In every factory planning project, one is confronted at some point with finding an optimal arrangement of workcenters or production facilities. The SCHWERDTFEGER method is a good starting point. But it is very rough. It does not help in detail. The triangle method according to SCHMIGALLA is more interesting. It is more detailed, but graphically complex to create. With a little coding, however, this can be changed so that the method is really fun.
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Can you program a simple simulation of production processes yourself? This question is explored in this blog article.
How do you automatically create a Excel macro for a work breakdown structure? This is not that difficult and will bring you undreamt-of time savings.
Why not use the work breakdown structure with automatic progress visualization for the project? The work breakdown structure is the mother of all plans in a project. In addition to the structure, it contains performance data, dates, costs and resources.
There is always a lot to do in projects. Time is usually short. Especially when there is no overall project management software available for creating plans or reports. In practice, this usually means boring routine tasks instead of important problem-solving. But it doesn't have to be that way.
If a 8x8 LED matrix audio level display is insufficient for you, I'll show you in this article how to use a small 128x32 display to view an audio spectrum.
If you want to build an audio application with the Raspberry Pi, you will find practical support with the un4seen.com BASS library. In combination with the TMS component for a 8x8 matrix, it can be used to design an interesting audio level display.
Would you like to drive a 8x8 LED matrix with a Raspberry Pi and Lazarus? But you do not know how? Then find a solution proposed in this article.
Guess the number was the first program that I have developed with my son. As a kind of appetizer to kindle the desire for programming.
Those who have children and like to code, sooner or later got the question of how to get the children into it also. That can be a big challenge, because WhatsApp, Minecraft and Co. are hard to beat in interest of the children here.