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Re: Manufacturing advice needed - materials of measured units being consumed partially

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Open Source Integrators, Daniel Reis
- 26/01/2022 20:43:08
I believe you need to use different Units of Measure (UoM).

In this case, the "Cable" Product is purchased in "Rolls" and used in "Meters".
The "Roll" UoM should be configured to convert to Meters at a rate of 1:1000.

This way you track your cable stock in meters available, and you order to your supplier in rolls.

Dos this make sense?

Thanks
Daniel


On 26/01/22 20:37, Radovan Skolnik wrote:
Hello,

sorry for asking stupid questions here but I hope someone can provide some wisdom here that I am missing.

Let's imagine this scenario: I produce Ethernet cables of various lengths - i.e. 25m, 50m, 75m, 100m, ... Each such final cable requires 2 connectors and that particular amount of "raw" cable. I can only buy raw cable in rolls of 1000m.

So when I buy a new roll and produce one final 50m cable, 950m of raw cable remains. When I produce another of 100m length, 850m of raw cable remains. When my remaining raw cable on certain roll is 50m I cannot produce 100m final cable and need to order another raw cable roll.

So the idea is tracking remaining quantity of somethings (products? lots? ...) that is bought at certain size and is being gradually consumed. There can of course be more of these (i.e. I have bought 3 rolls at the same time).

Is there a way on how to model this? Manufacturing is not really my domain and looking through code of various modules I didn't find anything that would resemble such thing.

Thank you very much. Best regards

	Radovan Skolnik


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