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PRT Usage - three work centers, 2 PRTs, how to make it work?

Good day. First time poster here. I've looked for help and can't seem to find an answer to my question.

I have three work centers, lets call them 1 2 and 3.

I have 2 cells, lets call them A and B.

Cell A can run parts from work center 2 and 3.

Cell B can run parts from work center 1 and 3.

So a matrix of possible combinations would look like:

Cell A Cell B

WC 2 part WC 1 part

WC 2 part WC 3 part

WC 3 part WC 1 part

How do I best set this up? I'm more of an end-user working with a developer, and I know what I want (above), but I have no idea if even this is easily accomplished.

I will be glad to assign points for helpful answer. Thanks a bunch!

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    Aug 21, 2007 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    Create Routing (ca01) & then enter the operations.

    <b>Eg:Routing 1.</b>

    <b>Cell A can run parts from work center 2 and 3.</b>

    Opr WC PRT to be assigned

    10 WC2 Cell A

    20 WC3 Cell A

    <b>Routing 2</b>

    <b>Cell B can run parts from work center 1 and 3</b>

    Opr WC PRT to be assigned

    10 WC1 Cell B

    20 WC3 Cell B

    For the combinations you can create alternate routings & then create a production version (t.code c223), then during production order creation you can choose the appropriate routing.

    create PRT with material type FHMI with PRT view.

    Regards,

    Senthilkumar

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    • Former Member

      Is there a way to do this without using production versions, which is something that noone here uses at all? (Forgive the followup question, but if I provide this as the solution, which I do not completely understand, I doubt it will be used as it should be used.)

      Thanks!