Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing v1.0 (MB-320)

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A company is implementing Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management in their manufacturing environment. The manufacturing process uses formulas to direct material consumption on the batch orders.
During production some items in the formula must be consumed automatically from the production area, while some must be picked with their actual consumption reported on a pick list.
You need to determine which setup method is used for formula lines to allow for the desired mixed method picking processes.
What are two possible ways to achieve this goal? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

  • A. Leave the flushing principle blank on formula lines and set resource consumption to direct flushing principle of materials based on consumption method for the line.
  • B. Leave the flushing principle blank on formula lines and set the default start value to Always for Automatic Bill of Material Consumption.
  • C. Leave the flushing principle blank on formula lines and set default flushing principle on the items based on consumption method for the item.
  • D. Set the flushing principle on each formula line based on consumption method for the line.


Answer : AD

HOTSPOT -
A customer produces light projection toys for holiday decorations throughout the year. Because holidays vary by region and time of year, the company wants to implement Lean manufacturing.
The production process creates the toys at the following work cell: stands, main assembly, electric, visuals, and packaging.
You need to implement the production process.
Which configuration options should you use? To answer, select the appropriate configuration options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
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Answer :

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A company implements Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management for their Lean manufacturing environment.
There has been an engineering change to a fixed quantity product that is in production. This change will add an additional processing step as the second step.
The existing version must be phased out and replaced by the new version.
You need to ensure that the engineering change takes affect at the end of the month.
Solution:
-> Edit the existing production flow and set the expiration date to the end of the month.
-> Using the existing production flow, create a production flow and version. Set the expiration date to the end of the month. Create an activity for the new process step and add it in the proper sequence.
-> Create a Kanban rule that uses the last day of the month as the effective date.
-> Edit the existing Kanban rule. Set the expiration date to the end of the month. Set the new Kanban rule as the replacement Kanban rule.
-> Activate the new production flow.
Does the solution meet the goal?

  • A. Yes
  • B. No


Answer : A

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A manufacturing plant uses Lean processes. You plan to outsource a painting operation to a subcontracting vendor. You create a service item named SP-01 to represent the painting service.
You need to create a subcontracting activity for the painting service.
Solution:
-> Create a vendor resource and work cell for outsourced painting; add the vendor resource to the work cell.
-> Create a production flow process activity using the painting work cell and the service item for picking.
-> When the service is required, create a purchase order to the subcontracting vendor and add a line for the service item and the vendor price.
Does the solution meet the goal?

  • A. Yes
  • B. No


Answer : A

References:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/supply-chain/production-control/activity-based-subcontracting

DRAG DROP -
A company that uses discreet manufacturing concepts to produce solar panels has a temporary change of glass supplier. The substitute glass will only be used for three months. The company also uses Bill of materials (BOM) version to track changes of the raw materials.
Managers are manually adjusting the production picking lists to reflect the alternate glass that is being temporarily used. The time spent doing manual adjustments to production picking lists has become a burden.
You need to create a new BOM with the alternate glass and include a from and to date on the BOM version.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
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A company produces rubber hose using Discreet orders accounts for raw material scrap after report as finished through inventory movement journals.
The company has noticed that most of the scrap that is recorded is due to start up that feeds the hose to the finishing process. In addition, the amount of scrap that is recorded is consistent regardless of the amount of hose being produced.
You need to account for material cost during startup.
What should you do?

  • A. Do a case study for the scrap items and enter the average amount of scrap as a separate line items on the Bill of materials.
  • B. Enter the amount of scrap that is consumed as constant scrap in the Bill of materials.
  • C. Enter the amount of scrap that is consumed as variable scrap in the Bill of materials.
  • D. Enter the consumption amount on the line to match the actual amount used.


Answer : B

A Discrete manufacturing company produces speakers. The high-end speaker model uses protective rubber strips on the edges.
Approximately five inches of rubber is consistently scrapped in the production process, regardless of production quantity. Workers manually consume the extra material on the picking list or scrap it in an inventory journal.
You need configure the system to automatically account for this scrap on the Bill of materials (BOM).
What should you do?

  • A. Increase the required quantity of the rubber component by five on the BOM
  • B. Set a variable scrap of five percent for the rubber BOM line
  • C. Add an additional BOM line for five inches and set consumption to Variable
  • D. Set a Constant scrap of five on the BOM line for rubber


Answer : D

References:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamicsax-2012/appuser-itpro/about-information-used-in-bom-calculations-with-standard-costs

A company implements Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management.
Due to increased demand and limited space in the work cell area for product L0050, you must subcontract overflow work to another company. You have the following requirements:
-> Locate a warehouse at the subcontractor building.
-> Support picking and shipping activity tracking.
-> Associate costs of transporting materials between the locations in the cost of the finished product.
You need to modify the production flow.
Which three actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

  • A. Modify the overflow work activity and assign it to subcontractor
  • B. Create transfer activities and assign them to the subcontractor
  • C. Create a resource and work cell resource group for the subcontractor
  • D. Create a new production flow version
  • E. Modify the overflow work operation and associate it with the subcontractor


Answer : ABC

Reference:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/supply-chain/production-control/manage-subcontract-work-production

You are a production manager at a company that has implemented lean manufacturing using Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management.
You have created a new Kanban rule to replace one that is expiring.
You need to determine the impact to the existing process jobs.
How are the active Kanbans of the expired rule handled?

  • A. The active Kanbans are set to add to the requested period and distribute for the replacement rule time fence.
  • B. The active Kanban handling units are registered as empty and new Kanbans are created.
  • C. The active Kanbans are cancelled.
  • D. The active Kanbans are counted as Kanbans of the replaced rule.


Answer : A

A manufacturing plant uses Lean manufacturing. Operators process Kanban consumption manually by using a mobile device.
The production team must use automatic empty registration for some of the event Kanbans. Registration must occur when the last job of a Kanban is completed.
You need to update the Kanban rule to meet this requirement.
What Kanban setting should you update?

  • A. Select to register as empty when the source requirement is registered
  • B. Select to register as empty when handling units are received
  • C. Select to manually register as empty
  • D. Set a fixed Kanban quantity


Answer : B

References:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/supply-chain/cost-management/backflush-costing

You are the production planner for a manufacturing company.
After running operations scheduling for a production order, the following error message displays:


You need to identify the cause of the error.
Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

  • A. Navigate to the work calendar and view working times. Validate that there are working days created in the scheduled period.
  • B. Review the calendar for the resource to determine if it is expired.
  • C. Review the available resources for Operation 10. Navigate to the Resource form and validate whether there is a calendar assigned.
  • D. Review the resource group assigned to Operation 10. Check to see if there is a calendar assigned and if the calendar is expired.


Answer : BC

DRAG DROP -
A manufacturer sends wiring harnesses to a vendor to be soldered to a connector. You have created the subcontracting process in the bill of materials (BOM) and route to account for the items sent to the vendor.
You create separate subcontracting purchase orders to account for the service. You attempt to add the service item to the BOM. The system generates an error.
You need to set up a new item model group for the service item.
Which three actions should you perform? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
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Answer :

Reference:
https://timsaxblog.wordpress.com/2015/08/18/subcontract-purchase-order-receipt-with-route-card-posting/

DRAG DROP -
A company that uses Lean manufacturing concepts to produce paper plates has redesigned the layout of the warehouse and production floor.
The company’s production flow activities no longer match the tasks of the workers. Employees use paper and manual communication to complete the tasks.
You need to update the production flows to match their current processes by deactivating the obsolete production flows and creating new ones.
Which five actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
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Answer :

DRAG DROP -
A company uses Discreet manufacturing concepts to produce cables. The company’s production scheduler uses internal documents to track issues on in-process production orders.
The production scheduler must group all in-process production orders according to issues. The scheduler must be able to easily determine issues with production orders.
You need to implement a method to easily identify production orders with issues.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
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You have a product that can be manufactured on two different production lines in the same warehouse. You create resources and then create individual input locations for the resources. You create two routes. Each route uses different resources.
Materials are staged for consumption in different locations based on the resources being utilized for production.
You need to set up the formula to consume the goods from the correct line-side location.
What should you do?

  • A. Select a warehouse and consumption operation for each line.
  • B. Select resource consumption and the operation for each line.
  • C. Select the plan group and consumption operation for each line.
  • D. Specify a site in the formula header.


Answer : B

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