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How to backflush in KANBAN

Dear all:

I want to Use KANBAN Production,

Classic KANBAN,

Relenishment strategy : In-house production with production order/MRP,

Now i do not known how to backflush Component automaticlly with status change, For example,

A is FG, Component is B(Kanban Material) and C,

when B (Kanban) set from full to empty, how to automatically backflush B and C to work order of A

Can anybody give me a guidance? Thks a lot!

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 01:39 PM

    Hi,

    Have u marked the component B as BULK in material master or BOM?

    C, if it isn't kanban material, has to have the field backflush=1 in wiev MRP2 of material master.

    In this way B will be consumed by kanban and C when you do the product declaration of A.

    Let me know it it is helpful.

    Bye

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      Hi juan,

      Thank you for you information,

      but i want backflush both B(kanban material) and c to work order of A (Costing by order).

      I know i can manually backflush B and C to work order (CO11N) if I set backflush=1 in wiev MRP2 of material master.

      I just want automatically backflush B and C when Kanban B set from full to empty, Does it possible?

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 02:50 PM
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      Hi Rajesha,

      Thank you ,

      i already check this document, but seems there is no information on how to backflush Kanban Material(Componet) to Production order(FG),

      Does the only way is to Use CO11N manually declare.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 05:12 AM

    is there anybody can help me? thks

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 10:40 AM

    Backflush, you can do in normal way as like in discrete ( activate backflush in material master or workcenter or routing)

    For GR only you can post automatically while changing the status FULL in KANBAN

    Where as for GI you need to do it in Co11n or CO15 only

    Regards,

    Sundaresan.E.V

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    • Hi Sundaresan,

      i had done GI in co11n and consumption happens well.But the status of my kanban does not change.Its showing me the status full.I want after consumption the status must be change and replenishment must be hapen automatically after the production order confirmation.I hope u get my req.Waiting for ur reply.

      Thanks is Advance.

      Regards.

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 04:13 PM

    Hi Liu,

    I understand from your question

    A- Finished goods, B - component on Kanban, C - another component

    Is B a purchased item or in house produced item?

    Kanban works on Pull principle.

    You can say like Just in Time.

    Suppose you have material B in three bins - stocked maintained is 100 PCs in each bin,

    All bins are full in begining. Nothing happens in the system.

    The moment one of three bins is empty, system automatically creates a procurement proposal for the shortage quantity of 100.

    That depends on Replenish strategy what you have used.

    Suppose B is raw material which is purchased, you can have a Purchase order, purchase requistion, Scheduled line etc for 100 pc when bin is empty.

    or if B is in house produced item, you can have a Production order or Planned order depending on the replenish strategy used.

    Hope it is clear.

    Regards,
    Srini

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