Purpose of the Routings

Manufacturing companies use routings to show the manufacturing process. The program offers facilities for entering the manufacturing process, both in terms of chronology and capacity. The routings therefore form the basis for the manufacturing.

The program supports the production of part families, that is, identical or similar parts can be manufactured with a single routing.

The routing is the basis of process scheduling, capacity scheduling, and optionally of scheduled assignment of material needs (manufacturing-synchronous planning) and manufacturing documents.

In order to be able to work with routings, the master data of the capacity planning must be set up first.

The routings are assigned to the articles in the item master data.

See Also


How to: Create Routings
How to: Create New Versions of Routings
How to: Find Where Routings Are Used
How to: Copy Routings
How to: Create Standard Tasks
How to: Set Up Routing Link Codes
How to: Create Routing Links