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I think, Blank or M  should be used with changing lot sizes.


>I'd like to know other folks experiences with the use of TBC=H (hrs
>per lot) in a routing.  To me, it seems that the STD LOT SIZ from the
>item master should be used to determine the standard lot size and the
>appropriate times applied to the routing when a manufacturing order in
>I don't seem to get that response.  I just ran a test where a routing
>was created with SLS = 39, TBC=H, run labor =1.00.  Made 2 MO's: one
>for 39 pcs, the other for 390 pcs.
>Both routings report the same run labor for that operation: 1.00.
>The only thing that I have not done here is to run the costing rollup
>on the new item.  If that is required, then I must wait until
>Any help is greatly appreciated.
>Mark Hampson
>Goodrich Corporation
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Merry Christmas & Best  Wishes for  2002
Best Regards,

If you can't convince them, confuse them.(Confucius)

L. Geheniau                                     Logistic Engineer/ M.I.S
Tokheim Corp.
Industrieweg 5, 5531 AD Bladel                  The Netherlands
Fax: +31497381950
e-mail: geheniau@bladel.tokheim.com

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