What is a Parent Item?

Parent Item Definition

A parent item refers to an upper-level assembly (or bill of materials) that contains child items that are used to build the assembly. Child items are the lower-level components that are required to build a parent item. Example: A bicycle (parent item) is made up of a seat, frame, handlebar, and two wheels (child items).

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