Manufacturing tool information is stored in multiple places. ProMfgToolVisit will find all tools defined ina mfg model. ProWcell feature holds tool information for the specific work cell. Using a combination of ProMfgToolVisit and ProWcellToolGet you could get a list of tools which are not in use...
I don't think or don't know ifit is possible via Toolkit to delete a tool from mfg model oncea toolwas created...
You canremove a tool record from the ProWcell featureby applying the usual ProElement functionality: ProFeatureElemtreeExtract -> ProElemtreeElementVisit -> ProFeatureRedefine...
In Reply to Lars Ziegler:
Is it possible to find out which tools in a MFG are not in use and delete them?
I think, I can visit the tools using ProMfgToolVisit.
But there is no function to delete the tool (ProTool).