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Paula’s Extra Sequencing Slides. Sequencing Orders. What order do I go in??? Due Date Similarity Set-ups Demand Associated to it Algorithm Optimization. End Panel Example. Bases - 106” or Vanities - 97” Length. 61” Both Products. Upper Strip. s. Base End Panel. End Panel Algorithm.

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sequencing orders
Sequencing Orders
  • What order do I go in???
    • Due Date
    • Similarity Set-ups
    • Demand Associated to it
    • Algorithm
    • Optimization
end panel example
End Panel Example

Bases - 106” or Vanities - 97” Length

61” Both Products

Upper Strip

s

Base End Panel

end panel algorithm
End Panel Algorithm
  • Constraints
    • 1 strip per 6 base cabinets
    • 97” strip could make:
      • 3- 30” upper end panels
      • 2 – 42” upper end panels and 1- 12”
    • 106” strips could make:
      • 3- 30” upper end panels and 1 -12”
      • 2 – 42” upper end panels and 1 – 18”
      • 2 – 42” upper end panels and 1 – 12”
end panel ex continued
End Panel Ex. Continued
  • Constraints:
    • Volume and Usage varied by color
      • Maples and Cherries tend to have more 42” cabinets
      • Oak tended to have more 30” cabinets
      • Some colors were less popular and could be ran less often (12 day inventory versus a 3-day inventory)
    • Set-up was not short
    • Operators & Supervisors used to doing whatever made numbers look better
    • Supervisors did not like to follow a scheduling system or turn in inventory numbers.
    • Shipping Schedule varied by day (20 trucks scheduled on Saturday versus 8 on Friday)
    • Staffing different by day.
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End Panel Algorithm
  • Used a Min/Max system with orders
  • Used MRP system (AS400) to generate quantities based on # of days looked in the future for orders
  • Downloaded Information into Excel
  • Used an Algorithm to maximize the set-up without overproducing one size of upper end panels.
  • Excel printed out report
  • Supervisors reported what they actually did to feed it back into the system.