Bills of Material by hedongchenchen

VIEWS: 4 PAGES: 24

									Bills of Material
     Bills of Material



Overview
                         This chapter shows you how to set up your bills of material, configure assemblies, and
                         maintain established bills of material.



                         Product Relationships

                         Minxware uses feature groups to create the relationship between Configurable/Optional parts
                         on a bill of material.

                         A feature is a group of one or more options that share a particular characteristic. For
                         example, the feature ‘disk’ could include a 40MB, 80MB and 100MB disk drive.

                         A dependent part is one that can be automatically included or forced to be excluded,
                         depending on which configuration you are creating.



                         Bill of Products

                         A bill of products is the bill of material structure for the assembly part associated with the
                         product. It uses only the items from the bill of material which have been coded as
                         Configurable/Optional. Any time you change the bill of material, copy the bill of material, or
                         add a new product to the bill of material, you create or modify a bill of products. You can then
                         use this structure to customize products for sales order entry.

                         See the “Bills of Products” chapter in Volume 2 of Using Minxware for information about maintaining bill of
                         products.




6   Using Minxware
                                                                                                        Bills of Material



Setup
                            The chart below shows what is needed to complete the setup. Each of these steps is
                            discussed in detail on the following pages.


Figure 1                    Setup Flow Chart




                                                                                               Optional
           Set Up Control
           File Variables
               (SU,5)                                    Enter Features
                                                            (BM,12)



           Enter General
              Ledger
             Accounts                                     Enter Product
              (GL,1)                                       Price Codes
                                                            (OM,UT,5)


            Enter Bill-to
            Customers
              (AR,1)                                      Enter Product
                                                             Groups
                                                           (OM,UT,4)



            Enter Parts
              (IN,1)
                                                          Enter Products
                                                              (IN,14)


               Enter
            Engineering
           Change Orders                                    Enter Bill of               Configure
              (EC,1)                                         Material                   Assembly
                                                              (BM,1)                     (BM,1)




                                                                                                   Using Minxware      7
     Bills of Material




Control File Variables
                         These Control File Variables must be set before working with bills of material and bills of
                         products.


                         CFV      Description

                          30        Use Lead times from Routings in MRP/MPS

                          36        Releveling Required (0=N/1=Y)

                          53        Include Free Stock in Cost Rollup (Y/N)

                          81        Allow Parts To Be Added in BM,1 (Y/N)

                          88        Use BM Continuity Checking (Y/N)

                         See the Control File Variable Worksheet in Getting Started with Minxware for information about setting up
                         Control File Variables.


         General Ledger Accounts
                         See the “General Ledger” chapter in Getting Started with Minxware for information about entering General
                         Ledger accounts.


         Enter Customers
                         See the “Accounts Receivable” chapter in Volume 1 of Using Minxware for information about entering
                         customers.


         Enter Parts
                         See the “Inventory Control” chapter in Getting Started with Minxware for complete instructions about entering
                         parts and part cost information.


         Enter Engineering Change Orders
                         Revision control can be done by date or revision number, and is used by Bill of Material to
                         determine effective versions of parts. The revision tracking method is specified when the part
                         is initially entered with Part Maintenance (IN,1) and can only be changed with Part
                         Date/Revision Tracking Selection (BM,UT,3).

                         See the “Engineering Change Orders” chapter of Using Minxware for complete instructions about revision
                         tracking and entering ECOs.

                         If you must change the tracking method, see the Database Maintenance section later in this
                         chapter.

         Product Setup
                         You can now enter product groups, product price codes, and products.




8   Using Minxware
                                                                                                  Bills of Material


       Product Groups and Product Price Codes

       See the “Product Pricing” chapter in Volume 2 of Using Minxware for complete instructions about entering
       product groups and product price codes.

       Products

       You must assign product numbers if you sell parts or assemblies as final products or options
       on final products.

       To add new products or change the product description, part number, print options or
       shipping weight, use Products for a Part Maintenance (IN,14) described in the “Part
       Maintenance & Tracking” chapter.

       To change the order management fields of a product (product group, product price code, list
       price, exchange/repair price, or the warranty information), use Sales Order Product
       Maintenance (OM,10). This selection is described in the “Product Pricing” chapter.



Features
       If you will be using dependent or feature parts in your manufacturing cycle, you must enter
       feature codes before setting up bills of material and configuring products. Feature codes are
       used to identify a specific relationship between Configurable/Optional parts on a bill of
       material.

       Enter Features

       Feature codes are simply an ID and description that will be used to identify feature groups
       when entering a bill of material with Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1).

       1.   Select Feature Maintenance (BM,12).

       2.   Enter an ID for this feature.

       3.   Enter a description of this feature.

       4.   (A)ccept your entries.

       The chart on the next page depicts a sample bill of material showing how features and
       dependent parts are used.




                                                                                            Using Minxware        9
10
                              Sample Bill of Material                        System
                                                                              30000




Using Minxware
                                                                                                                                                                  Bills of Material




                                                                            1992 UN IX
                                                                            Worksystem




                   St at ic                                                                   LQ
                  Protector                                                                  Printer                                FEATURE
                   Min 0                                                                     Min 0                                   Bo ards
                   Max 9                                                                     Max 1                              Allow onl y 3 slots



                                                                                           FEATURE                                   SCSI
                                                                                          Co nne cto rs           Emula to r                            Mod em
                                                                                                                                      Port
                                                                                          Min 1 Max 1             Wei ghs 1                            Weighs 2
                                                                                                                                    We ighs 1
                                                                                                                    Slot                                 Slots
                                                                                                                                      Slot


                                                                                       Serial        Paral lel
                                                                                     Con nector     Co nne ctor
                                                                                       Min 0          Min 0
                                                                                      Max 1           Max 1

                                                                                                                               REQUIRED
                                                                                                                                FEATURE
                                                    FEATURE                                                                        Disk
                                                     Mon it ors                                                                Min 1 Max 1
                                                   Min 1 Max 1

                                                                                                                  40 MB            80MB          10 0MB
                                                                                                                   Disk             Disk          Disk
                                         EGA          Mono-        VGA                                            Min 0            Min 0          Min 0
                                         Col or      chrome        Color                                          Max 1            Max 1         Ma x 1
                                        Monitor      Monitor      Monitor
                                         Min 0        Min 0        Min 0
                                    Max 1             Max 1       Max 1
                                                                                                                   Standard                   SCSI
                                                                                                                  Con trolle r--           Con trolle r--
                                                                                                                   Exclude if               Includ e if
                                                                                                                     Disk                     Disk
                                                                                                                    Chosen                   Chosen
                 FEATURE       Option        Depend ency
                                                                                                   Bills of Material




Enter Bills of Material

                 You can now add bills of material.

                 1.   Select Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1).

                 2.   Enter the assembly part number for which you are creating a bill of material.

                      If the part is not on file, you can add it now if CFV# 81 (“Allow Parts To Be Added in
                      BM,1”) is set to ‘yes’. However, it is recommended that you enter all parts with Part
                      Maintenance (IN,1) so that cost and product information is added at the same time.

                 CAUTION: You cannot add cost or product information when you add parts with Bill of
                 Material Maintenance (BM,1). In addition, you may only enter limited part information at
                 this time. Run IN,RP,7 for a listing of parts added through BM 1 and address part
                 information in IN,1; CA,1; and IN 14.

                 3.   Indicate you want to add a bill of material for this part.

                 The following screen is displayed:




                 4.   Enter the component part number for this assembly.

                 NOTE: A component can have multiple occurrences on a bill, providing they use different
                 operation sequence numbers.




                                                                                             Using Minxware 11
      Bills of Material


                               If the component part is not on file, you can add it now. However, this should be avoided
                               unless absolutely necessary.

                          5.   Enter the component’s item number.

                               This number usually refers to the drawing of the component at this point in the assembly.

                               You should enter these numbers in increments of ten, so that future entries don't change
                               the drawing order.

                          6.   Enter the quantity of this component part required to make one assembly.

                          NOTE: If the part is serial tracked or serial and lot tracked, you can only enter a whole
                          number for the quantity per assembly.

                          7.   Enter the component’s effective date or effective revision.

                               The screen display and prompt depend on whether this part is date or revision tracked.

                               The date or revision is used to indicate when this part becomes active on this bill of
                               material.

                          See the “Engineering Change Orders” chapter of Using Minxware for detailed information about revision
                          tracking.

                               If you need to change the tracking method, see the Database Maintenance section later
                               in this chapter.

                          8.   Enter the component’s inactive date or inactive revision.

                               The date or revision is used to indicate when this part is no longer active on this bill of
                               material.

                          9.   Enter any reference information about this component.

                               This field is user-defined and for notes or references only.

                          10. Enter the component’s operation sequence number.

                               This refers to the sequence in which a particular operation takes place within the part's
                               routing. You should enter the sequence numbers in increments of ten to allow for
                               additions later.

                          11. Enter the yield factor for this component.

                          12. Indicate whether the component should be on the bill of products (may be a subline on a
                              sales order) or is an option on a configurable bill of material.

                               If ‘yes’, complete the following steps.

                               a.   Enter the Configurable/Optional component's product number.
                               b.   Indicate whether to use the product’s list price (if available) or enter the option price.
                                    This price becomes the default on the sales order line item on which the configurable
                                    product appears.


12   Using Minxware
                                                                                   Bills of Material


    c.   Enter the minimum quantity required per assembly (QPA).
         This number sets the usage of an MPS part.
    d.   Enter the maximum quantity allowed per assembly.
    e.   Enter the quantity required to produce the basic assembly with no options included.

13. (A)ccept if the information is correct.

    If CFV# 88 (“Use BM Continuity Checking”) is set to ‘yes’, a continuity check is done at
    this time to prevent a looping bill of material. Also, checks will be performed for any open
    POs, open F.A.T. Work Orders and quantities in stock to provide warnings to the user
    when a change will have an effect on WIP

14. Indicate whether to enter reference information.

    You can enter up to 999 lines of reference information for this component.

15. Enter (A)ccept when you have completed the reference information.

Configuration Rules

If you designate the part as Configurable/Optional, you can enter the actual configuration.
However, before you continue, review the following rules.

♦   The base quantity of an option must be within the usage minimum/maximum.

♦   The base quantity sets the bill of product’s quantity for that option.

    If you are editing the base quantity, you can change the existing bill of products’ quantity
    for that option.

♦   You cannot change a part to non- Configurable/Optional if you have already entered
    features and/or dependencies for that option.

♦   A required feature must have a non-zero minimum quantity.

♦   A non-required feature can have a non-zero minimum quantity.

    If you select a non-required feature, it must be within the min/max requirement.

♦   You can delete a bill of material, regardless of whether it has a bill of products.

    When deleting the bill of material, all bills of products and components for that bill of
    material are also deleted.

♦   Make all additions or deletions to the bill of products using BM,1.




                                                                              Using Minxware 13
      Bills of Material



                          Configuration Example

                          The following screen shows a configured component part using a feature set with
                          dependencies. This example is used for the configuration steps that follow.




                          Component part number 12000a is part of the feature group ‘disk’. It has two dependent
                          parts:

                          ♦    part 10110 must be selected (included) when part 12000a is selected

                          ♦    part 10112, cannot be selected (excluded) when part 12000a is selected.



                               Configure the Assembly

                          1.   Indicate that you want to add configuration information.

                          2.   Indicate whether this product is part of a feature set previously defined with Feature
                               Maintenance (BM,12) or if this is a component with its own dependent parts.

                               You can enter features without dependants and vice versa




14   Using Minxware
                                                                                  Bills of Material


Features

Features allow you to build a set of component parts belonging to a specific group.

1.   Enter the feature ID of the feature group for this component part.

     The feature must already exist.

2.   Enter the minimum number of this feature to complete an order.

     Enter zero if the feature is not required.

3.   Enter the maximum number of the feature you can have on an order.

4.   Enter the component weight or press [RETURN] to use the default of ‘1’.

     In our computer example, a computer board might take up two slots and have a weight
     value of ‘2’. If there are eight slots, you can only order four boards.

5.   If the minimum quantity for this feature is greater than zero, indicate whether this feature
     is required to complete (configure) the sales order.

     If ‘yes’, you must select a product from this feature group before you can complete the
     sales order.

Note: You cannot require a feature until you have entered enough base components in the
feature to meet the minimum feature quantity.

6.   Enter ‘Accept’ when you complete the entries.

     The bill of product record for this assembly is then updated.

Dependent Parts

If products must be excluded or included when ordering a related option, you must enter
dependent parts. For example, a certain part may be required when an option is selected, as
is the case in the computer example in which a specific disk controller is required depending
on the disk drive selected.

1.   Indicate that you want to ‘add’.

2.   Enter the part number of the dependent part.

     All dependent parts must have a product number and be Configurable/Optional parts on
     this bill of material.

3.   Indicate whether to include or exclude the part.

     Include            This part is automatically included on a sales order when its
                        component part is selected. It becomes a sub-line below its product
                        line item number.

     Exclude            This part is excluded from the sales order when the component part is
                        selected. In our disk controller example, you may exclude the
                        incompatible controllers for each disk choice.


                                                                             Using Minxware 15
      Bills of Material


                          NOTE: You can only enter an exclusion one level down in your bill of material.

                               You need only enter an excluded part once. For example, if part B is excluded when
                               ordering part A, enter the exclusion information for part A. Minxware automatically adds
                               an exclusion to part B’s configuration to exclude part A.

                          4.   If the part was included, enter the quantity to use.

                               In our computer example, if one controller is needed for every four disks selected, the
                               quantity for this dependent part would be ‘.25’.

                               The quantity is automatically set to one for exclusive parts.

                          5.   Indicate whether this is a fixed quantity.

                               If it is, it will be selected only once on the sales order, even if this is a dependent part on
                               more than one component part.

                               The fixed quantity is always set to ‘no’ for exclusive parts.

                          6.   Indicate the rounding type for this part. This relates to the dependent part quantity
                               selected. The choices are:

                               Standard              Round up if .5 or more; round down if .4 or below.

                               Up                    Round 3.01 up to 4.0.

                               Down                  Round 3.99 down to 3.0.

                               None                  Do not do any rounding. This is the default for exclusive parts.

                               In our computer example, one controller is needed for every four disks. If you rounded
                               up, one controller, rather than .25 controllers, would be ordered if only one disk is
                               ordered.

                          Complete the Bill

                          1.   Continue entering component information until you have completed the bill of material.

                          2.   After you enter the last component press [RETURN].

                               All components for the assembly are displayed.

                          3.   (A)ccept the bill of material if the information is correct.

                          Bill of Products

                          When a bill of material is created or changed, the bill of product is automatically updated.

                          See the “Bill of Products” chapter in volume 2 of Using Minx ware for additional information.


          Edit A Bill Of Material
                          You can add new components, change the quantity required for any or all components, and
                          delete components using Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1). However, you cannot change

16   Using Minxware
                                                                                           Bills of Material


        the setting on Configurable/Optional from Y to N, if that component has configuration
        information.

        You can delete a component from a bill. However, it is recommended that its inactive date be
        changed instead. This will preserve the bill of material history.

        Changes to the bill of material will not affect any work orders previously released for that
        assembly.


Delete A Bill of Material
        You can delete an assembly's bill of material with Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1). This
        has no effect on work orders previously released for the assembly since the BOM is copied to
        the work order material file.

        CAUTION: Associated bill of products are also deleted when a bill of material is deleted.


        NOTE: The Bill of Material Maintenance programs will perform checks for any open
        Purchase Orders, open FAT Work Orders and quantities in stock to provide warnings when
        a change will effect WIP.

Copy A Bill Of Material
        You can copy a bill of material; then edit any differences for the new assembly. This is useful
        when first setting up Minxware.

        1.   Select Copy A Bill of Material (BM,5).

        WARNING: If you have Configurable/Optional items on this BOM, it is recommended that
        you do not copy it. Copying could cause configuration problems when entering sales
        orders. If you choose to copy, you will at least need to ensure that the same components
        have different item numbers on each BOM.

        2.   Enter the part number of the bill of material you want to copy.

        3.   Enter the assembly part number for the bill of material you want to create.

             If this part is not on file, you can add it now.

        4.   If you ‘accept’, the bill of material is copied.

             You can now use Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1) to make any changes.


Compare Bills of Material
        You can compare two Bills of Material. They can either be BOMs of two different assemblies
        or different versions of the same BOM. The report (BM,RP,8) will list components that are
        shared and those that are unique.


Create Bill of Serial Template File


                                                                                    Using Minxware 17
      Bills of Material


                          When you add, delete, or edit a part on a bill of material, a warning message is displayed
                          advising you to select Create BOS Template File (IN,UT,11). The template file provides the
                          framework for mapping serial and lot tracked parts to each other as they are manufactured,
                          shipped and moved in and out of inventory.

                          See the “Inventory Control” chapter in Getting Started with Minxware for information about creating the BOS
                          template file.


          Reports and Inquiries
                          The following reports and inquiries provide information on what you have entered thus far.

                          Products
                             Products for a Part Inquiry (IN,15)
                             Product Number Report (OM,RP,7)

                          Posting Table
                             Sales Posting Table Report (OM,RP,13)

                          Product Groups
                             Product Group Report (OM,RP,20)

                          Components-+
                             Component Where-Used (BM,RP,2)

                          Bills of Material
                              Bill of Material Report (BM,RP,1)
                              Costed Bill of Material (BM,8)
                              Summary Bill of Material (BM,9)
                              Bill of Material Comparison (BM,RP,8)
                              Summary Bill of Material (BM,RP,4)
                              Bill of Material Inquiry (BM,10)

                          Costed Bill of Material
                             Costed Bill of Material (BM,8)
                             Costed Bill of Material Report (BM,RP,3)


                          NOTE: If you want to see inclusive dependents, use Costed Bill of Products Inquiry
                          (OM,23).


                          Bill of Products
                               Bill of Products Report (OM,RP,26)
                               Bill of Products Inquiry (OM,20)
                               Costed Bill of Products Inquiry (OM,23)




18   Using Minxware
                                                                                              Bills of Material



Application
            Once you have entered bills of material, there are several ways to modify them. Each method
            is discussed in this section.

     Change Effective Dates on All BOMs
            You can change a component's effective and inactive date on all bills of material. Only those
            parts that are date tracked are affected.

            1.   Select Change a Component’s Effective Dates on All BOMs (BM,2).

            2.   Enter the component part number.

            3.   Enter a new effective and/or inactive date for the component.

                 Overlapping effective dates for components with the same part number and item number
                 is not allowed, nor can the effective and inactive dates be the same.

            4.   (A)ccept the new dates to start the process.

                 Once the dates are changed, you can use Create BOS Template File (IN,UT,11) to make
                 the necessary changes for mapping purposes. If you do not recreate the BOS template
                 file now, you must select it before performing any transaction that requires mapping.


     Change a Component on All BOMs
            You can substitute one component part for another on all bills of material on which the part
            appears. Use this when replacing a component part on all assemblies.

            An error message will be displayed if:

            ♦    changing the component creates an assembly with a looping bill of material, or one with
                 more than 20 levels.

            ♦    the 'old' component part is used on the bill of material of the 'new' component

            ♦    there are Configurable/Optional parts whose product number is different from the ‘old’
                 part.
            1.   Select Change Component ‘A’ to ‘B’ on All Bills of Material (BM,3).

            2.   Enter the ‘old’ component part number.

            3.   If the component is Configurable/Optional on the bill of material, enter its associated
                 product number.

            4.   Enter the ‘new’ component part number.

                 If the new component is Configurable/Optional on the bill of material, enter its associated
                 product number.

                 If the new component part number is not on file, you can add it now.

                                                                                         Using Minxware 19
      Bills of Material


                          See the “Inventory Control” chapter in Getting Started with Minxware for information about entering parts.

                          5.   (A)ccept the new component to begin the replacement process.

                          6.   When the process is complete, indicate whether to create the BOS template file.

                               Use Create BOS Template File (IN,UT,11) to make the necessary changes for mapping
                               purposes. If you do not recreate the BOS template file now, you must select it before
                               performing any transaction that requires mapping.


          Delete A Component on All BOMs
                          You can remove a component part from all bills of material on which it is currently listed,
                          regardless of its effective or inactive dates. Do this before deleting a component part from
                          inventory to ensure that the part is no longer used in any current assembly.

                          CAUTION: This program removes all component history from the bill of material. If
                          you want to retain this information do not use this selection. Instead, change the
                          components effective dates using Bill of Material Maintenance (BM,1) or Change a
                          Component’s Effective Dates on All BOMs (BM,2).

                          1.   Select Delete A Component From All BOMs (BM,4).

                          2.   Enter the component part number to delete.

                          3.   (A)ccept the entry to remove the component from all bills of material.

                          4.   When the process is complete, indicate whether to create the BOS template file.

                               Use Create BOS Template File (IN,UT,11) to make the necessary changes for mapping
                               purposes. If you do not recreate the BOS template file now, you must select it before
                               performing any transaction that requires mapping.


          Change Component Part's Product on All BOMs
                          You can change the ID of a part or product on all bills of material.

                          1.   Select Change Component Part’s Product In All BOMs (BM,11).

                          2.   Enter the component part number to change.

                          3.   Enter the new component product number.

                          4.   If you ‘accept’, all associated bills of material are automatically changed.




20   Using Minxware
                                                                                            Bills of Material



Database Maintenance
            This section describes rebuilding files and transferring BOM information.

            WARNING: Always do a complete database backup before selecting any rebuild, archive or
            deletion program.

            The System Manager’s Handbook contains detailed information about creating backup tapes.


    Rebuild Files
            Periodically, you may suspect damage to your data files. These file errors can be the result of
            power failures or hardware malfunctions. You can use the rebuild program to identify
            corrupted data without damaging existing information.

            CAUTION: If you experience file problems or errors during the rebuild, consult the
            System Manager’s Handbook for information about data corruption. Do NOT run
            Minxware until the problems are resolved.

            To rebuild your Bill of Material files:

            1.   Shutdown Minxware using Minx Shut Down (SU,2).

            2.   Select Rebuild Minx Files (SU,UT,4).

            3.   Indicate whether to schedule the rebuild for batch execution.




                                                                                        Using Minxware 21
      Bills of Material




                          4.   Select # 3 – Manufacturing then

                               Indicate whether to rebuild all Minxware files.

                               Enter ‘no’ and then select the Bill of Material (BM) files only (as shown in the outline box
                               above)

                          5.   (A)ccept the options to begin the rebuild.



          Transfer Bills of Material
                          You can copy selected bills and their associated detail files from one database to another.

                          This is convenient when setting up a new database in Minxware.

                          You must have a complete 'to' database (including GL accounts) before using this program.

                          Bill of material and inventory records are added to the new database.

                          1.   Select Bill of Material Transfer (BM,UT,2).

                          2.   Enter the report destination and number of copies of the report to print.

                          3.   (A)ccept the report options.

                          4.   Enter the 'from' and 'to' databases numbers.

                          5.   Enter the starting and ending assembly part number.




22   Using Minxware
                                                                                         Bills of Material


       6.   Indicate whether to copy the inventory cost fields.

            It is recommended that you copy the part’s standard cost information, since it is required
            whenever the assembly is produced, purchased or shipped.

       CAUTION: If you do not copy the cost fields, these must be entered with Proposed Cost
       Maintenance (CA,1), and then rolled to standard using Cost Roll-Over (CA,UT,3).

            Refer to the “Part Costing” chapter in Volume 3 of Using Minxware for additional
            information on cost accounting.

       7.   (A)ccept the options selected to begin the transfer.

            Once the transfer is complete, the number of assemblies and/or components and parts
            transferred (added) to the database is displayed. A transfer report is also produced.



Change the Revision Control Method
       Use this selection if you must change the ECO revision control tracking method of specific
       part numbers and their associated bills of material.

       NOTE: If active ECOs exist for a part, you cannot change the revision control tracking
       method.

       1.   Shutdown Minxware using Minx Shut Down (SU,2).

       2.   Select Part Date/Revision Tracking Selection (BM,UT,3).

       3.   Indicate whether to select individual parts or a range of parts.

       The range option is described below.



       Change a Range of Parts
       1. Enter the starting and ending part number range.

       2.   Indicate whether to convert all part numbers in the range to (D)ate or (R)evision tracking.

       CAUTION: If you change a part from date tracked to revision tracked, all non-effective
       components are deleted from that part’s bill of material.

       3.   (A)ccept the options to convert the tracking method.

       The bill of products structure is verified once the conversion is complete.




                                                                                     Using Minxware 23
      Bills of Material



Appendix
          Feature Worksheet
                          Feature ID:   Description:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                          Feature ID:   Description:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                          Feature ID:   Description:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:
                  Product Number:




24   Using Minxware
                                                                                                Bills of Material




           Bill Of Material Worksheet

Assembly Part #: ___________     ___                   Description:__________________________

Source Code: __________                                Revision: _______________

S/UOM: ______       P/UOM: ______

Revision Control Method: (Date/Rev-level) _______________________

                 Component Part Number:
                 Item Number:                            Quantity Per Assembly:
                 Effective Date/Rev:                     Inactive Date/Rev:
                 Part Number
                 Revision Control Method:
                 Reference:
                 Operation Sequence No.:                 Usage Minimum QPA:
                 Yield Factor:                           Usage Maximum QPA:
                 Configurable/Configurable/Optional?     Base QPA:
                 Component Product No.:
                 Option Price:




                 Component Part Number:
                 Item Number:                            Quantity Per Assembly:
                 Effective Date/Rev:                     Inactive Date/Rev:
                 Part Number
                 Revision Control Method:
                 Reference:
                 Operation Sequence No.:                 Usage Minimum QPA:
                 Yield Factor:                           Usage Maximum QPA:
                 Configurable/Configurable/Optional?     Base QPA:
                 Component Product No.:
                 Option Price:




                                                                                          Using Minxware 25
      Bills of Material




          Options Configuration Worksheet

                 Configurable/Configurable/Optional Part Number:
                                                    Feature Information
                 Feature ID:                                   Description:
                 Required Feature?                                        Component Weight:
                 Feature Minimum:                                         Feature Maximum:
                                                      Dependencies:
                 Dependent           Part/Product              Incl/      Quantity   Fixed    Round
                 Part/Product        Description               Excl                  Qty      Type
                 Number




                 Configurable/Configurable/Optional Part Number:
                                                    Feature Information

                 Feature ID:                                   Description:
                 Required Feature?                                        Component Weight:
                 Feature Minimum:                                         Feature Maximum:
                                                      Dependencies:
                 Dependent           Part/Product              Incl/      Quantity   Fixed    Round
                 Part/Product        Description               Excl                  Qty      Type
                 Number




26   Using Minxware
                                                                                     Bills of Material




       Bill Of Material Reference Error! Bookmark not defined.Worksheet

Assembly Part Number: _____________________________________

Source: __________      Rev.: _________

Description:_________________________________ CODE: _____ NO: ___

S/UOM: ______           P/UOM: ______



                Component Part      Item Number          Reference Information
                   Number




                                                                                 Using Minxware 27
      Bills of Material



Notes




28   Using Minxware

								
To top