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no of splits used in scheduling

Hi all

Please tell me

1) What is this " SPlit "" used in scheduling formula.

2) Where we define this "" split "" & how does it affect scheduling.

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Rahul Bhardwaj

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 10:23 AM

    Hi,

    Splitting is used for reduction strategy.

    If the lead time of the opn exceeds the basic dates, system try to reduce the lead time by using reduction strategy.

    If splitting is used

    1. It will reduce the machining time.

    2. Setup time & tear down time will be increase (multiply by no. of splits).

    Setting:

    1. In workcenter capacity tab page input no. of capacity ex.2

    2. In routing header data mark Splitting.

    Regards,

    Dharma

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 10:25 AM

    Hi,

    It is the field in Routing CA02 - Operation Details - Splitting tab - No of splits , which is used in scheduling formula.

    It is the Maximum number of partial lots into which the lot is to be divided or

    maximum number of individual capacities where the operation is to be processed in parallel.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:33 PM

    hI

    Say one operation is performed using one number of workcenter in 10 Hrs .If more than one capacities (workcenter)are available, you can split this operation qty among these capacities to carry out the tasc timely.For carrying this we use split.

    In your material routing click on operation.Under splitting tab,click on required splitting.Give number of splits(equal to capacities).

    Regards,

    Rajaram.K

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