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Yup, same as dryer cyls on a papermachine. 
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OLi, I’ve had the great good fortune of never running a route on a paper machine! :-)
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You lucky!
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I run a route on 4 plastic filmlines and same as that its up one side and down the other, so I set the route up that way. 
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Be flexible in your thinking. I do a row of fans and you can’t access every point from one side - you have to go down one side of the row, and come back up the other. So I have 2 routes defined - “out” and “back”. Some of the points for each machine are in one route, and the other points are in the 2nd route.


Yes Rusty, unfortunately you can't have a machine in a route more than once. I put it to CSI but fell on deaf ears. Out & Back, front and rear, op and drive side. same principle. rgds
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Tried that tooo many moons ago but no go....
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