Also referred to as a "BOM"; a list of components / parts required to produce an item.
A list of all purchased and manufactured parts used to produce the final product. The Bill of Materials includes a detailed definition of the finished product -specifications of all parts and components - to be manufactured as well as methods and procedures. (see Drawing Package)
A list of items or components used for fabrication, shipping, receiving, and accounting purposes.
A document that sets out quantity required, manufacturer's part numbers, device descriptions, value, type or size, and reference designators.
an itemized account of all of the parts of a product and their relationships in order to assemble a complete product. In IRM terms, the bill of materials for information includes systems, data and business resources.
A detailed specification, for each product produced, of the sub-assemblies, components and materials required, distinguishing between those items which are purchased externally and those which are manufactured in-house.
A listing of the materials included in a product. A bill of material could be thought of as a bakery's recipe for producing one of its products. To Top
A document that functions as the master control in the process of assembling components for inclusion in a kit or finished product.
A list of all the materials required to manufacture a product.
Detailed list of materials and components that make up an assembly, a building block of central manufacturing information system and often used in cost accounting
(n) A listing of parts or materials used in an assembled object. The listing is usually included as part of the working drawing of the full assembly.
a listing of all the materials, including the part numbers and quantities of all the parts required to complete the contract
A comprehensive listing of all subassemblies, components, and raw materials that go into a parent assembly, showing the quantity of each required to make the assembly.
Fixed-format ASCII files where each piece of information appears between certain columns. Presents the list of used parts.
(or BOM) A list of the other products (or components) that are needed to make up a product. For example, a toolkit may have a bill of materials listing the following components - a tool box, a spanner set and a screwdriver.
Fixed-format ASCII files where each piece of information appears between certain columns. The Relex CAD Import/ExportWizardTM is completely compatible with BOM files, able to import information from, and export data to, the BOM format.
The list and quantity of raw materials and components required to produce a finished good. Some manufacturing systems include labor and outside services in the bill of material. Bill of Material is a used mainly for discrete manufacturers and is synonymous with formulas for process manufacturers.
A listing of all subassemblies, intermediate parts and raw materials that go into a parent assembly showing the quantity of each required to make an assembly.
A list that enumerates by part number or description each piece of material or assembly to be shipped. Also called tally sheet or shipping list.
complete listing of all part s and raw material s that go into an article showing the quantity of each item required to make the unit. [D04614] QWF A listing of all the subassemblies, part s, and raw material s required to make an assembly. [D04006] CSM
a script in the language BOM (see ) defining the components that make up a program or group of programs.
A list that outlines each component or assembly to be shipped. Also called tally sheet or shipping list.
a comprehensive listing of all components and subassemblies that go into a specific product, showing the quantity of each required to assemble the item.
A document that includes manufacturer's part numbers, quantity required, device descriptions, value, type or size, and reference designators.
A list of components, ingredients, or materials needed to manufacture a product; the hierarchy of materials or components making up a product or subassembly including the proper ratios of quantities of each item.
An itemized list of materials for fabrication and shipment.
The list of parts used to build the system. Abbreviated as B.O.M.
The source of information for all components.
A bill of materials or bill of material (abbreviated "BOM") describes a product in terms of its assemblies, sub-assemblies, and basic parts. Basically consisting of a list of parts, a BOM is an essential part of the design and manufacture of any product.