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Bill of Process

addresses the processes that produce your product, along with their sequence. Process planning is typically documented on a routing sheet that helps you organize these production-related elements: methods of production, tooling, fixtures, machinery, sequence of operations, processing time of operations, and assembly methods. Even for simpler hardware-based products, there are a number of different factors that must be taken into account during process planning. These include: dimensions and size, surface finish, geometric shape, tolerance, material being processed, product value and urgency, manufacturing capabilities, and resources available.

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