Friday, January 03, 2014

Baseline Conceptual Models: Part Manufacturing Model

Part Manufacturing Model:  Parts are manufactured at one or more plant Facility Locations.  The plants have production lines that produce parts in Lots or vats.  Lots are important to track for product quality management.  Parts can vary from lot to lot.  For example:  A fabric can have a dye that slight varies from one lot to another.   This is why people are interested in dye lots for fabric.  The manufacture will consume other parts in inventory to manufacture other parts and then these new parts are placed into inventory at a specific location.  A Non-Serialized As-Built Part Bill of Materials is created for parts.  Please see Part Serialization Model for Serialized As-Build Part Bill of Materials.  This model is dependent on Part Bill of Materials (BOM) Model.

Please see (Baseline Conceptual Models Commentary) for further details on what conceptual models are to be used for.

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