Using the Group Machine to Develop Your Pecs
The group machine also called the cable column machine, is a good exercise for developing your pecs. Sit in the seat, with your back flat against the back rest and your feet firmly planted on the foot pedals for stability, then grip the handles out to the sides, bringing them together at the top to squeeze your chest muscles. This exercise is a great stepping stone to doing pull-ups.
Machine groups are useful when certain local SYSTEM things happen on a machine that you want to affect off-machine resources, like logging software installs pushed via GPO in a central location. You can also create machine groups to manage machine capacity by defining the number of machines of a particular type in a work center and their logistical properties.
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You can view all available machine groups by selecting the Machine Groups List function in Power Automate. You can then use the New Machine Group function to create groups based on any criteria you choose (machine product or part cells, company department, machine types and integration types, or the kinds of jobs/parts that a given group of machines run). Groups ensure that different machines do not interfere with each other and they make it easier to generate unique group-based reports.
In the more informal application of group technology (GT), a foreman in a job shop sequences similar parts on the same machine, overriding formal dispatch lists that are made up with little consideration for efficiency. This saves setup time and makes a group of machines more productive, because it reduces the total number of parts that must be set up in a single machine.