Les Mittman - SBC <lmittman@...> writes:

Just to clarify, Scrap Factor and Yield are two (2) different things

The BOM Scrap Factor is applied to the specific Component on the BOM.
BOM Component can have a Scrap Factor defined. That is, a 2% Scrap
would be expressed as 1.02000. This value is used as a multiplier for
BOM Quantity Required for the Component in order to calculate the
Quantity Required. So, if the BOM Quantity is 100, the Planned
(which is used for MRP, SFC, and CST) will be 100 * 1.02 = 102.

Yield is applied at the Parent Item and is expressed as at percent
95). In effect, a 5% increase will be required for the Parent
Quantity in
order to achieve the desired Resulting or Planned Quantity. The
impact is
that Yield on the Parent will appear as if the Scrap Factor has been
to each of the BOM Components. But, that impact is because the Parent
Quantity is increased which in turn will blow through the BOM.


Les Mittman

BPCS Consultant


-----Original Message-----
From: bpcs-l-bounces+lmittman=sbcglobal.net@...
[mailto:bpcs-l-bounces+lmittman=sbcglobal.net@...] On
Behalf Of Al
Sent: Saturday, July 18, 2009 12:48 PM
To: 'BPCS ERP System'
Subject: [BPCS-L] FW: Partial Quantity Issues

YIELD is sometimes known as "scrap factor."

The field is MBM.BMSCP

Default is 1.0 meaning 100%.

1.08 means consume an extra 8%.

Al Macintyre

Hi , I faced an issue where the Parent is required quantity 100.
But the Child BOM's are not reflecting the required quantity as
multiples of 100.

In Example:
Parent1 : 1
Child 1 Required : 2 Quantity
Child 2 Required : 5 Quantity

My Shop Order is for 100 quantity for Parent Item
Then all the Child Items under the Parent, required quantity should be
reflecting as 100 * quantity

But in my case , one of the child item is not reflecting the *100

Child 1 Required (in FMA ) : Required quantity is 100 *2

Child 2 Required (in FMA) : Required quantity is 5 (This should be
500, but showing only 5)

Kindly let me know if any setup missing to check

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