If quality inspections are carried out during the manufacturing process, production and inspection operations are often very closely linked with each other. For this reason, the master recipe in the R/3 System also acts as an inspection plan for inspections during production. This means that the team in quality management (QM) completes the master planning data with a number of inspection specifications. This section describes how you enter these inspection specifications for the routing.
The following data already exists in the system:
– Whether the inspection is carried out using inspection points or not.
– Whether the inspection scope is modified dynamically and at which level it is to take place
According to your decision you enter further data for inspection scope processing and dynamic modification.
– Which view is called up first when you confirm inspection results
– How long the inspection interval between inspection points is
– Whether the last partial lot assignment takes place during results recording for the operation (optional)
– Which sampling procedure is to be used
– Whether test equipment is to be assigned to the characteristic for the inspection
– Which dynamic modification rule is to be used, provided that you have specified in the header that dynamic modification is to take place at characteristic level
The PRT category you use depends on the business function of the production resource/tool (for example, PRT category "material" for production resources/tools you want to take into account in inventory management).
If you have assigned more than one header material to your routing, you can assign different PRTs for each header material.
QM - Quality Management, sections Basic Data, Inspection Planning, and Quality Management in the Logistical Processes