MULTILEVEL ITEM EXPLOSION
Specify the range of items and the effective date for the explosion. The input quantity or parent product is exploded into components or raw materials, with no preset limit on the number of levels. The quantity at this level and the extension are printed.
Search by name for a parent item. Display existing revisions by effective and expiration date with revision ID. Display existing routings to facilitate maintenance. An unlimited number of operations are allowed per parent item. Operations are tagged to the corresponding components. Work center, machine, setup time, number of pieces per hour for inside jobs, cost per unit for outside processes. Unlimited instructions are allowed.
COSTED BILL OF MATERIALS REPORT
Choose the standard cost or current cost. Specify the batch size for the range of items and the effective date to pick up the proper revision. For each raw material, find out the quantity and the extended cost. Know the costs associated with labor, setup, outside process, and burden for each operation. Display total cost for the batch and unit cost
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS FOR PRODUCT STRUCTURE MAINTENANCE
Search for machine descriptions by name. Enter the default work center, capacity in hours per day and week, number of operators, standard hourly cost, and current hourly cost. Know the month to date and year to date usage.
PRODUCT STRUCTURE RE-SEQUENCE:
For a range of items and effective dates, re-sequence using your own stepping factor.
WORK CENTER MAINTENANCE:
Search for work center descriptions by name. Standard and current labor rates, setup rates, and overhead are available. Overhead in percentage or dollars per hour is supplied. Know the capacity in hours per day and week, and the hours worked month to date and year to date.
MULTILEVEL EXPLOSION WITH PROCESS:
Print the components and operations required at each level for a range of items. Full manufacturing instructions are provided.
Many operation types are supported: setup, inspection, move, outside process, productive, rework, and overhead. Operations can contribute to either direct or indirect labor.
SUMMARIZED MULTILEVEL EXPLOSION:
Extend the quantity of raw materials required to make a batch. Components are not listed but their raw materials are extended and can be used for purchasing non-stock items or as a pick sheet to prepare a job.