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Kit field descriptions

General Kit information (In the top section of the screen)

Kit #

The ID for the kit. This number is automatically generated by SmartTurn.

Order #

The ID for the kit order that this kit is fulfilling. This number is from the kit order, and is automatically generated by SmartTurn.

Date Created

The date the kit was first created.

Created By

The person who created the kit.

Completed Date

The date the kit is finished being built.

Warehouse

The warehouse the kit is being built in.

Status

The state of the kit. Values include:

  • Saved - This state indicates that the kit has been created, and/or that you have started building it. Inventory has been soft allocated for the kit.
  • Closed - This state indicates that you have finished building the kit. The Component Items have been removed from inventory, and the Items to Produce and By-Product Items have been created in inventory at their specified locations.
  • Cancelled - This state indicates that the kit has been cancelled. No more actions can be taken the kit. Inventory is no longer soft allocated for this kit.

Kit Date

The date of record for the kit. Requires proper formatting (mm/dd/yyyy).

Use as item receipt date

If checked, instructs SmartTurn to use the date selected in the Kit Order Date field as the Item receipt date for each of the items produced on this kit. If left unchecked, the Item receipt date remains null (users can Edit an Items to Produce line item to change the Item receipt date on an individual item). Regardless of whether the Item receipt date is inherited from the kit, users can edit the Item receipt date on any individual item record in inventory.

Owner

Often used for 3PL (3rd Party Logistics) operations to specify the owner of the items. Enter only if applicable. Type in a full or partial name to look up an owner from your company's Business Affiliates. More info...

If you enter an Owner on the kit, then all of the other business affiliates on the document must have a Business Affiliate Owner that is either not set or is set to the Owner on the kit, and all of the component items must have an Owner that is either not set or is set to the Owner on the kit.

From the kit order.

The Code of the business affiliate is listed when viewing the kit.

Vendor

If applicable, the vendor for the goods on this kit. More info...

From the kit order.

Broker

If applicable, the third-party agent or intermediary responsible for conducting transactions and services on your company's behalf or on behalf of the owner of the items on this kit. More info...

From the kit order.

Customer

If applicable, the customer for the goods on this kit. Note that the kit will not send the produced items to the customer (use a purchase order for that). However, you can use this field if the items are being produced for a specific customer. More info...

From the kit order.

Kit WIP Location

The location where the work of assembling the kit will be completed. When you start building the kit, the component items are transferred here. The Location Type of this location must be Kit WIP.

Comments tab

Comments

Optional comments regarding the kit. Limit 200 characters.

History tab

Date

Date the kit order was modified.

User

User who made the change.

Event

The type of activity: Create, Edit, Cancelled, etc.

Billing Tab

General Billing Information

The Billing Tab is only present if this document has an Owner specified in the header.

Billing Status

The status of the billing section: Saved, Closed, or Cancelled.

Total Billable Amount

The total amount to bill the Owner. The sum of the Totals of each line in the Billing Lines table.

Billing Lines table

Line #

The system generated line number for the billing line.

Charge Type

The name of the charge type.

General Ledger Code

The general ledger account number associated with the charge type.

Billing Basis

The Billing Basis answers the question: "How should the amount to bill be calculated?" The options for Billing Basis are per Document, per Line, per Unit of Measure, and ad Hoc (only used for manually added billing lines).

Computed Qty

The system's suggestion of the quantity to bill. (The Total for the line is calculated as Qty multiplied by Rate; Computed Qty has no effect on the total for the line.)

Qty

The actual amount to bill, including the unit of measure for billing lines with Billing Basis of per Unit of Measure. (The Total for the line is calculated as Qty multiplied by Rate.)

Description

A description of what is being billed, such as you might place on an invoice. Optional.

Rate

The unit amount to charge.

Total

The total for the line, calculated as Qty multiplied by Rate.

 

 

 

Items to Produce

Line #

The system generated line number.

Item #

The item master number. An item master is a master record for a type of inventory item. The item master includes the item description, materials and handling specifications, sales and fulfillment specifications, and warehouse-specific information.

Description

The description of the item # from the item master.

Disassembly

True if the item is being disassembled; false if it is being assembled.

This column is only present if you customize the page.

Lot #

The lot number assigned to the item. From the kit order.

License #

The license number assigned to the item.

Serial #

The serial number assigned to the item.

Product ID

The ID the vendor has assigned to the item.

Ordered Qty

The quantity required by the order, taken from the kit order. The Ordered Qty is the minimum amount of goods you can make, given the output of your kit specification, and still satisfy your Desired Qty.

The Ordered Qty is different from the Desired Qty only if the Desired Qty is not a multiple of the output of the kit specification. For example, if your Desired Qty is 5 eaches, but your kit specification makes 3 eaches, the Ordered Qty on your kit order will be 6 eaches.

Produced Qty

The quantity of the item actually produced by this kit.

Maximum Available Qty

The maximum amount that the Produced Qty can be without over-fulfilling the kit order.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Expire Date

For perishable goods: the expiration date associated with an inventory item. For reference only: The SmartTurn system will not alert or prompt you when the date passes. The system also does not prevent you from assigning an expiration date in the past or far into the future. Format is mm/dd/yyyy.

Items to Produce on the kit that are Expiration Date Controlled cannot be created in inventory without an Expire date.

Location

The location where the item is put away once it is created. When you key in this value, SmartTurn provides auto-complete suggestions for only those locations that have unused capacity. Similarly, if you choose the Put to Same Loc option, the Location finder screen displays only locations with unused capacity.

Unit Cost

The cost of the item, taken from the kit specification for this item.

Total Item Cost

The line total (Produced Qty x Unit Cost).

Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Cube

The total cube or volume of the line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets

The total number of pallets of this line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this line item. The default value is taken from the kit order and the Produced Qty. This field is different from Pallets only when you have some partial pallets. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs, then you have 1.5 Pallets Filled, but 2 Pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of inventory on this line item divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are: the Pallet Packing Ratio is 1.0 only when all pallets are completely full. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs and 2 Pallets, then the Pallet Packing Ratio is (15 / (10 * 2)) = (15 / 20) = 0.75.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Unit

The unit of measure in which the new inventory item is stored. More info...

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the new inventory item when it is stored.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Cube

The total cube or volume of the new inventory item when it is stored.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallets

The total number of pallets on which the new inventory item will be stored (if the inventory is not consolidated with any other existing, identical inventory items).

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this new inventory item. This quantity is different from Putaway Pallets only when you have some partial pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of new inventory being put away divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

By-Product Items

Line #

The system generated line number.

Item #

The item master number. An item master is a master record for a type of inventory item. The item master includes the item description, materials and handling specifications, sales and fulfillment specifications, and warehouse-specific information.

Description

The description of the item # from the item master.

Lot #

The lot number assigned to the item.

License #

The license number assigned to the item.

Serial #

The serial number assigned to the item.

Product ID

The ID the vendor has assigned to the item

Produced Qty

The quantity of the by-product item actually produced by this kit.

Expire Date

For perishable goods: the expiration date associated with an inventory item. For reference only: The SmartTurn system will not alert or prompt you when the date passes. The system also does not prevent you from assigning an expiration date in the past or far into the future. Format is mm/dd/yyyy.

Location

The location where the item is put away once it is created. When you key in this value, SmartTurn provides auto-complete suggestions for only those locations that have unused capacity. Similarly, if you choose the Put to Same Loc option, the Location finder screen displays only locations with unused capacity.

Unit Cost

The cost of the item, taken from the kit specification for this item.

Total Item Cost

The line total (Produced Qty x Unit Cost).

Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Cube

The total cube or volume of the line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets

The total number of pallets of this line item. The default value is calculated from the kit order and the Produced Qty. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this line item. The default value is taken from the kit order and the Produced Qty. This field is different from Pallets only when you have some partial pallets. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs, then you have 1.5 Pallets Filled, but 2 Pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of inventory on this line item divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are: the Pallet Packing Ratio is 1.0 only when all pallets are completely full. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs and 2 Pallets, then the Pallet Packing Ratio is (15 / (10 * 2)) = (15 / 20) = 0.75.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Unit

The unit of measure in which the new inventory item is stored. More info...

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the new inventory item when it is stored.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Cube

The total cube or volume of the new inventory item when it is stored.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallets

The total number of pallets on which the new inventory item will be stored (if the inventory is not consolidated with any other existing, identical inventory items).

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this new inventory item. This quantity is different from Putaway Pallets only when you have some partial pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Putaway Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of new inventory being put away divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Product Line #

The Line # from the Items to Produce table for the item that this by-product is from.

The field only has a value if you assign components.

Product Serial #

The Serial # from the Items to Produce table of the item that this by-product is from.

The field only has a value if you assign components.

Component Items

Line #

The system generated line number.

Item #

The item master number. An item master is a master record for a type of inventory item. The item master includes the item description, materials and handling specifications, sales and fulfillment specifications, and warehouse-specific information.

Description

The description of the item # from the item master.

Serial #

The serial number assigned to the item.

License #

The license number assigned to the item.

Lot #

The lot number assigned to the item.

Product ID

The ID the vendor has assigned to the item

Expire Date

For perishable goods: the expiration date associated with an inventory item. For reference only: The SmartTurn system will not alert or prompt you when the date passes. The system also does not prevent you from assigning an expiration date in the past or far into the future. Format is mm/dd/yyyy.

Location

The location where the quantity was picked from.

Qty on Hand

The quantity of the item currently in inventory.

Qty Pulled

The quantity of the item to be picked from inventory, transferred to the WIP Location, and consumed during the production of the kit.

Unit Cost

The cost of the item.

Total Item Cost

The line total (Qty Pulled x Unit Cost).

Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the line item. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Cube

The total cube or volume of the line item. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets

The total number of pallets of this line item. You can edit it here if needed.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this line item. This field is different from Pallets only when you have some partial pallets. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs, then you have 1.5 Pallets Filled, but 2 Pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of inventory on this line item divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are: the Pallet Packing Ratio is 1.0 only when all pallets are completely full. For example, if 10 cs fit on one pallet and you have 15 cs and 2 Pallets, then the Pallet Packing Ratio is (15 / (10 * 2)) = (15 / 20) = 0.75.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Pick Unit

The unit of measure in which the inventory item is being stored when it is picked. This is the same unit of measure that was used as the Putaway Unit when you received this item (unless you edited the inventory item after putting it away).

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Picked Dim Wt

The total dimensional weight of the component inventory item when it is picked.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Picked Cube

The total cube or volume of the component inventory item when it is picked.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Picked Pallets

The total number of pallets of the component inventory item when it is picked.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Picked Pallets Filled

The total number of pallets filled by this component inventory item when it is picked. This quantity is different from Picked Pallets only when you have some partial pallets.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Picked Pallet Packing Ratio

The amount of inventory being picked divided by the possible quantity given the number of pallets. It is a measure of how full the pallets are.

This field is only available if you customize the page.

Product Line #

The Line # from the Items to Produce table for the item to which this component has been assigned.

The field only has a value if you assign components.

Product Serial #

The Serial # from the Items to Produce table of the item to which this component has been assigned.

The field only has a value if you assign components.

Totals

Total Items to Produce amount

The sum of the total item costs from the Items to Produce table.

Total By-Product Items amount

The sum of the total item costs from the Items to Produce table.

Total Component Items amount

The sum of the total item costs from the Component Items table.

See Also

Kits

Creating a kit

Viewing a kit

Editing a kit

Actions on the kit items

Start building a kit

Finish building a kit

Cancelling a kit

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