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Finished product bom type.

Hi all. I am stuck with one situation. 

I have finished product which is made from 4 different components. 

Example finished products. 

Bedding set. 

Components. 

Fitted sheet -1

pillow -1

duvet cover -1

Flat sheet - 1


now all these components are made from fabric so they are subs manufacturing based of fabric usage on each of them so 4 more bom. 


Now my finish product I do sometimes make to order and sometime planned manufacture to keep in stock for quick delivery. 


What kind of bom type i choose for my finish product. The problem is each of the separate component can also be sold separately. If I choose kit type for my finished product and they are already in stock it make stock of its component as well which create a problem as my finished once packed I cannot take out component to sell separately I must get auto manufacturing order once order came for single component but if I choose kit and I keep my stock of finished bedding set in stock then new order for single component choose to break the set and replenish from within stock. Also bom in a bom not creating parent fabric MO to fulfill components used finish product. Also the following route I observed in testing which create duplicate entry. 

Finished product A - Bedding set

components-

1-fitted

1-pillow

1-Duvet cover

1-flat sheet. 

Make to order plus planned production in stock

what Bom type? I make for this.  

Finish product b. Fitted sheet set

1- fitted

1- pillow

purely make to order.

what Bom type? I make for this. 

Component bom manufacturing  

fitted sheet  

2 unit of fabric

pillow

1 unit of fabric

duvet cover

4 units of fabric

Flat sheet

3 units of fabric  

fabric product is buy route 

Entries I expect  

Sales order. Finished product A bedding set. 

In stock. Ship deliver. 

Create manufacturing order if not in stock.

MO.

1-fitted sheet x 2 unit of fabric 

1-pillow x 1 unit of fabric 

1-duvet  x 4 units of fabric 

1-flat sheet x 3 units of fabric


this make another MO

make fitted sheet

make pillow

make duvet duvet

make flat sheet.  

Total fabric required 10 units  

IF FABRIC IN PRODUCTION FLOOR.

VALIDATE sub PRODUCTION AND then make production for finished product and SEND TO STOCK IF NOT  

total fabric req  10 units 0 in stock create PO

RECEIVE FABRIC  send to production floor  

Make components MO.

MAKE FINISH MO

SEND TO STOCK

SEND TO CUSTOMER.  


For the above mentioned process what workflow and route I need  


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Usman
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so which point you stuck ....

Several test I have made.

Fabric in stock didn’t make po. Ok

Fabric in production floor didn’t make Pick. Ok

Stuck. One Raw material for set. Fitted in stock but pillows out of stock. Planning for both production when MO created for bed sheet set. Not ok

Secondly.

MO CREATED FOR BED SET

it create child MO for RM fitted and pillow send them to stock then create pick to bring them on production floor fir bed set this not ok why it didn’t make production for both BOM

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Beste antwoord

hi, i would use for case like that.
raw materials (not sub component) - minimal rules(sheduler day/week).
sub component - manufacturing + replenish on order(MTO).
final assembly - manufacturing + replenish on order.


raw material - min stock level.
sub component - if they enough stock they not create new MO.
same for the final assembly.

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