What is a Manufacturing Bill of Materials (MBOM)?

Manufacturing Bill of Materials Definition

A manufacturing bill of materials (MBOM) contains all the parts, labels, packaging, and assemblies required to build and ship a finished product to customers. It is different than an engineering bill of materials (EBOM) which provides the as-designed BOM.

What is Manufacturing Bill of Materials?

FAQs

What should be included in a bill of materials?

The product code, part name, part number, part revision, description, quantity, unit of measure, size, length, weight, and specifications or characteristics of the product are all listed on each line of the bill of materials (BOM).

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What are the types of BOMs?

Engineering and manufacturing BOMs are the two most common types of BOMs.

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What is the difference between an engineering BOM and a manufacturing BOM?

A manufacturing BOM contains all the parts and assemblies required to build a complete and shippable product. It typically provides information on how parts are related to each other and how the finished product is structured. An engineering BOM, on the other hand, is organized according to MCAD/EDA tools and represents the physical product being “engineered,” not the packaging or manufacturing consumables.

*Source: Manufacturing BOMs (EBOMS) Are Critical to Successfully Build Products

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