[Ncame-students] Powder Inventory Cycle Count Kick-off (6/23)

Pooriya Dastranjy Nezhadfar pzd0022 at auburn.edu
Tue Jun 29 10:31:18 CDT 2021


John and I are planning to count and log the Stainless Steel powder today. I'll let you know when we are done.


From: Ncame-students <ncame-students-bounces at mailman.eng.auburn.edu> On Behalf Of William Brannon
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 10:29 AM
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Cc: Emmanuel Winful <ewinful at auburn.edu>
Subject: Re: [Ncame-students] Powder Inventory Cycle Count Kick-off (6/23)


What's the latest with each team's material inventory count?

So far, I know that Ti alloys have been counted and logged into the system. Can you reply to this chain if you've completed counting/logging your material?



From: William Brannon
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2021 5:19 PM
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Cc: ewinful at auburn.edu<mailto:ewinful at auburn.edu>
Subject: Powder Inventory Cycle Count Kick-off (6/23)


Tomorrow, let's go ahead and move forward with each team counting and logging their material. We spoke with Emmanuel earlier, and there is a maximum of 250 pounds of material total upstairs (including in machines). For now, let's count, log, and organize the material as well as prepare a spreadsheet similar to what Shaharyar for each material type. After getting a better idea of what we have, we can relocate some material downstairs to ensure we are under that 250 pound limit.

For those of us not assigned to a material, we can start organizing material, barcoding containers, and labeling cabinets in the 'Warehouse' downstairs.


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