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RE: customised make to order products

Simon Perkins
- 08/12/2014 13:18:49
Dear Alan,
We altered the workflow to create two paths decided by the product property, one for standard products which use a standard BOM and one for custom products where the custom BOM is created in production as they make the product. This may help?

Simon Perkins

Managing Director

Stockbridge Racing Ltd.

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Silverstone Circuit


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From: Alan Bell []
Sent: 04 August 2014 14:00
To: Community
Subject: customised make to order products

I am struggling to figure out a way of doing bespoke make to order 
products, this could be something like an engraving on a product, a 
printed photo, or a minor variation on a product, "I want a burger, but 
without the pickles" it seems that the sales order line description 
doesn't have a natural way to flow onto the manufacturing order, and 
once something has been produced, there isn't a clear way to figure out 
which product belongs on which delivery order. Does anyone have any tips 
on how to set this up? Perhaps lot traceability could be abused in some 
way to track individual products?


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