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Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg.

  • 1.  Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg.

    Posted 28 days ago
    #Technical #BC/NAVPlus

    Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg. is this report availible?

    Thanks
    Steven Martin

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    Steven Martin
    Director of Manufacturing
    [Superior Walls
    New Holland PA 17557
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  • 2.  RE: Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg.

    NAVUG ALL STAR
    Posted 28 days ago
    Might need more information to understand exactly what you're looking for, but the "Detail Calculation" and "Prod. Order - Detail Calc." reports will show the breakout between material and work centers.  If you want to see labor specifically, you would need to designate which of the work centers is labor-related in order to see the correct numbers.

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    David Wiser
    Sr. Solution Consultant
    Tigunia
    2019-2020 Board of Advisors
    BCUG|NAVUG All-Star
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  • 3.  RE: Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg.

    Posted 27 days ago
    Thanks for responding, Looking for Average labor time from Finished Production Orders, I can get the info by going to Finished Production Orders-Navigate-Entries-Capacity Ledger Entries and can view one at a time multiple production Orders, but this take a long time to record and average last three time we produce, so I can than input that info to the Work Center (Run Time), If a report could be run to see the labor and quantity of parts produced from previous finished production orders, than I could make sure my Run Time is more accurate.
    Thanks Steven

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    Steven Martin
    Director of Manufacturing
    [Superior Walls
    New Holland PA 17557
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  • 4.  RE: Report-labor for produced part from finished production orders and avg.

    TOP CONTRIBUTOR
    Posted 27 days ago

    Steven - You are using the correct info for your analysis 'Finished Production Orders-Navigate-Entries-Capacity Ledger Entries and can view one at a time multiple production Orders'. There is not a base report that gives you this data based on the last x number of times ran the item - maybe throwing out the high and low to come up with what was the average to compare against the default Routing standards. Also depending on your process if the scheduler often changes from the default routing (different line that is slower as an example or larger press than normal to hit a due date) mining the data after gets challenging.

    Recommend designing a Finished Production Order recap (often these recaps go out to the Shop Floor daily to share the information) which is more dynamic. This allows visibility on how production ran against the standard and can also be used to update routings if needed  Also the Production Orders that varied from the expected standard significantly are easily identified to understand why.

    The key with providing the Finished Production Order information is to use the Routing on the Production Order compared to the default routing not he routing on the Production Order (many times they are the same but when the Planner overrides the default Routing you want to compare against the base routing) to understand the impact. This also provides long term analysis - maybe 1/2 the time the planner is not using the default machine but due to capacity constraints moving to a larger press to hit due dates as an example - maybe the routing should be updated, or this may drive a decision that a second machine is needed to avoid moving to a slower or larger capacity machine.

    Best Regards



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    John Grant
    Senior Application Consultant
    Innovia Consulting
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