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Requirement of Rate routing in REM

Former Member
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What is the requirement of Rate routing if routing have same features like rate routing/

It is necessary for line balancing (line design) or it is dependent on type of Scheduling (rate based or talk based).

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Hi

This is a point of argument why should we use Rate routing in REM.

Practically there is no difference in maintainenece of normal routing & rate routing, except that you can not create parrelel sequence in Rate routing.

If some body wants you can use rate routing also for REM. In that case you may have to change the setting in routing slection.

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YMREDDY

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Former Member
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Hi,

As u Know, features wise there is no difference. standard routing has all the features of rate routing.

only think u have use diffrent t.codes to create (CA01 & CA21) .

u can use std routing also for line balance & takt based scheduling ( scheduled based takts time not based on operation times) and also forrate based production since ur enter the production rates at line hirearchy.

You do not necessarily require a rate routing for repetitive manufacturing u can use std routing also.

Hope u under stand enough if yes plz close thread& reward to useful reply

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Pradeep

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Shailendra,

We can go for rate routing when we plan on quantity basis

A routing for whose operations the production quantity and a fixed duration has been defined.

Rate routing is much more simpler with few operations & work centers compared tothe normal routing.Thus prodution rate is

In the rate routing, the production rate per operation is defined (production time according to a base quantity). Set-up time is not usually defined, since no changes to setup are planned.

However, you can also use standard routings. A standard routing represents the various steps of production (such as setup, processing, teardown and so on), operation by operation, if necessary with suboperations.

A rate routing does, however, offer all the same functions as a standard routing.

Hope the above is understandable

Revert back in case you have further doubts

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SVP

former_member646433
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Hi Shailendra Hadkar,

In the rate routing, the production rate per operation is defined (production time according to a base quantity). Set-up time is not usually defined, since no changes to setup are planned.

And Rate routings are used when you plan on a quantity basis

Hope you will get the solutions and Reward with suitable points

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Rajesh Tayade