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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Old 28th August 2002, 09:57
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Exclamation Bill of Material

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How can i define correctly a 'BOM' for an assembly of 4 diferent pieces with diferent weights.

In the inicial operation is an assembly, but in the next operations is pieces that are treated

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please give an example.
Is the different pieces diffrerent items? What do you assemble at operation 10? What gets treated at operation 20? Items used at operation 20 the same as assembled item?
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Re: Bill of Material

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Hi,

How can i define correctly a 'BOM' for an assembly of 4 diferent pieces with diferent weights.

In the inicial operation is an assembly, but in the next operations is pieces that are treated

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Suppose a foundry machine. In the first operation i get assembly of different pieces. That assembly has a code item.
The next operation is a cutting operation and the assembly is separate in 4 different pieces..... with different codes....

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It looks like you don't store the assembled item and this suggests a phantom item. The 4 different pieces at the end would be easy if you have process as this could be co/by-products but if discrete manuf is used you could add negative lines on the BOM. Issuing negative lines was discussed on a previous thread.
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Supose that

Assembly - code "aaa" weight : 0,500 kg

Pieces - code xx weight : 0,200 kg
code yy weight : 0,100 kg
code ww " : 0,050 kg
code zz " : 0,150 kg

what the correct bom ?

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Lets say final item XX Bom unit .2kg

Parent Item XX
Components:
aaa .5kg (Phantom)
yy -.1kg
ww -.05kg
zz -.1kg

Bom for aaa
Parent: aaa
Component:
Raw Material codes.
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