Shop Work Order
A work order is a multi-page document that provides information to production staff that is required to manufacture a part. The work order document also includes areas that allow staff to record certain information about that process.
Work orders must contain the following information:
The first page lists details about:
the work order, number of parts, and when it is due
the part used
any subcontractor information
the bill of materials
and the routing summary
Other pages will be specific to each part routing operation, displaying detailed information for each operation.
Considering the work order settings, a completion work order label may be printed to be affixed to the part along with any part drawings that would help production staff better understand what needs to be done.
Work Order Detail
On page 1, we have the following:
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At the bottom of the first sheet, you will find the scrap codes and inspection information
Routing Operation Detail Pages
When printing a work order, you can select to print the work order with tags/ labels and attached part drawings to assist the production staff.