Variations in BoM

hi,
Lets say I have a BoM for Product A which usually consists of 10Kg of Sugar.

And sometimes when I produce Product A, sometimes I use 10.5Kg of Sugar instead of 10Kg. How do I do this on ERPNext?



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In the production module, you must use the tool of production planning, you can make settings for each BOM.



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So if I use production planning tool, I can manually specify how much Sugar I use (ie. different quantity than BoM)?

On Wednesday, November 6, 2013 10:29:16 PM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:
In the production module, you must use the tool of production planning, you can make settings for each BOM.



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Exactly


2013/11/6 Andri Halim Gunawan <an...@krupuksuryajaya.com>
So if I use production planning tool, I can manually specify how much Sugar I use (ie. different quantity than BoM)?



On Wednesday, November 6, 2013 10:29:16 PM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:

In the production module, you must use the tool of production planning, you can make settings for each BOM.



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Ok let me try that

On 6 Nov 2013 23:26, "Maxwell Morais" <ma...@gmail.com> wrote:
Exactly


2013/11/6 Andri Halim Gunawan <an...@krupuksuryajaya.com>
So if I use production planning tool, I can manually specify how much Sugar I use (ie. different quantity than BoM)?



On Wednesday, November 6, 2013 10:29:16 PM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:

In the production module, you must use the tool of production planning, you can make settings for each BOM.



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What if this Product A is not for Sale but rather a required material for Product X

So:

10 Kg Sugar makes 1 Product A

1 Product A + 100 Kg Flour makes Product X

Product A is a recipe which is why I want to make it as a separate product, Product A can contain other ingredients - not just Sugar



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You can manage this on Item data, you can setup "Is item for sale" and "Is stock item"



2013/11/7 Andri Halim Gunawan <an…@krupuksuryajaya.com>

What if this Product A is not for Sale but rather a required material for Product X

So:

10 Kg Sugar makes 1 Product A

1 Product A + 100 Kg Flour makes Product X

Product A is a recipe which is why I want to make it as a separate product, Product A can contain other ingredients - not just Sugar



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What I meant was...

In Production Planning Tool, we have to select sales orders but this Product A is not for sale (therefore there are no sales orders)


On Thursday, November 7, 2013 9:46:22 AM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:
You can manage this on Item data, you can setup "Is item for sale" and "Is stock item"



2013/11/7 Andri Halim Gunawan <an…@krupuksuryajaya.com>
What if this Product A is not for Sale but rather a required material for Product X

So:

10 Kg Sugar makes 1 Product A

1 Product A + 100 Kg Flour makes Product X

Product A is a recipe which is why I want to make it as a separate product, Product A can contain other ingredients - not just Sugar



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Hello Andri,

You can manually select Product A in item table of Production Planning Tool.

As received in email, you need solution where raw-material is not standard and varying all the time.

To address this, you should create new BOM everytime there is change in raw-material qty and output qty. When doing manufacturing transaction via BOM, raw-material qty and finished goods qty needs to be in same proportion.

If you don't want to track BOM due to always varying nature of raw-material, you can make repacking entry directly instead of Production Order.

Stock >> Stock Entry >> Manufacture/Repack

Just one entry will have an effect on raw-material as well as finished good qty which need not be in same proportion always.



On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 8:23 AM, Andri Halim Gunawan <an...@krupuksuryajaya.com> wrote:
What I meant was...

In Production Planning Tool, we have to select sales orders but this Product A is not for sale (therefore there are no sales orders)



On Thursday, November 7, 2013 9:46:22 AM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:
You can manage this on Item data, you can setup "Is item for sale" and "Is stock item"



2013/11/7 Andri Halim Gunawan <an…@krupuksuryajaya.com>

What if this Product A is not for Sale but rather a required material for Product X

So:

10 Kg Sugar makes 1 Product A

1 Product A + 100 Kg Flour makes Product X

Product A is a recipe which is why I want to make it as a separate product, Product A can contain other ingredients - not just Sugar



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i now understand

On Monday, November 11, 2013, Umair Sayyed wrote:

Hello Andri,


You can manually select Product A in item table of Production Planning Tool.

As received in email, you need solution where raw-material is not standard and varying all the time.


To address this, you should create new BOM everytime there is change in raw-material qty and output qty. When doing manufacturing transaction via BOM, raw-material qty and finished goods qty needs to be in same proportion.


If you don't want to track BOM due to always varying nature of raw-material, you can make repacking entry directly instead of Production Order.

Stock >> Stock Entry >> Manufacture/Repack

Just one entry will have an effect on raw-material as well as finished good qty which need not be in same proportion always.



On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 8:23 AM, Andri Halim Gunawan <an...@krupuksuryajaya.com> wrote:
What I meant was...

In Production Planning Tool, we have to select sales orders but this Product A is not for sale (therefore there are no sales orders)




On Thursday, November 7, 2013 9:46:22 AM UTC+7, Maxwell wrote:

You can manage this on Item data, you can setup "Is item for sale" and "Is stock item"



2013/11/7 Andri Halim Gunawan <an…@krupuksuryajaya.com>

What if this Product A is not for Sale but rather a required material for Product X

So:

10 Kg Sugar makes 1 Product A

1 Product A + 100 Kg Flour makes Product X

Product A is a recipe which is why I want to make it as a separate product, Product A can contain other ingredients - not just Sugar



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