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Sysmac Studio IDE Very Slow

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Hi.

I have a decent workstation I work on when i do my programming.

I have been using Sysmac studio for couple of years now and I have always notice it that sysmac studio is very slow.

 

Have you guys notice that sysmac in general is slow ?

/Best regards.

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I don't have any issues when on my workstation in the office. I do notice a difference when I am programming onsite with my laptop. Even then though, the programming itself is fine, it's only things like build/rebuilds, simulations etc that seem to take a bit longer to perform (or it might just be my perception :shrug:). That said, my workstation and laptop are higher end machines by most people's computing standards. Laptop is a lower end gaming laptop (can't recall specs off the top of my head, but it's one of the Asus Tuf Gaming series), and my workstation is designed for the 3D CAD work I typically do when I am not programming (Xeon CPU, 32GB RAM, PCIe SSD).

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yep the offline coding is pretty ok for me.

but when I start sysmac and open my project it is super slow.

Online programming such as synchronize,rebuild,downloading,uploading whatever I do online. is slow.

When making HMI programming, etc switch between object properties is a disaster for me.

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What version?  I've run 1.44 on a 7 year old computer with no real speed issues.

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My project is quite heavy and I have to deal with constant lag and slowness while navigating specially through HMI windows. It is becoming a real problem since I cannot afford to get a better comp. Version 1.43

I would like to know if there's any way to liberate load to the project.

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Iam running 1.44.

@Artz I agree with you.

In your sysmac project is there Safety,PLC,HMI into one file ?

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12 hours ago, Lipton said:

Iam running 1.44.

@Artz I agree with you.

In your sysmac project is there Safety,PLC,HMI into one file ?

Hmm, what do you mean? The project is constantly exported into one file every so often, but I open it through the sysmac saved projects. Both controller and HMI are in the same project.

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11 hours ago, Artz said:

Hmm, what do you mean? The project is constantly exported into one file every so often, but I open it through the sysmac saved projects. Both controller and HMI are in the same project.

I wonder if in your application/machine running the HMI's in a seperate sysmac projectfile and the PLC in a other.

for example HMI is one smc2 file, the plc's are another smc2 file, if you use the NX-CSG320 then that is also a smc2

and your application is total 3 smc2 files.

/Regards

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20 hours ago, Lipton said:

I wonder if in your application/machine running the HMI's in a seperate sysmac projectfile and the PLC in a other.

for example HMI is one smc2 file, the plc's are another smc2 file, if you use the NX-CSG320 then that is also a smc2

and your application is total 3 smc2 files.

/Regards

Multiple projects make it more difficult to manage, and kinda defeats the purpose of an integrated environment...

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I agree with Crossbow and would advise against trying to have the HMI and controller in different projects

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Yes I also want only one project all in one and gets the pros of integrated enironment. It is a very nice feature but when your automation projects get larger in will increase the openning time of project.

/Regards.

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