Dynamics AX Manufacturing R&D Team blog

The blog contains contributions from the AX R&D team on manufacturing covering topics like MRP, discrete, lean, & process manufacturing

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  • Blog Post: Enhanced capabilities for defining material input locations for production and batch orders

    This new functionality is available with KB 2995227 and will be included in Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 R3 CU8. To find the HF you can use LCS Issue Search. Whats new? To support and efficient process for raw material picking in production, it is now possible to split warehouse work for raw material...
  • Blog Post: Support for Recycled By-products in AX 2012 R3 CU8

    This new functionality is available with KB 2989470 / HF 2989470 and will be included in Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 R3 CU8. To find the HF you can use LCS Issue Search. What’s new? To support recycled or recurrent products in process industry, it is now possible to use the same product as both...
  • Blog Post: Now available: Cumulative Update 7, featuring the product change case management

    With the recent release of Cumulative Update 7 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, the case management functionality of Microsoft Dynamics AX has been enhanced for documenting and releasing product changes to production. Many manufacturing companies will welcome this simple built in possibility of...
  • Blog Post: Improved formula management in process manufacturing AX2012

    Formula management is a key requirement for process manufacturers. In most cases, process manufacturers process raw materials that are found from natural sources which inherently means they have to deal with a lot more variability than discrete manufacturers. This variability could result from lack of...
  • Blog Post: New capability of step consumption in process manufacturing AX2012

    Let me provide some context behind the decision to introduce step consumption capability in Process Manufacturing Dynamics AX2012. Discrete manufacturing almost always involves linear consumption of ingredients - four tires are required to put together a car. Whereas in process manufactured products...
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