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Costed BOM issues

Costed BOM issues

Costed BOM issues

We have a component (2 part potting compound) that comes in 200ml cartridges.

In Item master we have it listed as purchased as EA and we Stock, Sell and Manufacture in ML. For purchasing we have the Stock Ratio Conversion as 200. So when we order 100 Cartridges, QOH should be 20,000ML.

On the BOM we use a quantity of 10ML.

When run a costed BOM it costs this component as if we are using 10 cartridges instead of 10ML.

We have our wire set up this same way and it doesn't seem to be an issue. Just with this potting compound.

Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong?


RE: Costed BOM issues

I am late to this thread, did you get an answer?

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