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In this demonstration, we get it started by a concept of lean manufacturing by explaining the value stream first. The value stream is just considered as a sequence of processes from the moment you get the raw material to the hand of a customer. The first thing you need to do on the production control, you need to prepare the setup of the lean. We have to go to the "Lean production flow" and you have to make sure we do have at least one value stream. The value stream and the way Dynamics 365 for finance and operation has been designed is shared across legal entities. Why do we have different flow? Is due to financial reasons because it happens that the value stream is the operating unit, and you may want to have different cost calculation, different budgeting criteria, et cetera, based on a particular value stream. Or, maybe is really depending on different sets of production that you have, you may want to have a different standard and different processes to be controlled differently. So as you see as part of a demo data, I already have lean production and happens to be a operating unit. But I can of course create my own if it is necessary like I said, that could be a model based on a functionality, and we can associate the manager and that manager controls the entire value stream for that production, like the VP of production of electronic consumers. And you could add a proper address for it perhaps, contact information. And needless to say, you can have a specific call center for this specific value stream to deal with customer. What is the production flow in lean manufacturing? It's the flow of a material and the products that goes through a specific placeholder, which we know it as a workcell. And this workcell has bunch of locations for a specific production or receiving a good in order to go through that production. In other words, you need the material, you need the products, you need certain actions and activities to be performed. That is why we call it the production flow. By the time you are storing it in the area in which it can be used by another process in a discrete, or another process in lean, or another process in batch or the production. The result of the mapping of the processes and the future state can be modeled by using the production flow. You have certain information regard to manufacturing activities that you are actually doing the work or you may want to transfer from one location to the other, we know it as a transfer activities. You have to keep feeding certain raw materials to the production flow, and some of these raw materials must be brought over from other locations, warehouses, even warehouses within other sites. By using this production flow, you can define certain activities. Therefore, you could be either a process that you perform the job or it could be a transfer. We are using certain rules to say how do we transfer certain things and specify the operation as third manufacturing which would be going through the lean process using the production flow. They are activity based. Therefore, you need to define an activity. Otherwise, your production flow is not validated and cannot be activated. Needless to say, we need the production flow depending on the activity, depending on the takt time, throughput, and cost of the setup, queuing before and after, that will affect the calculation of the cost by using the production.

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Posted by: jmladero on Apr 12, 2019

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