• Subject: BPCS 4.03 Lot Control
  • From: Paul <kdcma@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Sep 1997 15:07:08 -0400

We're trying to use Lot Control for a couple items in our BPCS V4.03
system. Lot Control has to be controlling material allocation, Machine
within Work Center. Suppose we have an item (A) that the customer
requires us to control in 3,000 piece lots. We have an order for 51,000
pieces. This equates to 17 lots. What would be the correct way to cut a
shop order for this product? Must we manually cut 17 shop orders,
allowing BPCS to assign the lot number each time? Or can we have one
work order with 17 releases with 17 different lot numbers that the
system creates during shop packet print? Labor reported against the shop
order/operation combo must maintain lot traceability. 

I welcome anyone's thoughts and suggestions on how we might use lot
control and manage shop order releases.

Thank You,

Paul LaFlamme
Manager MIS
Kennedy Die Castings Inc.
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