How to set up when 1 person runs multiple machines

Hi,
Thanks Shirley, this worked perfect. When we were trying it before,
we kept changing only the setup crew size and could not get it to come out
right. Duh!!! It's been a long week. Thanks for the help.
Judy

Message: 19
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 13:04:47 -0500
From: "Shirley Graver" <shirleyg@...>
Subject: RE: How to set up when 1 person runs multiple machines

We are setting up our ABOM's where an operator works on 3,4,5 0r 6 machines.
When we enter a crew size for a senerio of one operator per 4 machines the
crew size is .25.

Shirley Graver
Systems Administrator
Rubber Associates Inc.
Cleveland/Akron, OH

-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Staudahar [mailto:jstauduhar@...]
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 11:27 AM
To: Vantage@Yahoogroups. Com (E-mail)
Subject: [Vantage] How to set up when 1 person runs multiple machines
Hi,
Wondering if anyone else has this scenario and how they are handling
it. We have machines that run on automatic, we will have one operator run
3
machines. Currently we have an overhead employee with 0 cost for each
machine that the operator punches into. This collects the burden dollars
and no labor dollars. And the operator's time goes into indirect. I know
I
could have the operator punch into all 3 jobs and have the workcenter set
up
to have labor not equal burden. Then I would collect the costs correctly.
However, how do I set up the quote or ABOM to reflect this?
Thanks,
Judy Stauduhar
Synovis Interventional Solutions
jstauduhar@...
Hi,
Wondering if anyone else has this scenario and how they are handling
it. We have machines that run on automatic, we will have one operator run 3
machines. Currently we have an overhead employee with 0 cost for each
machine that the operator punches into. This collects the burden dollars
and no labor dollars. And the operator's time goes into indirect. I know I
could have the operator punch into all 3 jobs and have the workcenter set up
to have labor not equal burden. Then I would collect the costs correctly.
However, how do I set up the quote or ABOM to reflect this?
Thanks,
Judy Stauduhar
Synovis Interventional Solutions
jstauduhar@...
We are setting up our ABOM's where an operator works on 3,4,5 0r 6 machines.
When we enter a crew size for a senerio of one operator per 4 machines the
crew size is .25.

Shirley Graver
Systems Administrator
Rubber Associates Inc.
Cleveland/Akron, OH

-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Staudahar [mailto:jstauduhar@...]
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2002 11:27 AM
To: Vantage@Yahoogroups. Com (E-mail)
Subject: [Vantage] How to set up when 1 person runs multiple machines


Hi,
Wondering if anyone else has this scenario and how they are handling
it. We have machines that run on automatic, we will have one operator run
3
machines. Currently we have an overhead employee with 0 cost for each
machine that the operator punches into. This collects the burden dollars
and no labor dollars. And the operator's time goes into indirect. I know
I
could have the operator punch into all 3 jobs and have the workcenter set
up
to have labor not equal burden. Then I would collect the costs correctly.
However, how do I set up the quote or ABOM to reflect this?
Thanks,
Judy Stauduhar
Synovis Interventional Solutions
jstauduhar@...


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