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any one knows about how to get cost of machining for each operation and time while machining and other operation

HARSHVARDHANPAN
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any one knows about how to get cost of machining for each operation and time while machining and other operation

how to get lets say time for each operation so you use realtion to get time_for_operation*cost_per_min or something like that.


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Harshvardhan,

Can you explain your requirement in detail?

Looking at this explanation seems you would like to create relations to call total machining time for operation and to use these further for other calculations. If this is correct, you may write relations to get machining time for each sequence and one for total of all. For example, there are two sequences in manufacturing file, write two relations as <Param_name_for_Sequence 1 & 2>=machining_time:FID_## (## is the feature ID) and another relation for toal for both. Check the attached image for the same example.

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Harshvardhan,

Can you explain your requirement in detail?

Looking at this explanation seems you would like to create relations to call total machining time for operation and to use these further for other calculations. If this is correct, you may write relations to get machining time for each sequence and one for total of all. For example, there are two sequences in manufacturing file, write two relations as <Param_name_for_Sequence 1 & 2>=machining_time:FID_## (## is the feature ID) and another relation for toal for both. Check the attached image for the same example.

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