Continuous Input in the Planning Run


The fly wheel (R-B2##) for you pump (R-1##) is an expensive item. You are receiving pressure from accounting to minimize the amount of inventory over a period of time. The assembly for your pump R-F1##, has a relatively short cycle time in production, yet you typically schedule long runs. Use the distribution key for your turbo drive R-B2## to distribute the dependent demand over the entire production run.

For product R-B2## at plant 1000, review the Stock/Requirements list, focusing on the first dependent requirement for product R-F1## at plant 1000.(Before MRP & Distribution key maintain in BOM Item level)


Change the bill of material for product R-F1## at plant 1000, usage production. Your fly wheel is consumed in a continuous fashion. Change item R-B2## so that is consumed equally over the duration of the planned order.

In CS02 for product R-F1## at plant 1000 Select the item for R-B2##, and select item detail.In the Basic Data view, enter a Distribution Key of 1000 – GLEI (Equal Distribution)

For you material R-F1## at plant 1000,execute Single-item, Multi-Level, setting the planning mode to 3 – Delete

and Recreate planning data., and the scheduling indicator to 2 -Lead time scheduling.

Select a specific planned order for R-F1## at plant 1000 and populate the following table:

   

Planned Order Number

41919

Order quantity

218

Order Start Date

13.03.2014

Order Finish Date

05/05/14

Production Start Date

15.03.2014

Production Finish Date

03/05/14

Review the stock requirements list for your product R-B2## at plant 1000. Select the first dependent requirement that came from R-F1##.
Review the stock requirements list for your product R-B2## at plant 1000.

Planned Order Number

41919

41919

41919

41919

41919

41919

Requirement Qty

37

36

36

37

36

36

Reqmts date

15.03.2014

16.03.2014

17.03.2014

18.03.2014

19.03.2014

20.03.2014

Dependent reqmt

73503/2

73503/2

73503/2

73503/2

73503/2

73503/2



Continuous Output in the Planning Run

Some of your pumps are assembled very quickly, but you may have long production runs due to high demand. Your colleagues in shipping need to plan the shipment of product, so knowing the variability of production is essential. When assembling R-F2##, you have very short cycle times. Therefore, you want to use

the distribution key to show multiple production receipts. Create a production version and use an equal distribution key to spread the receipts over time.

For R-F2## at plant 1000, change the material master by creating a production version A001 (continuous Output

BOM 01) in the MRP 4 view, which will include the alternative BOM 1 with a usage 1- Production and a .detailed. standard routing for your product R-F2## at plant 1000. Be sure to include the distribution key for

plant. Make the production version valid from today until the end of next year. Before saving set your selection method in the MRP 4 view to 2 – Selection by Production version.

Before Changes made in material master and MRP Run

Set the selection method in the MRP 4 view to 2 – Selection by production version and Save.



After Changes Made in Material Master MRP-4 and after MRP Run

Select a specific planned order and populate the following table:

Total Planned Order qty – 200

       

Planned Order Number

42455

42455

42455

42455

42455

42455

Order Start Date

14.03.2014

14.03.2014

Order Finish Date

14.03.2014

15.03.2014

16.03.2014

17.03.2014

18.03.2014

19.03.2014

Production Start Date

16.03.2014

16.03.2014

Production Finish Date

29.04.2014

29.04.2014

Order qty

19

18

18

18

18

18


Where there any similarities between the two planned order numbers.

Answer: The order numbers were the same, and the order start date were the same.

The planning run only creates one planned order however, the individual MRP elements will have the same start day however a different finish date for each element.


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