All Categories Creating Production Sequences

Production Sequences contain the Sequence of steps that guide operators with visual instructions, and prompt to capture data from the Manufacturing Process....

published on March 2, 2021

Tascus projects give a way of organising folder locations that production sequences use. When you create a project, you can define the location of all......

published on March 2, 2021

There are 3 options for image editing in Tascus: Classic Image Editor - This is the best option for quick simple markup of a single......

published on March 2, 2021

If you have existing work instructions, it is possible to import these into Tascus to quickly get started with production sequences. Open or Create a......

published on March 2, 2021

This section will explain how to export a sequence from Tascus and how each file will be presented. Including PDF, CSV, HTML and XML format.

published on March 2, 2021

The Parts List defines what product part number can be used to start production sequences. This is the list of part numbers that appear in......

published on March 2, 2021

Steps run sequentially from top to bottom, as defined in the sequence editor window. You can define within the sequence editor whether steps advance automatically,......

published on August 18, 2021

Routings are stored in the PartsList table, and are nested at one level below PartNumbers. They are designed so that users can have different sequences......

published on August 19, 2021

You can define the manufacturing operations that Tascus uses in the Station Editor > Operations tab. Once operations have been linked to a part number......

published on December 3, 2021