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Hi,

Cna any one explain me what is Assemblies and Components in the MRP. I want the difference.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 06:23 AM

    Hi,

    You use this function to plan the scrap that results from the production of an assembly

    You have maintained the assembly scrap in the material master (MRP 1 view) as a percentage in the Assembly scrap field for the assembly header material

    The system automatically increases the quantity to be produced by the percentage of scrap.

    However, the system always uses the estimate yield for the availability calculation for the assembly. Furthermore, the estimate yield of the assembly is always displayed in the MRP list or in the stock/requirements list.

    You use this function to plan the scrap of a component that may break during production of an assembly.

    You have entered values for calculating component scrap in the material master or the BOM:

    in the BOM on the Item Detail Screen: General Data (data block for quantity data). This component scrap is only relevant for the individual BOM.

    in the material master (view MRP 4) in the Component scrap field. This component scrap is relevant for all BOMs.

    The component scrap quantity maintained for a material component in the BOM has the higher priority

    Component scrap increases the dependent requirements quantity of the component.

    If a scrap quantity was planned for a higher-level assembly, assembly scrap and component scrap are added to the component level.

    Thanks,

    Murali

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