Accounting for Alternate Parts in AS9102 FAIs for Assemblies

RCW

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I am working on generating a couple of AS9102 FAIs for assemblies. The parts list (bill of material) has some alternate parts per find number (item number). What is the best way to account for the alternate parts?

> List them all on Form 1? (but I won't have information for the FAI Report Number block for all of them)

> Just list the actual part installed?

> Or is there some other way to do this?

Surprisingly, I haven't run into this before. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 
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I am working on generating a couple of AS9102 FAIs for assemblies. The parts list (bill of material) has some alternate parts per find number (item number). What is the best way to account for the alternate parts?

> List them all on Form 1? (but I won't have information for the FAI Report Number block for all of them)

> Just list the actual part installed?

> Or is there some other way to do this?

Surprisingly, I haven't run into this before. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I would list the actual parts used on the 9102.
 
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This is one of the aspects which I changed my Form 1 around; by that I mean I added an extra column to include the Internal Part Number as well as the Customers Part Number. (Even if they are both the same)

This way whenever this has come up on the reports I write both of the Customers Part Numbers in Column A and then the actual Part Number used in Column B (the new added column)

Yes its extra work; but it saves time in the future when someone new looks at the paperwork/drawings/BOMs and wants to know why a particular part is used.

I have done the same in the sense I have added another column to include the Drawing Revision of the said Part.
 

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This is one of the aspects which I changed my Form 1 around; by that I mean I added an extra column to include the Internal Part Number as well as the Customers Part Number. (Even if they are both the same)

This way whenever this has come up on the reports I write both of the Customers Part Numbers in Column A and then the actual Part Number used in Column B (the new added column)

Yes its extra work; but it saves time in the future when someone new looks at the paperwork/drawings/BOMs and wants to know why a particular part is used.

I have done the same in the sense I have added another column to include the Drawing Revision of the said Part.
Extra work, yes, BUT that one time you need the information, THAT'S when it was worth it.

Thanks for the advice!
 
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