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MBJoe

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Hello,

I would like to design a database for the following:
Filaments -> Parts
Parts -> Sub-Assemblies
Sub Assemblies -> Assemblies

Sub-Assemblies can contain multiples of the same parts and multiple parts

Assemblies can contain multiple parts and or Sub-Assemblies, possibly multiples of the same

Print Settings could include colour of filament, temperature of extruder, and whether a support is required


Things I would like to accomplish/output:
I would like to be able to enter an order from a customer (possibly containing multiples of Assemblies, Sub-Assemblies, and Parts) and have a summary of total number of each part required, separated by print settings. Also, the total time to print and material consumed.

Nice to haves:
Total shipping volume (to determine shipping costs)
The ability to create printable invoices (prices would only show in relation to how the items were ordered as Assemblies are discounted) including a line for shipping (manually entered).
- calculate tax and keep track of it on a monthly basis


I understand the basics of how to set up the items above the Nice to Haves. I am struggling with getting the output(s) I want and I'm hoping to be pointed in the right direction.

Any help is and would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Joe
 

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Are you able to upload a zipped copy of your current database?
 

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Hi Mike,

I have attached what I have so far.

Thanks,
Joe
 

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Hi Joe

Can you upload a full example of an Order from a Customer showing Assemblies, Sub-Assemblies, and Parts?
 

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Hi Mike,

Here is a sample order:
1 - 210-2
1 - 216-1
2 - 242
4 - 2403

Breakdown as follows:
431C Standard 714.29g 4d 9h 22m:
4 - 2403
1 - 2418
2 - 2419
1 - 2420
1 - 2421
4 - 2422
2 - 2424
1 - 2425
3 - 2428
3 - 2429
16 - 2432
8 - 2503
4 - 2511
4 - 2513

431C 260° Filament 7.02g 1h 4m:
2 - 2510
6 - 2512

YellowC 30° Support 6.24g 1h 36m:
8 - 2504

Hopefully I didn't mess any of the math up, but the above breakdown and totals should be correct.

Thanks,
Joe
 

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Hi Mike,

Here is a sample order:
1 - 210-2
1 - 216-1
2 - 242
4 - 2403

Breakdown as follows:
431C Standard 714.29g 4d 9h 22m:
4 - 2403
1 - 2418
2 - 2419
1 - 2420
1 - 2421
4 - 2422
2 - 2424
1 - 2425
3 - 2428
3 - 2429
16 - 2432
8 - 2503
4 - 2511
4 - 2513

431C 260° Filament 7.02g 1h 4m:
2 - 2510
6 - 2512

YellowC 30° Support 6.24g 1h 36m:
8 - 2504

Hopefully I didn't mess any of the math up, but the above breakdown and totals should be correct.

Thanks,
Joe
Joe I just sent you a conversation question
 

mike60smart

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Hi Mike,

Here is a sample order:
1 - 210-2
1 - 216-1
2 - 242
4 - 2403

Breakdown as follows:
431C Standard 714.29g 4d 9h 22m:
4 - 2403
1 - 2418
2 - 2419
1 - 2420
1 - 2421
4 - 2422
2 - 2424
1 - 2425
3 - 2428
3 - 2429
16 - 2432
8 - 2503
4 - 2511
4 - 2513

431C 260° Filament 7.02g 1h 4m:
2 - 2510
6 - 2512

YellowC 30° Support 6.24g 1h 36m:
8 - 2504

Hopefully I didn't mess any of the math up, but the above breakdown and totals should be correct.

Thanks,
Joe
Hi Joe
This not what I need to see
Can you layout what a Typical Invoice would look like for a Customer.
Probably best to do this in Excel
 

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