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Quality Specifications . Stored on the Finished Good Item Specification Template Item Specifications Customer Specifications “Quality Attributes” are stored within Item Specifications: Chemistry Mechanical Dimensions Operations. Quality Results. Received from Multiple Sources

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quality specifications
Quality Specifications
  • Stored on the Finished Good Item
  • Specification Template
    • Item Specifications
    • Customer Specifications
  • “Quality Attributes” are stored within Item Specifications:
    • Chemistry
    • Mechanical
    • Dimensions
    • Operations
quality results
Quality Results
  • Received from Multiple Sources
    • Level 2: Spectrometer
    • EDI: Customer / Supplier Information
    • MES: Shop Floor Automated / Manual
    • Receiving: Shipping Documents
  • Actual results are checked against:
    • Work-in-Process: Item Specifications
    • Raw Material: Raw Material Items
    • Finished Goods: Item Specifications
    • Shipment: Customer Specifications
non conforming material
Non-Conforming Material
  • Finished Goods & Raw Material:
    • Moved into ‘hold’ sub-inventory for disposition
      • Customer Deviation
      • Re-worked
      • Returned to Raw Material
      • Scrap
  • Work-in-Process:
    • Custom CEMLI
    • Hold material in WIP prior to moving to next operation
    • Users have ability to add operations, modify processing, and/or reject material
    • Security restricted
challenges
Challenges
  • Juggling changes to items, inventory, and sales/purchase orders
  • Standardizing the overlap in attributes within the metals industry
  • Timeliness of updates from shop floor and L2 applications
  • Confirming what attributes can be changed by what operations
  • Work within constraints of Oracle
    • Work in Process w/ Lot Number & Attributes
successes
Successes
  • Consistent process across organization
  • Tracking disposition status and timing
  • Consolidated process for item creation and updates
  • Standard interfaces with L2 applications
  • Enhanced reporting capabilities
learned lessons
Learned Lessons
  • Map overall process for tracking and storing attributes
    • Include requirements for timing and reporting
    • Consistent design
  • Understand impacts to changes in customer and supplier requirements
  • Goal is to standardize process and centralized ownership
    • Metals knowledge is difficult to automate
  • Develop metrics to track overall system compliance
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