Standard Profits: Make2Pack and ISA88
David Chappell is chair of the Make2Pack/ISA88 Part 5 standards development effort, with Complete Manufacturing Automation Associates - LLC, and retired Proctor & Gamble section manager for batch technologies. Help ISA88 committee members increase dialog about, completion of, interest in, and use of Make2Pack. Join in with your comments or questions to help the standard along, on your way to gaining competitive advantage, reducing overall costs by half. David A. Chappell, Make2Pack chair, and other ISA88 Part 5 committee members provide intelligence and specific links for this effort, spanning OMAC, WBF, and ISA standards efforts.
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ISA88 Part 5: State Diagram as an example rather than a normative requirement
As the ISA88 Part 1 work approaches completion it appears that the new procedural state diagram (see the example) will become an example and not a requirement.
As the ISA88 Part 1 work approaches completion it appears that the new procedural state diagram (see the example below that Make2Pack had been working with) will become an example and not a requirement.
As the Make2Pack work evolves I don’t think this will be an issue. I think that our contribution will be how to interact with ANY component.
This involves the command and status interaction and not necessarily the control components that drive the Functional Strategy.
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Posted by David Chappell on March 17, 2010