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Default Crane travel For use as process operator

Good afternoon - Can someone point me in the right direction either with an existing example or some advice please? I've used the Crane object to make a vertical CNC mill object and I'd like to use that object to travel to multiple processors and run an animation during the process time. I see though that the crane object is not an object with a default navigator and does not travel to the processor when called only to be used during the process function. What are my options?

As it turns out I'm also finding that everytime I try to add a keyframe in the animation creator for a crane object it locks up and bombs me out of Flexsim? Am I going about this all wrong?

Last edited by Ryan Haferbecker; 01-31-2011 at 04:01 PM.

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