This feature requires Downtime enabled on your machine.

Downtime enables users to identify downtime root causes in order to maximize machine productivity.

For more information on downtime please click here.

1. Select a schedule

For more information on creating machine schedules, see New Schedule Creation.

To edit an existing schedule, select the desired schedule from the list displayed, and select the   icon.

For more information on creating machine schedules, see Changing & Editing Schedules.

2. Create “No Production” Shifts

For the desired time periods, create a Non-Production shift and assign it to the necessary time periods. To set no production shift, check the box at the end of the PO column.

Use shift templates to find a pre-made shift schedule to fit your needs. A temp – 2/8/5 or 3/8/5 schedule has built-in shifts for weekends pre-designated as non-production (No Prod) shifts.

3. Apply Assigned Downtime

For more information on downtime, see Performance & Downtime

From the Menu, select Downtime.

From the histogram on the Assign page, find and select the designated No Production shift for your machine.
Use the date selection tools (found by clicking the   icon at the top) on the Assign page to find the specific time frame you’re looking for.
Choose the category Scheduled and code Scheduled Downtime, then hit the   icon to save.

See also:

Assigning Downtime Codes

Shift Schedules

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