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As clusters are assigned to work stations based on their secondary priorities, a possible consequence is that another tool cluster (say, cluster B) may, through a higher primary priority work string than that in the current cluster (say, cluster A), demand access to this manufacturing work station if no other work station is available.
In order to provide greater workpiece routing flexibility when a manufacturing work station breaks down, it may be necessary to add or duplicate a cluster set at another work station and thereby eliminate or minimize production delay.
The production strategy is such that a manufactured part (a complete set of work strings) is obtained after a visit to a single manufacturing work station.
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