Track production by piece mark

Tekla EPM
2021
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Track production by piece mark

In the Piece Tracking dialog box, you can add tracking information by piece mark. You can record the stations that the piece mark has completed, the date, and the man hours used. Piece tracking records can also be added if the station is set as the TFS station in a route or assigned to an inspection.

  1. In the Production Control dialog box, click the Production Control ribbon tab.
  2. On the menu, select Piece Tracking.
  3. To record information for completed items, in the Station Summary dialog box, click Add Completed.
  4. In the Station - Add Completed dialog box, click the arrow on the right side of the Station list, and select a station in the list.
  5. Click the arrow buttons to move the items that have completed the selected station to the Included list.
  6. Click the arrow on the right side of the Completed By list and select the user that is adding the piece tracking information.
  7. Click the arrow on the right side of the Date field and select the completion date in the calendar.
  8. Type the number of working hours used, and select if the working hours are calculated by piece or as a total.
  9. If necessary, type the batch ID of the selected items in the Batch ID field.
    For example, you can type the name of the employee who is adding the piece tracking information.
  10. To review the inspection test records of the items before completing stations, click the Inspection button.
  11. Click Add Material to save the piece tracking information.
  12. To close the Station Summary dialog box, click the Close button (X) in the upper-right corner.

You can view the piece tracking information by creating a Production Status dialog box. For more information, see Review the production statuses of items.

You can also view piece tracking information by viewing any report with the word Station or Stations in the title. For more information, see View, print, and export job-specific production control reports.

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