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If a part is used in multiple assemblies if the part has to be revised then the related assemblies are to be revised

kneelamohankris
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If a part is used in multiple assemblies if the part has to be revised then the related assemblies are to be revised

Hi everyone,

If a part(not a standard part) is used in multiple assemblies if we want revise the part then the related assemblies are to be revised.

when we revise that part i am not getting the option in collect objects where the object is used.

if that part is revised i want revise the assembly also.

i had kept some screen shots for info.

Who can i do this?

Thanks

Neel

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This is the classic case - how far up do you incorporate changes?

For development, in general people do not Rev the where-used objects.

After Release, the general rule is that if Rev B and Rev A parts cannot be placed into the same bin on the production floor, then rather than Revise, one needs to create a new Part Number and manage it's use in the next higher assembly; with a similar consideration at all higher levels.

Thanks for the Reply Mike

I Totally agree with u.

This was a rare case if that happens and the part that was changed has to be affected in both assemblies then what should i do,

And is there any option to collect the objects where the part is used.

When i revise the part to REV B i want my assembly to be revise to same revision of REV B even for single assembly,can this be done ?

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