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Attaching multi bom

setuthill

Active Member
Cannot find the answer in the shop floor manual, is it possible to attach a
multi-level bill of materials to a finished product work order? Currently
we do two work orders, one for a sub-assembly item, then the work order for
the final product. We would like to do one work order incorporating all
bom's, also when we do the super backflush the issues would be done for all
levels... tia... s.e.t.

Seth E. Tuthill
M.I.S.
Anderson Bakery Co. Inc.
2060 Old Philadelphia Pike
Lancaster PA 17602
Phone: (717) 299-2321 Ext 313
Fax : (717) 393-3511
stuthill@andersonpretzel.com
A7.3 C 8 V4R2M0
 

prumschlag

Active Member
You might want to look at using a Phantom Stocking Type (0).

Phil







stuthill <stuthill@mail.andersonpretzel.com> on 01/31/2001 02:27:31 PM

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Cannot find the answer in the shop floor manual, is it possible to attach a
multi-level bill of materials to a finished product work order? Currently
we do two work orders, one for a sub-assembly item, then the work order for
the final product. We would like to do one work order incorporating all
bom's, also when we do the super backflush the issues would be done for all
levels... tia... s.e.t.

Seth E. Tuthill
M.I.S.
Anderson Bakery Co. Inc.
2060 Old Philadelphia Pike
Lancaster PA 17602
Phone: (717) 299-2321 Ext 313
Fax : (717) 393-3511
stuthill@andersonpretzel.com
A7.3 C 8 V4R2M0




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MBrooks

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As indicated by another, use of a phantom will put all components on the
finished goods parts list. You can specify which sequence number to use on
the parts list too. One thing to remember is that you cannot have a
routing on a phantom part.

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Michael E. Brooks
Business Consultant
DataProfit Corporation
Office: 412.201.1592 x 132
mbrooks@dataprofit.com



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You might want to look at using a Phantom Stocking Type (0).

Phil







stuthill <stuthill@mail.andersonpretzel.com> on 01/31/2001 02:27:31 PM

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Cannot find the answer in the shop floor manual, is it possible to attach a
multi-level bill of materials to a finished product work order? Currently
we do two work orders, one for a sub-assembly item, then the work order for
the final product. We would like to do one work order incorporating all
bom's, also when we do the super backflush the issues would be done for all
levels... tia... s.e.t.

Seth E. Tuthill
M.I.S.
Anderson Bakery Co. Inc.
2060 Old Philadelphia Pike
Lancaster PA 17602
Phone: (717) 299-2321 Ext 313
Fax : (717) 393-3511
stuthill@andersonpretzel.com
A7.3 C 8 V4R2M0




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