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OrgaTEX.MES Production and performance management software for textile finishing www.setex-germany.com

Production and performance management software for textile finishing

OrgaTEX.MES Production and performance management software for textile finishing www.setex-germany.com
OrgaTEX.MES Production and performance management software for textile finishing www.setex-germany.com

www.setex-germany.com

OrgaTEX.MES Transparency and resource productivity at your fingertips Making money in today’s textile finishing market
OrgaTEX.MES Transparency and resource productivity at your fingertips Making money in today’s textile finishing market

OrgaTEX.MES

Transparency and resource productivity at your fingertips

Making money in today’s textile finishing market means handling an economic, efficient and versatile production with high speed and quality.

Customers worldwide turn to SETEX for solutions that bridge the gap between machine automation, smart data management and 3 rd party integration, while maintaining open standards that make it easy for facilities to mold SETEX products around their existing workflows.

Production machine supervisor or Manufacturing Execution System – OrgaTEX can cover both. The software suite is composed of scalable modules. Start low and built as you grow to suit continuously the desired level. With SETEX you have one supplier for MES software and machine automation.

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One-stop shop synergies

Top-down or bottom-up: SETEX systems profit from being both. Knowing every single parameter of a dyeing or finishing machine allows smart data handling in the supervisor and MES software.

Evidence-based key-numbers allow

Shortening “Time-to-Market” of the products

Increasing the product transparency and flexibility

Planning optimization

Reduction of downtimes

Lowering production costs

Transparency, consistent documentation and traceability with OrgaTEX.MES make every company secure and profitable. Planning on real-time conditions improve responsiveness and productivity to a maximum.

Management key-numbers

Know-how protection

Lasting investment

Production performance

Resource productivity

Target and plan

Administration key-numbers • Central multi-source information • Wide variety of reports and visualization

Administration key-numbers

Central multi-source information

Wide variety of reports and visualization possibilities

Analysis of production, efficiency, downtimes, shifts, …

Standardization

Energy and environment assessment

Energy efficiency (electricity, steam, oil, gas)

Utility management (hot water, water discharge)

Tools for carbon footprint

Process engineering tools

Reports, alarms and extensive data-logging

Bottleneck management

Data copy-and-paste to analysis applications

Fast introduction and knowledge transfer with universal platform

Process standardization

ERP OrgaTEX.MES Production floor vertical integration
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platform • Process standardization ERP OrgaTEX.MES Production floor vertical integration horizontal integration 3

horizontal integration

Dyeing Manufacturing Process development, production scheduling and monitoring 4  Process development The OrgaTEX.MES
Dyeing Manufacturing Process development, production scheduling and monitoring 4  Process development The OrgaTEX.MES

Dyeing Manufacturing

Process development, production scheduling and monitoring

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Process development

The OrgaTEX.MES “Program Editor” program helps you manage all of your process information during the pre-production phases.

The creation and administration of complex dye processes is considerably easier and much more efficiently done on a PC. Repeatedly used process sections (prewash, bleaching, soaping, after treatments) are created as flexible treatments instead of a fixed process in order to be used multiple in many different

dyeing procedures. This workflow leads automatically to few Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) which make everyday optimization easier and increase reproducibility and savings.

Features

Graphical and tabular forms

Temperature/time curve

Variable procedure parameters with formula integration

Dye program editor Automatically generated temperature/ time curve
Dye program editor
Automatically generated temperature/
time curve
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Production scheduling

An interactive and graphical planning system for scheduling with medium and short term outlook and real-time production progress control and visibility.

The online “Batch Scheduler” is an optimal tool to reduce the daily routine work in a dye house office to a minimum.

Features

Electronic planning board

Batch scheduling

Use of templates

Batch can be moved per drag and drop

Deadline monitoring

Preparation and addition treatment processing

Selection and display of production downtime

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Production monitoring

OrgaTEX.MES “Online Status” permits total visibility of machine, process and deviation information. Collecting data and the possibility of real-time interventions during batch runtime at the single machine level unlocks a wealth of detailed data and opportunities that can drive organizational efficiency. All centrally from a workstation in the office – with OrgaTEX.MES you have your manufacturing under control.

with OrgaTEX.MES you have your manufacturing under control. Online status Features • Display of actual
Online status Features
Online status
Features

Display of actual process and machine data (in tables and graphically)

Correction of process parameters

Interventions during unforeseen incidents

Online analysis of the process data

Alarm processing

Batch scheduler
Batch scheduler
Process data
Process data

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product

analysis

resource analysis
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fault analysis
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Reporting and Analysis

Real-time analysis of the process and product related data

Gain practical and usable insight from the potential of your data

Analysis functions based on accurate information can have a positive influence on a successful business strategy and the ROI. If required, our MES System OrgaTEX gathers data from various data sources like connected controllers, interfaces to ERP and dosing systems, dye kitchen, colorimetric and other optional systems. With the OrgaTEX.MES analysis and report management system you have the tool for predefined standardized reports and also a customer and case specific analysis.

Resource analysis

The resource or process related reporting provides information about the machines which have been used to produce a product.

Machine and production utilization including maintenance

Reduce your stock

Down time analysis (bottleneck)

Comparison machine utilization – planned target

Machine comparison

Product analysis

The product related reporting provides information about the products which has been produced.

Right first time quote (number of additions)

Batch report incl. products used and recipes

Targeting versus result for a production (t/day)

Total production costs

Product costs per kg fabric

for a production (t/day) • Total production costs • Product costs per kg fabric  Production

Production overview

Fault/weak point analysis

The fault related analysis in combination with the “Online Status” module is providing the basic data for a weak spot analysis.

Process runtimes

Alarm messages, reports

Consumption of water, chemicals, dyestuff

Problems with dosing, liquor ratio etc.

Comparison of current data with historical data

Tools to increase the productivity in MES

Material- and information streams receive, by the complete integration of SETEX controllers, a measuring instrument that relentlessly shows efficiency losses and the overall efficiency of the complete system (e.g. OEE operating figures):

Statistics incl. real-time logs of the controllers

Identification of deviations and alarms

Evaluation of variances and their causes

Checking the effectiveness of measurements and defined activities (plan, do, check, act)

Documented manual changes (e.g. manual intervention on a dyeing controller)

Historic data (production cost, energy costs, utilization)

Basic data for a performance-based incentive for workers

Linking and combining the analyses

Not every time data is required in real-time. Certain contents will be ascertained and stored manually or in cycles by a superordinate time parameter.

Individually configurable report documents

Manual, cyclic or event orientated reporting

If requested: access to all product and process data for a third party reporting tool

Export to MS-Office

Alarm report Correction report
Alarm report
Correction report

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8 PDA Production data acquisition of downtimes When large numbers of different items are being

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PDA

Production data acquisition of downtimes

When large numbers of different items are being used for different production steps simultaneously, people must manage dozens of requests just in time.

With the SECOM CE based controller generation, SETEX provides an “all-in-one” solution for the acquisition of production up- and downtimes (PDA):

The machine controller is used for both: to manage the machine control AND as a terminal for production data acquisition. In combination with the OrgaTEX.MES PDA module a flexible and fully integrated system is available that automatically assigns the detected stop reasons to the related events and batches. With the support of objective data acquisition, based on up-to-the-minute information and substantial reports, a production increase of 15–30 % can be achieved.

Selection of downtime reasons
Selection of downtime reasons

Controller operation

Easy selection of up to 64 stop reasons per machine group at your fingertips or with hotkeys.

Software options

The PDA module functionality is deeply integrated into OrgaTEX.MES “Batch Scheduler” and “Report- ing”. The batch scheduler history visualizes on-click downtimes and reasons. Scheduled downtimes (e.g. maintenance) are inte- grated into the fine planning visualization and allow precise online production planning.

Before After
Before
After

Plant Navigator

A comprehensive tool kit for smart data management

The OrgaTEX.MES “Plant Navigator” module offers a centralized presentation with real-time interactions of several dyeing and finishing machines as well as with integrated supply units.

“How can I increase the utilization rate of my chemical dosing?” “Plant Navigator” can compare a dosing call with the recipe of the next batch and group the quantity automatically to save dosing and preparation time.

Real-time visualization
Real-time visualization

The graphically appearance is customizable in many ways:

Pictures, floor plan

Numerical fields to display machine values

Controller state information also processed by smart data analyses

Batch information (text and parameters)

The synchronized use of resources like HT draining devices, the preferen- tial use of recycled water from the heat exchanger or separate heating of the addition tank – are just some examples where the smart data management of “Plant Navigator” can optimize stan-

dard production processes on the fly. “Plant Navigator“ helps to safeguard the environment and saves cost and energy.

Plant Navigator is composed of

Display tool for real-time visualization of processed information

Formula smart data management for inter- active online machine values adjustment through application specific algorithms

Reporting tool

Plant Navigator visualization tool

Use the opportunity of a transparent production by visualization options provided by a direct interaction with every single PLC. Any value of any machine on one screen allows focused immediate actions. Monitoring on one central place: the users can check on one view that the production performs as defined.

Plant Navigator formula smart data management

OrgaTEX.MES Plant Navigator includes, if desired, sophisticated data analyzing routines for the auto- matic determination of resource allocation. The soft- ware continuously adapts the process values on the machines to the calculated values of the Plant Navigator formulas and corrects the individual program steps during runtime. The algorithms are created customer-specific and can be maintained and adapted directly by the customer.

Formula Management The universal engine for smart data management if … then … else in
Formula Management The universal engine for smart data management if … then … else in

Formula Management

The universal engine for smart data management

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in … case … of

SETEX knows about the challenge in today’s data management for textile dyeing and finishing. OrgaTEX.MES “Formula Management” adds more flexibility with intelligent treatment parameters, look-up tables and rules which interconnect all available data – online and offline – for individual specific requirements.

Predefined groups, already containing the necessary parameters, will be helpful during the creation of formulas. The functionality can be completely configured according to your requirements. Working with formulas noticeably reduces the number of procedures and treatments in the system and at the same time increases the variability in using the particular treatments. Just work as a finishing specialist is used to.

Flexible use

The batch length automatically sets the machine winch speed and pump pressure

The color recipe automatically selects the best production treatment

Number of rinse cycles is chosen by the salt concentration

Reports based on complex structured data

Energy usage designates the machine to be used

Manual inputs on the machine controller will be assigned to the batch (e.g. pH)

Predefined rule areas

Program Editor

Recipe

Reporting

Plant Navigator

SECOM data request

Formel Editor
Formel Editor

Return on investment

Up to 15% production cost savings have been reported through shortening batch runtimes, chemicals and energy savings and production process maintenance and optimization.

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Energy Management

SETEX solutions for an energy-flexible production in textile finishing

An efficient energy management in the textile finishing field goes far beyond the simple logging of energy con- sumption. SETEX “Energy Management” solution permits the short term adaption of the production related energy demand depending on the availability of electricity, gas, pressurized air and steam.

SETEX “Energy Management” solutions contain on- line machine data as part of the energy values and therefore support parts of the ISO 50001 require- ments. Additionally, production processes will be actively adapted in several levels:

1. In real-time on the controller/PLC of the machine

2. As central energy control terminal of a department

3. Function comprehensive OrgaTEX.MES “Energy Management” modules

Comprehensive approach

Our individual solutions will be projected according to the desired energy related need of action. The methods used to control and optimize the energy usage integrate actively the boiler house, the dye house, the finishing department and the wastewater treatment, if necessary. SECOM controllers monitor and control consumptions, temperatures, levels, pressure and other necessary parameter on the machine and additional equipment like heat recovery and hot water management.

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Avoiding energy peaks

Via trend analysis of the real-time energy usage the necessary action will be constantly determined: If the “Smart Data Analysis” predicts an energy peak, it starts a matching, alternative process for the short

Customer specific configured SECOM controller visualizes the activities
Customer specific configured SECOM controller visualizes the
activities

term adaption of the energy usage within the defined range of machines in order to avoid peaks and to achieve an efficient production. Alarm messages will be shown, energy intensive progra m steps will be modified, the start of additional machines will be prevented etc.

Smart data management

Our OrgaTEX.MES “Energy Management” analysis algorithms, which support the decision process to prevent peak loads, will be adapted to meet customer specific conditions. The deeply integrated connection down to the machine PLC level permits interventions that could not be realized manually.

OrgaTEX.MES Energy Management KPI parameter
OrgaTEX.MES Energy Management KPI parameter

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Production Recipe Unrivaled access to a fully integrated recipe management For an efficient and consistent
Production Recipe Unrivaled access to a fully integrated recipe management For an efficient and consistent

Production Recipe

Unrivaled access to a fully integrated recipe management

For an efficient and consistent production flow from the color laboratory up to the final inspection, the recipe management and the production procedures are inseparably linked. Especially by using today’s highly integrated technology the productivity in the textile finishing field will substantially be increased, among other things, by the interaction of machine controllers with automatic dye kitchen. Via the integrated management of dye recipes and finishing procedures in OrgaTEX.MES, information and dependencies can be interconnected in an uncomplicated way.

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Adaptable recipe structure

Without much precognition, recipes (dye stuff, chemicals/parameters, text) can directly be created with few mouse clicks in the OrgaTEX.MES “Recipe Editor” and can be stored as reusable templates.

For more performance, procedures can be created from various treatment modules and can be com- bined with the recipe. The result is an efficient management with less standard treatments.

Even more efficient and flexible is the organization with OrgaTEX.MES sub-recipes and variable para- meters, which provide nearly unlimited possibilities in conjunction with the “Formula” module.

Intelligent processing

Using the optional OrgaTEX.MES “Formula” module product quantities can be substituted by rules, which automatically connect parameters with look-up tables containing experience of dyers and suppliers.

Recipe editor Dyestuff library
Recipe editor
Dyestuff library

Results throughout the company

Enhance the process reliability

Enhance the production flexibility

Shorten “time-to-market”

Storage and use of process know-how

Cost calculation and data transfer to controlling

One button click converts the recipe into a batch ready for production

Features

Product data management

Customer/quality management

Pretreatment and washing recipes

Calculation of dye recipes and procedures (single and multi stage)

Color matching integration (optional)

Lab dispensing integration (optional)

Integration with dye kitchen systems (optional)

Stock management (optional)

Dynamic adaptions with the “Formula” module

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Stock Management

Today’s scope of production requires the best pos- sible transparency in order to minimize the stock of dyestuff and auxiliaries. Stock amounts, real-time consumption withdrawals and just in time orders for required products below stock minimum is essential for a continuous and on-time production.

Features

Specific stock conditions (minimum, optimal amount and drum capacity)

Consumption reports with flexible criteria

Stock reservation on batch disposition

Real-time stock update on batch completion

Order list with product amounts below stock minimum

Cost calculation of stock quantities

stock minimum • Cost calculation of stock quantities Stock management  Lab2Bulk Integrating
Stock management
Stock management
calculation of stock quantities Stock management  Lab2Bulk Integrating Datacolor laboratory software

Lab2Bulk

Integrating Datacolor laboratory software modules into OrgaTEX.MES with the Lab2Bulk module has a markedly favorable effect of better processes for maintaining accuracy, transparency and standards from laboratory to production.

Three modules form the interface:

DataSync echos data of quality-fiber-affinity, product and dyes, dyestuff class, combined process reference and customer to keep data synchronized.

LabRecipeImport picks automatically tagged laboratory recipes from the Datacolor data- base into OrgaTEX.MES and auto-selects the appropriate production treatment (process) to generate a complete production recipe.

ProductionCorrection transfers batches with status “sampling” to the Datacolor laboratory software for instrumental production correction.

Online production correction Features
Online production correction
Features

Import laboratory-recipe information to save resources and avoid retyping errors

Auto-assignment to the correct OrgaTEX.MES process or template/treatment combination

Sharing the necessary root data to streamline data handling

Accurate display of the batch colors in OrgaTEX.MES detailed (fine) planning for better sorting

Integrated instrumental production control and calculation of additions with batch list on the Datacolor system

Enhanced manual correction possibilities

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Fabric Inspector

Integrated laboratory unit for measuring the thread/mesh density

A uniform fabric density of woven and knitted fabric is an important quality attribute for retailers as well as for

the production itself:

• Warrants the improvement of color consistency

• A reliable assessment of the residual shrinkage

• Increase of the production yield

The SETEX “Fabric Inspector” is a practical, portable measurement device for the continuous determination

of the mesh or weft and warp density. Main application

for determination of the parameters is straightening,

drying, fixation and sanforizing:

• Simple and fast fabric detection at various places of the production

• Precise weft/mesh density detection using digital picture processing

• Color independent detection

Simple usage

As full-fledged OrgaTEX.MES module “Fabric Inspector”,

it allows the correct measurement of different fabric

and can store the data as fabric input parameters in the quality data management:

• A full quality control provides root data manage- ment with stored batch, reference, article attributes, image and tolerances.

• Detailed visualization and comprehensive reporting tools add value to your process tracing.

reporting tools add value to your process tracing.  Fabric Inspector Production relevant specifications The

Fabric Inspector

Production relevant specifications

The information gained with “Fabric Inspector” can instantly be used for SETEX CamCOUNT systems on production machines:

• Article-specific configuration of your shrinkage/ overfeed control system

• Shrinkage/overfeed towards specific fabric weight (g/m 2 )

Used for the delivery inspection in the laboratory or for the final inspection of the quality assurance – with SETEX ”Fabric Inspector” you will receive a solution that can be integrated into the OrgaTEX.MES network:

• Parameter settings and monitoring/control

• Uniformity of the fabric

• Reproducibility

and monitoring/control • Uniformity of the fabric • Reproducibility  Measurement interface  Tolerance report 14

Measurement interface

and monitoring/control • Uniformity of the fabric • Reproducibility  Measurement interface  Tolerance report 14

Tolerance report

SETEX.OptiWeigh Integrated system for reliable weighing In order to achieve reliable, high level processes, the
SETEX.OptiWeigh Integrated system for reliable weighing In order to achieve reliable, high level processes, the

SETEX.OptiWeigh

Integrated system for reliable weighing

In order to achieve reliable, high level processes, the OrgaTEX.MES module “Weighing” provides a constant data stream from scheduling up to the dye kitchen. In combination with the SETEX.OptiWeigh components the software guides the operator through the color kitchen weighing process: precise, reproducible and documented. It provides quick and easy access to the information needed to ensure the right amounts are prepared. It reduces production cost with increasing “right first time”.

Fully integrated

Scheduled batches are immediately available on the WT2010 scaling station

Fast selection of priority jobs with a barcode scanner

Batch/product status transparent for OrgaTEX.MES

Product consumption feedback to the OrgaTEX.MES stock control module

Working as dyers like

Auto-scale-selection based on product quantity

Applies practical tolerances by scale and product

Graphical weighing process visualization

Bucket identification with partial batch tickets printout

Useful: single products can be weighed independent of batches

Weighing sequence can be paused on priority jobs

Weigh large amounts as container – less the excess amount

Connective

Used with the SETEX.OptiWeigh components

Up to 3 scales are supported

Link to paternoster units with SECOM controls

supported • Link to paternoster units with SECOM controls  Ergonomic designed housing for PC and

Ergonomic designed housing for PC and equipment

 Ergonomic designed housing for PC and equipment  Paternoster Increase the value of your paternoster

Paternoster

Increase the value of your paternoster with a modern SECOM controller and integration into the OrgaTEX.MES weighing workflow:

Weighing process drives paternoster product in pick position

Product identification by barcode

Weighing sequence waits for paternoster confirmation

CDC – Central Dye Kitchen Control For dispensing, dissolving and weighing stations with SECOM CE
CDC – Central Dye Kitchen Control For dispensing, dissolving and weighing stations with SECOM CE

CDC – Central Dye Kitchen Control

For dispensing, dissolving and weighing stations with SECOM CE control systems

Numerous central dye kitchen systems running in modern textile finishing plants worldwide are fully automated with SECOM CE control systems. In combination with the OrgaTEX.MES “CDC” module you get more out of your daily to-do's through automatic capacity utilization control, individual generated dissolving procedures and a close connection to dye machine programs. This simplifies the day to day business and increases the utilization.

Priority management

Time critical requests, like additions for dyeing pro- grams, filling tanks on continuous machines or manual requests will be prioritized automatically. But also with the same priority, calls for chemicals/dyestuff can be split and handled on several dispensing stations in order to optimize the utilization of the facility.

Individual dissolving

Instead of using time consuming, fixed dissolving programs the CDC composes the optimal dissolving procedure for the particular dyestuffs and their quantities. Using OrgaTEX.MES product information, associated values as quantity, temperature and stirring time decide the number of dosing pans and dissolving parameters.

Instant feedback

“CDC” shows the status of all preparations online and provides various solutions to avoid production process delays.

In case of a preparation process malfunction, e.g. tank runs out of chemical, enhanced functionality of

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“CDC” can adjust the running batch program in the dye machine to display and allow manual approach.

Features

• Automatic dissolving program composing

• Priority assignment of preparation processes

• Priority schedule for additions

• Equipment effectiveness control

• Detailed malfunction alarm indication

• Configurable error handling

• Tank administration

• Dosing history and reports

Dispensing calls
Dispensing calls
• Configurable error handling • Tank administration • Dosing history and reports Dispensing calls

Dye Kitchen Systems

Optimized production with OrgaTEX.MES modules and integration

The phrase “savings on chemicals” is most appropriately used with centralized dye kitchen systems due to improved hardware and controlled weighing and dissolving. A reduction of production time however can only be achieved if these systems are integrated into production management systems like OrgaTEX.MES. Otherwise, the de- sired advantage may become ineffective by increased efforts and time for recipe management and manual procedures.

OrgaTEX.MES makes sure that your automated dye kitchen and dispensing systems run exactly synchronized with the program steps of the machine controller, without waiting times and manual inter- ventions. The logic for the side and addition tanks contains also the functionality for batch overlapping preparations and “look-ahead” delivery of the pre- paration calls for an optimal utilization of the dye kitchen systems and no waste of time on machines that are waiting.

Integration considerably simplifies the operation of dye kitchen systems if recipe and preparation data is managed and calculated centrally in OrgaTEX.MES.

Linking dye kitchen systems to OrgaTEX.MES is provided for both departments: textile dyeing and continuous finishing machines in pretreatment, washing, drying and fixation departments.

With dye kitchen integration in place, preparation calls can be realized in different ways:

Via SECOM CE controller on the production machine (discontinuous, continuous)

Request terminal close to the production machine

Manual activation via the OrgaTEX.MES “Batch scheduler”

Features

Providing dye kitchen system preparation data (product, quantity, target tank and request time)

Dye kitchen consumption data feedback into OrgaTEX.MES stock control

Synchronize of error messages between dye kitchen system and production machines

Production additions priority handling by OrgaTEX.MES and dye kitchen system

OrgaTEX.MES CDC Dye kitchen connection 3 rd Party
OrgaTEX.MES
CDC
Dye kitchen connection
3 rd Party

Integration central dye kitchen system with SECOM CE controllers

3 rd party integration

Continuous Production Transparency in the washing, drying and fixation department 18  Process development The
Continuous Production Transparency in the washing, drying and fixation department 18  Process development The

Continuous Production

Transparency in the washing, drying and fixation department

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Process development

The creation and administration of preparation data sets for a large number of article specific machine settings for different kind of machines can easily be realized with the OrgaTEX.MES “Program Editor”. Depending on the machine type, different input screens are available.

Using the OrgaTEX.MES “Formula Management” module, the number of data sets can considerably be reduced with the help of variable parameters (e.g. fabric width) using interconnected look-up tables and rules.

Features

Graphical and tabular editor

Variable process parameter with formula integration

Freely creatable organization structure (tree control)

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Production scheduling

The assignment of correct machine settings or preparation data sets for all batches of the con- tinuous machines can easily be realized by using the “Batch Scheduler”. The graphical online planning board shows transparently the actual situation of all production batches.

Features

Electronic planning board

Batch scheduling

Automatic set time calculation

Batch can be moved per drag and drop

Deadline monitoring

Preparation call to central dispensing system

Selection and display of production downtime (optional)

Batch scheduler
Batch scheduler
 Production monitoring For an effective and centralized monitoring of the machine outfit, OrgaTEX.MES provides
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Production monitoring

For an effective and centralized monitoring of the machine outfit, OrgaTEX.MES provides the module “Online Status” which gives a graphical visualization of machines, process values and batch data. The module supports the creation of user dependent display screens/windows.

Features

Display of actual process and machine data (in tables and graphically)

Correction of process parameters

Manual intervention in case of unforeseen events

Alarm information

Online analysis of process data

Alarm processing

The OrgaTEX.MES “Process Analyzer” visualizes, batch based, all important process data. Printing and storing this data can be used for in-house documentation and optimizing tasks as well as for standards according to the quality norm EN ISO 9000 ff. for 3 rd parties.

to the quality norm EN ISO 9000 ff. for 3 r d parties.  Online visualization
to the quality norm EN ISO 9000 ff. for 3 r d parties.  Online visualization

Online visualization

to the quality norm EN ISO 9000 ff. for 3 r d parties.  Online visualization
Process data
Process data

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Program ditor Server Workstations Thin clients Production floor Bleaching Fixation Dyeing Material flow 20
Program ditor Server Workstations Thin clients Production floor Bleaching Fixation Dyeing Material flow 20
Program ditor Server Workstations Thin clients Production floor Bleaching Fixation Dyeing Material flow 20

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Program ditor Server Workstations Thin clients Production floor Bleaching Fixation Dyeing Material flow 20

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Laboratory Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying
Laboratory Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying
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Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying 21
Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying 21
Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying 21
Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying 21
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Datacolor Lab recipe Dye kitchen systems Sanforizing Final inspection 3 Stock semi finished Dyeing Drying 21
OrgaTEX.MES – IT strategies Clustering, virtualization and terminal services architecture – OrgaTEX.MES supporting
OrgaTEX.MES – IT strategies Clustering, virtualization and terminal services architecture – OrgaTEX.MES supporting
OrgaTEX.MES – IT strategies Clustering, virtualization and terminal services architecture – OrgaTEX.MES supporting
OrgaTEX.MES – IT strategies Clustering, virtualization and terminal services architecture – OrgaTEX.MES supporting

OrgaTEX.MES – IT strategies

Clustering, virtualization and terminal services architecture – OrgaTEX.MES supporting your unique safety and security requirements

Time critical delivery schedules require strategies to bridge the gap during system failures (failover), to generally im- prove the IT service (virtualization) and to simplify the management of applications and computer centers (TS-services).

Virtualizationof applications and computer centers (TS-services). Virtualization can dramatically decrease the operating costs

Virtualization can dramatically decrease the operating costs (energy, space, air condition) as well as mainte- nance and administration expenses for the computer hardware. Additional benefits like simple backup solu- tions, external data storage (iSCASI, SAN,…) as well as secure and fast migration to a new hardware will also be the recommended virtualized infrastructure in the textile finishing world.

OrgaTEX.MES in conjunction with SECOM CE con- trollers are tested and released for the most important virtualization platforms:

• Citrix XenServer from V.6.0

• Microsoft Hyper-V from Windows 2008 R2

• VMware ESX/ESXi Server from V3.5

• VMware vSphere from V4.x

Failover cluster systemsESX/ESXi Server from V3.5 • VMware vSphere from V4.x Industrial production with a high degree of

Industrial production with a high degree of automation and integration is requiring continuous IT availability and a high degree of reliability. High availability systems (HA) where controllers of the production machines will not even notice that OrgaTEX.MES automatically switched to another resource, are provided through redundant cluster systems.

OrgaTEX.MES provides

• Prepared for failover cluster systems

• Resource configuration for database services,

shared drives and background services, to allow

a switchover on all cluster nodes

• Seamless (real-time) failover

• Performance enhancement of the system

• Smart backup solution

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Terminal server architecture

The central access to software and services via terminal server functionality provides also for OrgaTEX.MES simple installation and software updates without the need to address complex distribution mechanisms in the company.

Advantages

• Easy updates – only one instance of the software

is maintained

• Every terminal provides full software capabilities

• Time saving administration by using a centralized concept

• Internet/WAN remote client

Overview

OrgaTEX.basic – OrgaTEX.professional

Functions

basic

professional

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Dyehouse Production

   

Program Editor

Process Analyzer

Online Status

Batch Scheduler

Production Calendar

Batch Report

Alarm and Event Report

Machine Report

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Expert Level Reports

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PDA Production Downtimes

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Plant Navigator

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Production Recipe

Stock Management

Lab2Bulk (color matching interface)

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Formula Management

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Energy Management

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Weighing

Paternoster

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Interface to Dye Kitchen Systems (SECOM controller)

CDC – Central Dye Kitchen Control

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Interface to Dye Kitchen Systems (3 rd party)

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Interface ERP/PPS

Recipe

Dyelots and Consumption

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Interface Continuous Machines

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Continuous Production

– = not available, = included, = optional

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