We continue to develop the fabricator to be the production management system that suits you best. Our latest feature includes a handy development for companies that produce multiple products or scrap during production. Now you can easily manage the by-products produced by your Fabricator as a result of your production and appearing next to the main product.
Why Did We Need This Improvement?
During our interviews with fabricator users, some of our users informed us that they produced more than one product or by-product during the production phase, but that they could not manage this construction with the Fabricator. They stated that these by-products, other than the basic product produced during the production phase, were used as a raw material or semi-finished product in future production, or put into storage for future sale.
By evaluating these needs of our users, we have prepared an improvement that will enable production of multiple products in the production step at Fabrikatör and we have published them as of today. In this way, it is now possible to keep track of the main products as well as the by-products produced in the Fabricator and to keep track of stock correctly. We believe this will contribute to your future production planning and value-return calculations.
What is Secondary Product?
By-products are products that occur in production and which are less in quantity and value than the main product or products, apart from the main activity of the enterprise . By-products can be a source of income for a manufacturing enterprise, even if they are low in quantity and value.
Slag in iron and steel mill foundries, graters in furniture production, ready-made residues, wood dust (sawdust) and scrap wood pieces, yarn wastes from weaving mills , cream produced in yogurt, fish oil after processing fish product by-product as exemplified.
Processing of By-Product Registration to Fabricator
You can follow the steps below to register the by-products and / or scrap generated by each production at the Fabricator.
- First determine the quantities of by-products and scrap generated after your physical production process.
- Start creating a record of your production at the Fabricator.
- You can enter your production record from a recipe you have prepared before; If you wish, you can start to create the record of your production independently from the recipe on the Production Slip page.
- When you come to the step of creating a Production Slip in both methods, add the scrap and by-products generated as a result of the production to your production receipt one by one with the ‘Add Side Product’ option in the form.
- In the by-product section that opens, type the name of the by-product that appears in production and select it from the list.
- If you have not registered this product before, click Ekle Add New Product ’to register the product name and unit in the Add New Product form. Then, in the quantity section, complete the registration by typing the quantity that occurs in production.
If you have more than one by-product, you can save your other by-products and scrap to the same production receipt by pressing Ekle Add By-Product tekrar again.
When you have completed the production registration, you can now make your final checks on the production receipt screen. If you are sure that everything is correct, press the İş Process Parachute ’button. When you perform this process, the main products and by-products that are produced as a result of your production will be added to your stocks and the materials used in production will be dropped from your stocks. You can verify the transaction by checking the inventory records created for your production in Parachute.
That’s why it is possible to create by-products and scrap records with the fabricator. We would like to remind you that you can contact us via e-mail address: [email protected] for your comments and feedback about our by-product addition and other Fabricator features.
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