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Concepts of Production BOMs

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

Manufacturers use production bills of material to supervise the use of items and components used for intermediate and finished products.

The products to be produced consist of items and possibly of sub-assemblies, so that the production BOM consists of single items, sub-assemblies and other production BOMs (phantom BOMs).

Production bills of material can consist of several levels, and you can use a maximum of 50 BOM levels. One production BOM corresponds to one level. The use of other item production BOMs defines the lower levels. The production BOMs are assigned to the item in the Production BOM No. field on the Manufacturing FastTab of the item card.

The production BOMs of this program exclusively manage the production material needs. Resources are managed in the routings.

A production BOM can only be defined after the items of which it consists have been set up.

Example

Item 1100 Front Wheel consists of the following items:

  • 1110 Rim

  • 1120 Spokes

  • 1150 Front Hub, which consists of 1151 Axle Front Wheel and 1155 Socket front

  • 1160 Tire

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