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routing Vs rate routing

hi frnds,

whatz the differnce between rate routing and routing...

I knw that rate routing is used for REM.. what are the special fucntion that are avialable in rate routing over the normal routing...

Can we provide a rough production rate in rate routing say 50 qty per hr...

is that possible.....

any inputs... pls help.



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    Aug 20, 2007 at 12:10 PM

    Hi sarvan

    routing is the based on the orders which takes place on discrete manufacturing. Here the order is based on the quantity whereas rate routing is used especially in reptitive manufacturing which is based on time time period. Here the cost is calulated pieces/ hr.

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  • Aug 20, 2007 at 12:16 PM

    Hi Mr.Sarvan,


    1.A routing determines the sequence of individual operations thar are necessary to produce a Finished product.

    2.A Rotuing contains operations & information about work centres at which the individual operations are to be carried out,as well as standard times.

    3.It contains the material components required for an operation as well as the nessary tools,jigs & fixtures.

    4.Each routing can have one or more alternative sequences & one or more parallel sequences.

    5.The planned time for each operation (standard value) is stored in a routing.

    CA01,CA02,CA03 - Rotuing creation,change & display T codes.

    <u><b>Rate Routing:</b></u>

    1.One of the Routing type that's used in REM - Repetetive manufacturing.

    2.CA21,CA22,CA23-Create,Change,Display rate routing respectively.



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