AUSTINWILSOND03426029MATERIALSRESOURCEPLANNING& CAPACITYWITHLAB- WEEK4- LABChapter 12: Problems8.Oh No!, Inc., sells three models of radar detector units. It buys the three basic models (E, F, and G) from a Japanese manufacturer and adds one, two, or four lights (component D) to further differentiate the models. D is bought from a domestic producer.Lead times are one week for all items except C, which is two weeks. There are ample supplies of the basic units (E, F, and G) on hand. There are also 10 units of B, 10 units of C, and 25 units of D on hand. Lot-sizing rules are lot-for-lot ordering for all items except D, which must be ordered in multiples of 100 units. There is a scheduled receipt of 100 units of D in week 1.The master schedule calls for 40 units of A to be produced in week 4, 60 units of B in week 5, and 30 units of C in week 6. Prepare a material requirements plan for D and its parents. WeekBeg. Inv.123456Quantity40A60B30CBeg. Inv.1234564040Planned order receipt40Planned order release40Beg. Inv.12345660101010101050Planned order receipt50Planned order release50Beg. Inv.1234563010101010101020Planned order receipt20Planned order release20Beg. Inv.1234564018010012512512585595Planned order receipt100Planned order release100Scheduled ReceiptsProjected on handNet RequirementsGross RequirementsScheduled ReceiptsProjected on handNet RequirementsD LT=1 wk
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