Step 1 - Soltech Setup For Compiere Manufacture

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Description of the process of setting up manufacturing in Compiere Pro until the point that we are ready to take a sales order

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Step 1 - Soltech Setup For Compiere Manufacture

  1. 1. Manufacturing with Compiere<br />Acme Decal Factory<br />1. Manufacturing Setup <br />
  2. 2. What’s involved<br />Components<br />Top layer paper<br />Glue<br />Bottom layer paper<br />End product <br />Labels<br />Resources <br />Hot melter – brings top, glue and bottom together<br />Slitter – cuts to size<br />People<br />Machine operator for slitter and hot melter<br />
  3. 3. Compiere Manufacturing Process Setup<br />To ensure that Compiere manufacturing is setup, follow the guide and define<br /><ul><li> Production Resources
  4. 4. Work Centers
  5. 5. Operations
  6. 6. Standard Operations
  7. 7. Routing
  8. 8. Work Order Class</li></li></ul><li>Resources - Coater<br />Equipment, People<br />How to charge for the resource ?<br />Manually through work order transaction charge <br />or automatically by $$ per UOM<br />
  9. 9. Resources - Slitter<br />
  10. 10. People Resources<br />Coater Operator<br />Slitter Operator<br />
  11. 11. Work Centers<br />Work Center defines combination of equipment and people resources to get a job of work done in a defined production area.<br />
  12. 12. Manufacture Operations<br />Identifies the various manufacturing operations<br />
  13. 13. Standard Operations<br />Defines template for commonly performed manufacturing operations.<br />Ties operation names defined earlier such as “cut label” to a process. Defines where the operation takes place (work center), what resources are required for that step, time taken to setup, and time taken to run.<br />
  14. 14. Routing<br />Define the manufacturing operations and resources required to create a product in a warehouse.<br />The routing is a set of operations to assemble / manufacture a product along with details on the components required, safety instructions, etc.<br />Typically we identify one routing per product per warehouse to be used as the default in Manufacturing windows. <br />
  15. 15. Work Order Class<br />Define the document types and accounts to be used for a work order<br />

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