Fusion Mfg: Coproduct/Byproduct Support
(Doc ID 2372769.1)
Last updated on APRIL 02, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Fusion Manufacturing Cloud Service - Version 11.13.17.09.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 11.13.17.09.0 version, Work Execution
Process Area: WIP
Requirement: Coproduct/Byproduct Support
Description: Need to be able to produce byproducts to calculate how much scrap and dross are produced on each work order. This also helps with the calculation of actual cost. For coproducts, need to be able to produce multiple finished goods within 1 work order. A coil can be slit into multiple different part numbers (width of coil is part of the item definition). Slitting would happen at the contract manufacturing.
Use Case: 1. Cust want to capture the planned and actual scrap produced against each lot in the work order. Actual scrap credit applied against the lot produced to derive the actual lot cost
a) Functionality need to capture the planned by-product quantity in the product structure
b) Need to capture the actual by-product produced against the lot in the work order
c) Able to apply the by-product credit against the lot produced which will calculate the actual lot cost
2. Contract Manufacturer slits the Galvanized coil into 3 dimensional pieces which is eventually 3 different products. Due to form, fit and function are different for these pieces, it will become 3 different products. Cloud Manufacturing doesn't have the capability to produce multiple products against the single work order
In Contract Manufacturing Org,
a) Need an option to add multiple products in the product structure
b) Functionality to capture the actual co-product produced
c) cost the co-products
a) Tracking planned and actual by-product/scrap quantity
b) Calculating accurate lot with the consideration of scrap
c) Capturing the co-products produced against the work order in the Contract Manufacturer
Comments: Co-product is more critical than by-product
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