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Subassemblies are materials plus labor--the building blocks of your manufacturing process. In the subassemblies detail view, you can see the procedures necessary to build the subassembly, the materials and subassemblies that go into it, what work orders are currently in process to build it, what products the subassembly is used in, and usage statistics. As in Materials, you can flag a subassembly and enter comments about why it is flagged. Data from the payroll module feeds into this screen, showing the actual labor costs for the past 16 weeks, which can be compared to the labor costs projected. You get real-time figures for what each component of your final project is costing you.

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The Subassembly detail view shows you everything you need to know about the subassemblies you create. You can:

  1. Create procedures to be followed when the subassembly is built, the skill level needed to accomplish each procedure, the time it should take, and what that labor should cost

  2. List all the materials that go into a subassembly, the quantity of each used, and their cost

  3. List all the subassemblies that go into a subassembly, the quantity of each used, and their cost

  4. Insert a photo or graphic (or several) of the subassembly to aid in taking inventory, building the subassembly, quality control, etc.

  5. Flag subassemblies with customizable categories and comment fields

  6. Show all work orders for creating a subassembly and whether they have been completed

  7. Show all products in which the subassembly is used

  8. Designate an inventory cycle, enter minimum stock levels, designate primary and secondary locations for finished subassemblies, and show when the last inventory of the material was conducted

  9. Show the actual real-time cost of materials and labor in subassemblies built

  10. View your inventory levels in a list view showing usage, current inventory, and value