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I manufacture wafer chocolate using backward flushing, and at each stage, my customer checks the quality to avoid mistakes. For example, after the cutting machine on operation 5, workers noticed the cutting wasn't accurate, causing problems in the next steps. How can I track this issue and record the loss in the system? Also, how can I stop other operations from continuing since my process is set up in a series, not in parallel?
      1        melting chocolate machine                
      2        quality control
      3        enrobing machine
      4        quality control
      5        cutting machine
      6        quality control
      7        topping machine
      8        quality control
      9        cooling mahcine
     10       quality control
     11       packaging machine
     12       boxing machine
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    Jun Wang Profile Picture
    Jun Wang 4,791 Super User on at
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    if you need more control of the production processes, it might not be a good idea to set up backward flushing. You need to set it to manual flushing so you can control to repeat certain step or post scrap as needed. 
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    Valentin Castravet Profile Picture
    Valentin Castravet 5,208 Super User on at
    manufacturing- questions
    Perhaps you can track the loss as scrap - Post Scrap Manually - Business Central | Microsoft Learn

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