LOOP reporting ???

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    I'm running version 3.73 Still cannot get a true handle on reporting in 4.1 and was told at the user meeting to get used to it because it is not going away
    I am running a program with five loops of the same part. The first page outputs a header with Part number, Serial Number,Date ,Stats, Time, Date but only on the first loop. This info is missing on the next 4 loops. Is there a way to have all this info on each run. These files are exported as an rtf and then dumped into an Excel spreadsheet for mathmatical verification of an optical path. Obviously they have to be the same or you wind up with unreadable data. The reason for the five runs is to try to get an average value for the hits.
    We are very much pushing the 5.8 Micron envolope for the machine. The powers to be on this would love to see it less than 1 micron.

    Get me a new machine. one with that capability (little rant).

    One other thing I have considered is trying to add all the runs into one long report and having only to deal with one excel program. This has not been accepted as of yet. this is a long program takes an hour to run. and another 5 mins to sort the data out so that everything is the same just looking to save time and have consistency. I missed a day last week and I had to try to explain how to run the CMM over the phone to someone. In bed sick and on the Phone for over an Hour. Now they think there is a new operator: ( , But that person didn't put the data in the order that the MAth Gurus wanted it in and I got a long lecture when I got in on Monday.

    I guess they were off Wednesday and Friday I wasn't (more rant).

    Any help would be Greatly appreaciated. I know some of you guys walk on water in the CMM world
    I do too in the winter when it gets hard.
    Thanks
    Lee
    Tolerance challenged ... Living in the world of unseen lines.

    This software isn't buggy its an infestation

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    I think you can add some comments at the begining of the loop body involving the Part number, Serial number, ...
    PC-DMIS 3.7 mr3

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jimfly View Post
      I think you can add some comments at the begining of the loop body involving the Part number, Serial number, ...
      You mean something like this? I don't know if that is the best answer for a 4head or not, I don't know anything about 4+ versions but that is what I offer.

      Craig
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      • #4
        Originally posted by craiger_ny View Post
        You mean something like this? I don't know if that is the best answer for a 4head or not, I don't know anything about 4+ versions but that is what I offer.

        Craig
        Yes,I agree with you.
        PC-DMIS 3.7 mr3

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