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Grafcet (Sequential Function Charts) diagram shapes stencil and template
for Microsoft ® Visio ® 2003/2007/2010/2013/2016/Visio for Office 365, Omnigraffle Pro and ConceptDraw Pro

Grafcet diagrams

Grafcet diagrams (or Sequential Function Charts) are used to illustrate and specify the operation of reactive systems.

These stencils (both metric and US units) contain shapes and symbols for creating Grafcet diagrams very quickly within Microsoft Visio.
All the shapes glue together nicely, Transition and Action shapes should be dropped in the middle of the flow line, Branch Start and Branch End shapes have connection points set up for up to four branches, if more branches are needed then you can just add a new Branch symbol alongside.

DescriptionFileVersionDateSizeDownloadWorks with
Grafcet for Visio msi file Visio_grafcet_2015_04_10.msi 1.1 11th February 2017 332kB Download now Visio 2003/2007/2010/2013/2016.
Grafcet for Visio zip file Visio_grafcet_2015_04_10.zip 1.1 11th February 2017 29kB Download now Visio 2003/2007/2010/2013/2016, Omnigraffle Pro and ConceptDraw Pro.

grafcet stencil

Example Diagram

A very simple example diagram.


Grafcet diagram example


This software works with:

  • Microsoft Visio 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 (any version, Standard, Professional or Premium) and Visio for Office 365.
  • ConceptDraw Pro on Mac OSX and Windows.
  • Omnigraffle Pro on the Mac and iPad.

Comments:

realname: Mauricio
message: Visio_grafcet_2015_04_10.msi
Running Visio Pro 2016 and Windows 10
The text of the Transition shape is overlapping the shape. I think the text should be just to the right of the shape or allow a repositioning.

Reply
Use the Text Block tool to move the text to the required location.


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