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ROH-Proportion changes


We change the ROH Proportion based on customer requirement.i.e

For Example

Component A - (FERT)


  • X - ROH
  • Y- ROH

My FERT Part - A weight remains constant i.e 1 KG.

But X and Y changes accordingly(based on Customer requirement).


X - 70% X - 30 % X - 80 %

Y - 30% Or Y - 70 % Or Y - 20 %. .......... so on

I will be giving the BOM weight in terms of % or equivalent weight

How to address the scenario Or

There is any thing like Dynamic BOM(Based on requirement changing the %).

Note - Using Discrete Manufacturing.


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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2012 at 07:14 AM


    Noting you use Discrete Manufacturing.

    Clarify below doubts:

    1. Are you optimizing your component quantity based on the finish material weight?

    2. What is the base quantity of your FERT BOM and UOM?

    3. Can you give example of the process you mentioned?

    4. Why you have not chose PI for this? If you used PI then you can achieve this using MQC with batch management, see below link if would have used PI

    5. Do you want to adjust component quantity by maintaining % for components?

    To provide you general solution, customize your requirement with quantity optimization program as suitable to your requirement. Here maintain the table at the background stating if your FERT material weight is in the range of 1 to 5, 5 to 10 etc then component quantity should be increase or decrese of __% and adjust your quantity in the order. I feel your requirement is possible in discrete manufacturing only by this customization. Hope this solution logic hint helps.

    Need some more inputs to understand and resolve your question.



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