v 12.0 Third Party 1
Required Apps Manufacturing (mrp)
Inventory (stock)
Included Dependencies
Technical Name mrp_shop_floor_control
LicenseSee License tab
Websitehttp://linkedin.com/in/openvalue-consulting-472448176
Also available in version v 13.0 v 12.0
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Required Apps Manufacturing (mrp)
Inventory (stock)
Included Dependencies
Technical Name mrp_shop_floor_control
LicenseSee License tab
Websitehttp://linkedin.com/in/openvalue-consulting-472448176
Also available in version v 13.0 v 12.0

Shop Floor Control

 

The following new features are provided for supporting the shop floor control process:

       Workorder scheduling and work center capacity loading

       Capacity leveling with mid-point scheduling

       Capacity evaluation

       Workorder confirmation and actual dates determination

 

 

Workorder Scheduling and Work Center Capacity Loading

Main Features implemented for supporting workorder scheduling sub process:

       when planning production order, workorders Start and End schedule dates are determined based on production order start date and times set in routing; backward scheduling logic has been implemented

       parallel operations (operations with the same sequence) are taken into account; hence parallel operations are scheduled in overlapping with the same start scheduled date

       tool for rescheduling production order has been provided, so scheduled dates are calculated based in the new production order start date

       work center capacity loading based on scheduled dates

 


Routing

       sequence for each activity has to be entered for sequencing properly phases, i.e. workorders, in production order scheduling

 


Production Order

 

       start and end scheduled date are determined on production order level based on scheduling at workorders level starting from production order start date, i.e. deadline start date

       Rescheduling feature is provided for aligning scheduling dates to a new production order start date

 


Workorder scheduled dates

 

       Scheduled dates, i.e. planned dates, determination based on times set in routing in backward scheduling logic starting from production order start date

 


Capacity Loading

 

       Workorder capacity requirement is calculated to be compared with the available capacity in the subsequent capacity leveling phase

       Capacity requirements are determined at workorder creation, moved when changing workorder scheduled start date and closed when confirming workorder

       All the concerned capacity requirements are deactivated when cancelling production order

 

 


Capacity Leveling with Mid-Point Scheduling

 

Main Features implemented for supporting capacity leveling sub process:

       Capacity leveling is achieved by moving workorders over the time so the corresponding capacity requirement is moved also

       After moving workorder, the mid-point scheduling logic has been implemented for determining new scheduled dates for all the remaining active workorders, i.e. in ready, and pending status


       Therefore, all the remaining active workorders are moved in backward or forward scheduling according to if they are preceding or following the concerned workorder

       All the capacity requirements are moved also

       Workorder in progress are not moved

       Closed and cancelled workorders are not taken into account

       Check whether the new mid point scheduling is not compliant the start date of workorders in progress: the scheduling will be interrupted and the old scheduled dates will be restored

       Parallel workorders, with the same sequence, are taken into account also, so scheduled with the same start date in forward scheduling logic or with the same end data in backward scheduling logic


 

 

Capacity evaluation


       Capacity leveling effectiveness can be checked by comparing the weekly available capacity with the capacity requirements over the time, week by week, at Work Center level

       The work center capacity load and the remaining capacity are calculated for supporting the subsequent capacity leveling cycle

 

 

Workorder Confirmation and Actual Dates Determination

Main Features implemented for supporting workorder confirmation sub process:

       new tool is provided for times and quantities declaration in workorder confirmation; it is possible to declare consumption quantity also

       workorder actual dates determination based on times declaration

       production order actual dates determination based on workorder actual dates (on times declaration)

       milestone activity can be confirmed and all the preceding workorders are closes, i.e. canceled

       no milestone activity can be confirmed if any preceding workorder is in progress status

 

Workcenter

 

       indicator to allow partial quantity confirmation (without setting it, the overall production quantity has to be declared in workorder confirmation)

       indicator to allow starting workorder without component availability (without setting it, an error message is issued in phase confirmation)

 


Routing

 

       an operation can be set as milestone

       check no other operation can have the same sequence number with an milestone activity, so no operation can be in overlapping to a milestone one

 

 

Production Order

 

       Scheduled dates are determined scheduling forward starting from deadline start date; the schedule times entered in routing are taken into account and the working calendar set at workcenter level is used for calculating the schedule end date; it is possible to perform this activities several times as long as production order is in planned state.

       Actual dates are determined based on times declaration in Phase Confirmation process: the first start date for the first workorder and the last end date for the last workorder are determined

 

 

 

 

Workorder

 

       actual dates determination based on confirmed times

 


Phase Confirmation


       It is possible to enter the lot for finished product and for its components also.

       Check to forbid partial quantity confirmation

       check to avoid starting workorder without components availability

       check to avoid to confirm produced quantity more than production quantity

       check to produce quantity already produced by the previous workorder; for milestone activity this is not checked because it is possible to confirm a milestone activity and closing all preceding ones

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SAME MRP II ?
by
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ FAJARDO
on 2/23/20, 7:42 AM Confirmed Purchase

Is this module the same of ERP II from ODOO ? Regards