Getting Started with NAV Manufacturing - 1 Year Access (1 User)

Learn all the basics of NAV Manufacturing | taught by Rick Baxter

Course description

This course is a Level 300 Class, but structured so even the “New to NAV” student can easily follow and learn.

We start with Introduction to NAV Manufacturing lectures, then head right into setting up your NAV Manufacturing Software. Once we cover the basics, we put it all together with how to manage your Finished Goods, Routers, and Bill of Materials. We then explore sources of demand and how to fulfill that demand with Production Orders. Next, we take an in-depth look at managing your Production Orders from start to finish. The course conclude by covering some final topics, including; Multi-Level BOMs, Routing Link Codes, Subcontractors, Load vs. Capacity, and Routing Status. Since many of our students are not aware of other features they can add to enhance their NAV Manufacturing, we have a free section showcasing a few Add-on Products that extend NAV Manufacturing's capabilities.


Rick Baxter
Rick Baxter
Lead Instructor - Cost Control Software

Rick is a Dynamics NAV expert with over 20 years of experience, focusing on the industries of Manufacturing, Jobs and Services, and Scheduling. Rick is the owner of Cost Control Software, a Microsoft certified ISV, located in Carmel, Indiana.

rick.baxter@costcontrolsoftware.com

(317) 846-6025

Course Curriculum

Study Guide
Study Guide for GS with NAV Manufacturing
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1.0 - Introductions
48:54
1.1 - Welcome Message from Rick
1.2 - Benefits and Responsibilities
1.3 - Integration Diagrams
1.4 - Day in the Life Sequences
1.5 - MTO and MTS
1.6 - ETO
1.7 - The Right Role Center
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2.0 - Setups
122:38
2.1 - Manufacturing Setup
2.2 - Capacity UOM, Shifts, & Shop Calendars
2.3 - Work Center Groups and Work Centers
2.4 - Machine Centers
2.5 - Capacity
2.6 - Routings
2.7 - Routing Versions
2.8 - Raw Materials
2.9 - Bill of Materials
2.10 - Bill of Material Versions
2.11 - Finished Goods - Basic
2.12 - Locations and Bins
2.13 - Stock Keeping Units
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3.0 - Let's Put It All Together
54:40
3.1 - Attach Router and BOM to Finished Good Item
3.2 - Calculate Standard Cost
3.3 - Standard Cost Worksheet
3.4 - Create "Simulated" Production Order
3.5 - Print Job Traveler
3.6 - Shop Load and Task List
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4.0 - Creating Demand for FG & RM
29:41
4.1 - Sales Quotes to Sales Orders and MPS
4.2 - Production Forecast
4.3 - Blanket Sales Orders
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5.0 - Fulfilling Demand for FG
81:08
5.1 - Manual Production Orders
5.2 - Sales Order Planning
5.3 - The Planning Worksheet: MPS
5.4 - The Planning Worksheet: MPS Carry Out
5.5 - The Planning Worksheet: MRP
5.6 - Manual Procurement
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6.0 - Managing Production Orders
92:46
6.1 - Capacity Usage
6.2 - Material Consumption
6.3 - Automatic RM Flushing
6.4 - Automatic Labor Flushing
6.5 - Production Order Statistics
6.6 - Posting FG Production: Output Journal
6.7 - Production Journal
6.8 - Finishing a Production Order
6.9 - Production Order Reporting
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7.0 - Additional Manufacturing Topics
69:07
7.1 - Parallel Processing
7.2 - Multi-Level BOM: MTO vs. MTS
7.3 - Scrap
7.4 - Dampeners
7.5 - Routing Link Codes
7.6 - Subcontractor Setup
7.7 - Subcontract Worksheet
7.8 - Shop Load and Task List
7.9 - Lot Number and Serial Number Tracking
7.10 - Routing Line Status
7.11 - How to Use the Timeline Feature
7.12 - How to "Personalize" Your Pages (allow 30-60 seconds to load)
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8.0 - Add-on Products for NAV Manufacturing
06:22
8.1 - Orientation
8.2 - Quality Control
8.3 - Automatic Cycle Counting
8.4 - Visual Drag & Drop Scheduling
8.5 - Engineering Change Management
8.6 - Manufacturing Time Entry
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