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Re: Produce multiple products from one component

Akretion France, David BEAL
- 19/07/2021 20:08:01
Hi Rémi,

It seems native "Unbuild Orders" is the perfect tool for your request.

Bonne journée

David BEAL
Consultant ERP Odoo

Le lun. 19 juil. 2021 à 15:52, Yoshi Tashiro <> a écrit :
As far as I understand, there is no logic to distribute the production cost to the by-product using Odoo's standard function.

A recent inquiry I got from a potential client was about implanting parts and cutting out multiple circuit boards out of a large board.  Would be happy to know if there is a good solution.

Yoshi Tashiro

On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 4:06 PM Tom <> wrote:
Doesnt "mrp_byproduct" already solve this case? IMO it doesnt require multiple compoments as an input, can also be just one

Jul 19, 2021 08:08:01 Rémi CAZENAVE - Le Filament <>:

Dear Community,

For the second time, we are requested by customers to make Odoo produce multiple products from a single component (when mrp is basically doing the other way around : 1 product and some side products from multiple components)

First time was by wood industry, from a single trunk they produce at once various planks of different sizes. At that time we answered that we were not in a position to handle this need.

Second time is for food industry, from a single fish, they will make at once various fillets or blocks of different sizes. This time we should put in place a solution for that.

Later on we should look at how to plan/automate from SO the quantities and sizes to be produced.

The fact that the same functional need coming from 2 different industries is brought to us, makes me think that we could go for a generic solution that could fit both needs. Also I suppose that this need may have already been solved by some of you ?

Do you know of any company / person / module implementing this need ?
Otherwise I should raise an RFC as issue on manufacture repo to functionnally describe the need and collect your inputs/comments/remarks before starting development.

Thanks for your help !
Best Regards,
SCOP Le Filament

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