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Re: Setting up long leadtime operations in OW Mfg and Product

hsiao_te_wang

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Re: Setting up long leadtime operations in OW Mfg and Product

Hello T.G.,
I thought I have the pretty similar case with you but
up to now, I do not see any problems critical.
Could you further explain what you mean multiple WOs
can not reside in the same work center at same time ?
John
<TYOON@doosan.com> ªº¶l¥ó¤º®e: > Dear colleagues,
>
> I am currently working for a OneWorld client in the
> refractories industry
> and regarding the
> implementation of manufacturing systems for the
> client I have some
> questions that somebody
> on this list might shed insights.
> The client is implementing all the three major
> systems of Financials,
> Distributions, and Manufacturing
> of J.D. Edwards OneWorld.
> The issue that I want to have input from you is
> related to the setup of
> manufacturing leadtimes for some of
> the operations in the manufacture of refractories.
> The typical refractories manufacturing process
> involves use of kilns
> (tunnel kilns and/or shuttle kilns) for
> the burning or drying of the refractories after
> shaping of the refractories
> on press machines.
> The problem is, the burning or drying operation in
> the kilns usually takes
> more than 24 hours and the
> work orders that are operated in the kiln are always
> more than 10.
> This means that you can not set up the real duration
> time of the burning or
> drying operations for the
> refractories in the OneWorld manufacturing system.
> If you setup the
> operation time of the kiln as it
> takes in the real world, you can not have a
> realistic schedules for the
> operations in the kiln because,
> although multiple WOs can be at the kiln work center
> at the same time, you
> can not assume multile
> WOs residing in the same work center at the same
> time in OneWorld
> Manufacturing system.
> I tried one turnaround for the setup of the
> leadtimes for burining
> operation using a surrogate operation time
> short enough and waiting time long enough to cover
> the real operation time
> by adding up the two leadtime
> factors. This made the results of scheduling look
> more realistic but this
> turnaround also had the problem
> of making the operation time of the kiln look
> unrealistic. This turnaround
> leaves the problem of
> unrealistic product costing system setup and
> resultant disability of
> reporting the real operation times for
> the kiln work centers.
> If anybody on this list has an idea to shed on this
> issue, it would be
> heartily appreciated.
> Any idea that can solve the issues regarding the
> Manufacturing system setup
> and Product Costing
> system setup for this case is welcome. If you have
> any experiences
> implementing OneWorld Manufacturing
> system for refractories industry or similar
> industries, please help me.
>
> T.G. Yoon / Application Consultant, CPIM
> Doosan Corp.
> tyoon@doosan.com
>
>
>
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