Manufacturing bill of material

A manufacturing bill of material (MBOM) is a type of bill of material reflecting the product as planned by manufacturing engineering, also referred to as the "as manufactured" or "as built" bill of material. This type of Manufacturing Bill of Materials may and most times does differ from an engineered Bill of Materials. The As built structure is meant to reflect how an end item is manufactured on the shop floor.

It is a list of the parts, materials, documents and tools required in the manufacture of a product. This BOM includes material that is contained in drawing notes and typically also includes an indicator of whether manufacturing intends on buying or making the indicated material. The MBOM includes any synthetic part numbers and is the driver for all manufacturing requirements in MRP and ERP Systems..

ee also

* Bill of Materials
* Modular BOM
* Configurable BOM
* Material requirements planning (MRP)
* Manufacturing resource planning (MRP II)
* Enterprise resource planning (ERP)


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