in a modern PERT viewer.
To better understand the distribution of parts, the assignment status of each part and assembly is displayed with an assignment indicator directly in the graphic viewer, identifying the parts based on their status. Display the visual buildup of the product in the assembly line as a result of this work.
Take advantage of all the required layout functions while using the embedded Teamcenter software classification to access standard resources.
Focus on the factory itself while the product is temporarily blended out. This view offers many ways to define a rough layout or a detailed layout with exact measurements, leveraging utilities like connectors to quickly and easily position components within the factory layout.
Detail stations with only the content of the station displayed, including the equipment, the parts and sub-assemblies, and the manufacturing process required for that step in the assembly sequence. The parts and sub-assemblies are automatically positioned in the desired fixture in each station.
Use advanced feature search to identify which features need to be worked on and distribute them as required. Recognize the different operation types for creating the process flow in the station using the available Gantt viewer. Distribute features, parts and resources to the operations and define variants.
Leverage guided planning and detailing for complex assembly tasks in an intuitive user experience using NX software.
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