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This paper presents a configuration framework for assisting shop floor operators in selecting a suitable hardware configuration from commercially available components. The primary focus of this work is the modeling of process, product, and equipment knowledge, and the design of a configurator tool implementing this knowledge. The configurator takes process and product information as input and derives a list of suitable components for the operator to choose from. The approach is verified throughdoi:10.1016/j.promfg.2017.07.222 fatcat:h372ewql2ffiveffopbimrecyq