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Restriction in in-process inspection

Dec 19, 2017 at 10:03 AM

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Dear All,

Please go through the scenario.

There are three operations in sequence (eg. op.10 / 20 / 30).

In- process inspection on hourly basis (eg. after every two hours).

Assume production order qty. 100 pc and it will take 10 hours to produce total qty. (100 pc) for op. 10.

My requirement is, after first two hours (whatever production done in OP10) if the material has to be moved to next operation (OP.20) it should not moved ahead without UD.

Means partial operation qty should also get restricted by QM.

Is it possible?

Thanks

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Craig S
Dec 20, 2017 at 03:47 PM
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I don't think you can do this on a partial lot basis.

I believe that you can create an inspection operation that has to be completed and confirmed before moving on to the next operation but its not tied to any specific quantity. I think to do what you are thinking about also might require the use of phantom materials. Because you typically don't receipt in material inventory to stock until the end of the order when everything is done

In all honesty, I don't think this should be one order.

This really sounds like it should probably be broken up into three production orders with two semi-finished materials being created and then the last finished material being created at the end.

On order one, they receipt the material and it gets a UD. It can only be issued to the second order once it's released. This is repeated for the next order which feeds the final order for the actual finished material.

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