Homework 6 Answers - Homework#6 — Due December 4th...

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Unformatted text preview: Homework #6 — Due December 4th Chagter 15 1. Complete the master schedule record shown below. On-hand inventory at end of Week 1 70 Week Forecasted Demand Booked orders Projected ending inventory Master production schedule Available-to-promise (Iv/(M7 Innwhrv ‘Far [11%, (ow-IQ 7 Ere : ET +MV§ -m¢x (F (93 EIJ : EI,+ magi—max (F; ,031): 70+I§0~m(§r,vy): 220—“- €13: ié§+o-mx(ngo): iwv‘io:7c Fry I 7§+0*m«x(§o,Vil= 7Y’5032S' l F5,” week. ATP“ : Erbl + MP§¢°E 08‘. : 70+lg0’ll/§+‘jp+‘/?)= 37 some?” WL(W¢L 5') ATP? = MPQ 3%! 03L i 100— (z f+71+21l 2 3! 2. Complete the master schedule record shown below. On-hand inventory at end of Week 1 110 Week Forecasted Demand Booked orders Projected ending inventory Master production schedule El}: $35+0~m¢v¢(2yo’2;;’): 33§«;go —; CS mp1: ll0+§00—(17§+1r§): 80 ATP”: Q00~(110+1y§)>8§' I‘ll/Pb: 700- (léo+12r): Vo( 3. Complete the MRP record shown below. All gross requirements, beginning inventory levels, and scheduled receipts are shown. “* A2 "'53" Gross Requirements LT (weekst , Scheduled Receipts a Proj. Ending Inventory (fl Net Requirements Min. Order = a Planned Receipts 1 5A4 Planned Orders LT = 1 weeks we Nkfi W (o; “rem—SKA NR. = M40,- éR. - a; Sm: M240; 200’110’03=MM(Q'J0)=0 Nra. : 0 z: PIC. 30 “RP Ely ET“. +5/a,(+m<*— err 813,: 110+0+o—xoo=10 NR1: Muc(0,' Z’Y-20-100)= mm (0" -5):0:}FR,= 0 12;»: 7.0 + 1.90 + 0 -— UK: $’ Mk3: Marie (0” zro — §-0)=Mu (Q'ZVS):JL/s 4. Completethe MRPrecord shownbelow. PK3=2vy ET}: §+D * ivf-zfo‘: O m B3 in LT (weeks) = Gross Requirements Scheduled Receipts Proj. Ending Inventory Net Requirements Planned Receipts Planned Orders Min. Order = New =~Lw{0; 9’00 *ioa -0); 3.90 F811: 900 Err/3 N90 *0“ ?00- 900: 600 anemw(fll‘ 0- $00- 0)=0 {15:0 51;: 60a+040-0 = éwo Nflb: min [OI'Voo-écoodfl'fio be;0 EIé: é0wo+0—9w=zw 5. The figure below shows the bill of material (BOM) for the Acme PolyBob, a product that has proven unsuccessful in capturing roadrunners. Complete the MRP records. All the information you need is shown in the BOM and on the MRP records. * Note: 2 CS required for each A * Note: 3 E’s required for N-ote: 2 F’s required for each C each B ézfi Emma» \x mm eeF = leoz [8)+ Q‘cPae (a) Item B Lead time = 1 week Minimum order quantity = 1 --- _H” _------ Proj. ending inv. 100 ‘00 an“ _E W 3w 3” 3“ 300 —I€o 3 3W 3 Item C Lead time = 3 weeks —-II R . —n 22 IIEI-II Proj. ending inv. 1 00 D Q; m Q, m ax Q, Q Q\ Q t. ~L ta 9 Nil 2 ”‘9‘ [0" $00~ I00 - Caa)70 19/21:.) 61;? [00-4509 *0’gflot /00 {Mk}: waZO; [904) —/00 ~ éaa>30 H13: 0 5153:]001‘ éoa/p'éaa : (00 Nfly‘ : "”440; [909 J ’00 ,0): 5290 MV: Soc EIV=Ioo+o+faaewo :0 Item E Lead time = 4 weeks Minimum order quantity = 5000 Item F Lead time = 5 weeks Minimum order quantity = 750 Week Planned Order Releases éZF': IV )§0+ .2" 500 ; 641:3: [”300 *1” 90071300 III-null “$0 1990130 _-----I mum-a “mama C) \A) O Q Q; B C) I “(0 511;): #300 {‘1‘400’ [500 6/93 1x300 + >313 :300 Chapter 16 6. Consider the following information: Demand Rate (D) = 200 units per hour Lead Time (T) = 16 hours Container Capacity (C) = 144 units Safety Factor (x) = 15% How many kanban production cards are needed? \/= M - M415): 1555 => 24 but“; 9 ’ wv ...
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