Manufacturing: Operations: Manufacturing Orders
This documentation will explain the components of a Manufacturing Order and show you how to create a new order. A Manufacturing Order is a process of creating a deliverable via in-house operations. Odoo Manufacturing makes it possible to manage simple and complex procedures.
To get started, navigate to the Manufacturing app.
This view shows you the dates, products, material availability, and state of each MO at a glance. We've outlined the State column to review the MO states you may encounter.
Draft: The MO has been started and saved as a draft.
Confirmed: The MO has been created and saved.
To Close: The production is complete and you can manually close the MO.
Done: The product is complete and the MO has been closed. You'll need to clear the To Do filter to see Done records.
Items in red are overdue, items in blue are on schedule. Click any record to see further details.
Creating a Manufacturing Order (MO)
Depending on the one configuration of your product and system, Odoo may create a MO automatically based on demand. If you need to create a MO manually, click Create from this page.
You'll be presented with the following form. We've prepopulated the form with the product "Penuche" to show the process.
Product: This is the item to be produced.
Quantity to Produce: The quantity to be produced based on the Unit of Measure, shown on the next line down.
UoM (label not shown): This field will default to the Unit of Measure the product has been configured with. You may choose to manufacture the product using a different UoM and Odoo will do the calculations for you.
Bill of Material (BoM): The list of materials needed to produce this product. The BoM selected on this line will auto-populate the Product list under the Components tab.
Routing: If defined in the BoM, the Routing will contain the steps needed to manufacture the product.
Deadline: The date the product must be completed.
Plan From: The date you can start the manufacturing process. It will default to the earliest date possible but should be based on the availability of your workcenters, if defined.
Responsible: The name of the contact responsible for the oversight of this MO.
Source: Reference of the document that generated this MO request.
Product: The products are populated based on the BoM selected above. You can click the component to modify the initial demand for this MO.
Unit of Measure: The UoM the product is configured with.
Tracking: This box will be checked if tracking, by lot or serial number, is enabled on your component.
To Consume: The amount of product that will be consumed with this production. This number reflects the UoM specified in the Quantity to Produce at the top of the form.
Finished Products Tab: This tab will not contain data before the product has been manufactured.
Operation Type: The operation entity manufacturing this product.
Components Location: The location where the components are stored pre-production.
Finished ProductsLocation: The location where the finished product will be stored post-production.
Good to Know!
These methods incorporate picking and transferring. Because they can range from simple to intricate, we've created separate documentation to outline the full workflow of each. For those details, please refer to Manufacturing Workflow documentation.
Options on a Confirmed Manufacturing Order
Since the full workflow will be explained in the Manufacturing Workflow documentation, we'll briefly go over what the options are on a Confirmed Manufacturing Order here.
The Check Availability step is required before you start the process of manufacturing. This step checks Odoo stock for all necessary components and reserves them for your order if they're available.
Once reserved, you'll have the option to Unreserve to release the components and set them as available.
This option will display only if there is a routing set on the Bill of Materials. The Plan button will add your job to the work center's schedule regardless of component availability. Once planned, you'll also have the option to Unplan and remove the job from the schedule.
The Scrap button will allow you to mark some or all components as lost, damaged, or unusable. In this example, we're showing that .25 lbs of brown sugar will be scrapped.
You can Scrap a component before or after checking availability. The MO will adjust to reserve existing quantities or trigger a purchase or manufacturing order to fulfill the requirements.
Now that this amount is scrapped, you'll see a Scraps smart button on the MO.
Use Unlock to modify a confirmed MO. One clicked, you can do the following:
Adjust the quantity to produce
Add products to the components tab not included in the BoM
Increase the quantity for existing components by clicking the individual line items
Adjust the deadline date
Adjust the Plan From date
Change the responsible contact
Modify the Source field
When you're done modifying, click Lock to save your changes.
This button will only display if there is no routing set on the Bill of Materials.
Outside of component availability, if your MO isn't waiting on any other production or operation, you'll see the Produce button. This will trigger the manufacturing process of your product.
Once clicked you'll see a confirmation window to validate your order. On this modal window, you can adjust the quantity to produce and add lines to the component products.
Once you've verified the order, click Save to start production.
After production, the Finished Products tab will display the product and quantity produced.
Once the order is complete, click Mark as Done. Your MO will now show you four new smart buttons for your reference.