Paul LaFlamme wrote:

> We're trying to use Lot Control for a couple items in our BPCS V4.03
> system. I don't necesarrily mean BPCS Lot Control...
> 
> 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.
> 

Paul,

The way I understand lot assignment to work is if a receipt contains a
lot number, that is the lot number assigned (unless it already exists
for another part number).  If the receipt doesn't contain a lot number,
it will assign one according to the system parameter logic.

So.. In your situation I would cut one S/O and make 17 receipts.


Bill Robins
MIS Manager
Arlon Adhesives

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