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Reaction Plan Editor -What the Engineer Uses
The end goal of the Reaction Plan Manager is to create a document with instructions on how to fix the process. This is done by taking an
existing document and inserting command blocks. Command blocks are
simply place holders for text that will be placed into the document when the plan is run and presented to the user.
The editor has 3 major areas used to create a
reaction plan (color coded at right for clarity):

Command Editor Window
gives the engineer tools to edit and debug
command blocks.

Reaction Plan Document
This is the window showing the layout of the
blocks and their physical placement.

Data Window
This is the window showing the actual part
data that was imported from QC-CALC. The
Data Window holds both the live data and
offers additional data sheets to perform
calculations similar to Excel.
Wizard Buttons

Convenient wizards lead you through the
steps to build typical command sequences.
Buttons exist for the hole pattern analysis,
dimension information, and statistics
Your engineer will use the Reaction Plan
Editor to build a Reaction Plan containing the
instructions the operator needs based on the
various changing conditions in your process.
Debug Tools

A convenient debugging tool allows you to
step through your logic one command at a
time. By doing this, you can easily tell how
values are being calculated and where they
are being placed.
Dimension Information Tools

These tools allow you to evaluate a
dimension with a handful of commands,
show the correction amount, and customize
the operator instructions based on
dimension acceptability.

The Editor contains a library of powerful
program tools to analyze and manipulate
the data, create custom algorithms, or use
canned tools. The final result is a Reaction
Plan explaining the necessary
adjustments with text, calculations, and
Pattern Fitting Tools

These comprehensive tools evaluate hole
patterns (shown at right) using data from
multiple parts. Perform “Best-Fits” to
accurately pinpoint pattern adjustments. Do
“what if” simulations to experiment with
different pattern adjustment values.
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