Note: This task has an increased level of difficulty, which is why it is intended for advanced users.
In Task 1.1 you added Station_26 for capacity reasons. However, this did not take into account that the material areas need to be reduced by 50%. Currently, the width of the material area is 2.00m.
Open the Layout Editor again and click on the material areas of Station_26.
Enter 1.00m per side to reduce the material surface. You can then drag and drop the material surfaces to the work surfaces.
You have presented the planning progress to your supervisor and the foremen, and it was discovered that the current planning scenario does not yet take into account that there is still an inaccuracy at Station_06. The rear spoiler of the RS Deluxe variant has recently been screwed on instead of glued. Material and process were already correctly adjusted in the system, but the tool (Allen key) was not correctly documented. Therefore, a tool pickpoint was not automatically created in ipolog as usual. For this reason, you will add a working point manually in the next step.
Open the Layout Editor again and click on "Add a new workingpoint." Name this working point "Allen key_Station_06".
Place the working point on the tool cart at Station_06. Make sure the working point has the following coordinates.
Next, open the Assembly Process Editor to assign the tool pickpoint. Under the "Description" tab, filter for "Attach rear spoiler."
Click the arrow next to the column caption to filter in the table.
Then switch to the "Property" view. Here, select the "Tools" tab and then "pick".
Alternatively, select the "select pickpoint" button and select the created worker point and confirm the selection.
You have successfully linked the worker to the PickPoint.
Save your progress.
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