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Tooling for manufacturing

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Topic: Tooling for manufacturing
Posted By: sakunkel
Subject: Tooling for manufacturing
Date Posted: 10 January 2017 at 13:10
I want to create part numbers in Epicor to purchase tooling for our manufacturing area as expense items. I was told that we cannot create part numbers in Epicor unless it is for inventory items. Does anyone know if there is a way to use part numbers for expense items?

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Scott



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Posted By: BruceLarson
Date Posted: 29 January 2017 at 07:48
Tooling in Epicor can be handled many different ways.
One way of setting up tooling is doing exactly what you are suggesting.
Create the Tool using a unique part number.  Set the part class to one that has been set up to the correct GL control code that will point to the correct expense.
Set the Non-stock flag to yes
Set the Quantity bearing to no
On the Site tab you could put a note of the supplier for the part.

Create your purchase orders using this part, it will automatically change the line type to "other"

Bruce Larson
Larson Solutions
bruce@larsonSolutions.com



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Bruce Larson
Principal Consultant
Certified Epicor Services Partner
Bruce@LarsonSolutions.com


Posted By: Gnana
Date Posted: 04 February 2017 at 17:30
I see a glitch here.

Part set up without costs even though Non Stock item PUR - UKN picks Correct GL .
But immediately ADJ CST flows  entries to variances.  How to prevent it. ?





Posted By: Mizrahi
Date Posted: 12 October 2017 at 09:00
That's odd. I've never seen that glich. Did you find a solution?



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