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X-BOM Materials Compliance
Define eco-friendly designs by leveraging materials compliance information.
ENOVIA X-BOM Materials Compliance exposes compliance information directly in ENOVIA Engineering Central so product engineers can create environmentally friendly products. Reports are available to compare the compliance of manufacturing equivalents, list recyclable content, or evaluate best and worst case manufacturing location scenarios. This provides critical information to product engineers when making choices based on the customer and/or market requirements that new products must meet. Product engineers can:
- Immediately execute a roll up of design changes to determine the impact on the overall product compliance.
- Selectively exclude components such as packaging and process-related parts that do not impact the overall product compliance.
- Create reports that summarize compliance information such as unreported parts, compliance to various industry directives, best/worst case analysis, and recycled content.
- Analyze a product’s compliance throughout the product development process
- Maximize the reuse of compliant components
- Create eco-friendly designs
- Immediately determine the impact of a design change on overall product compliance
- Make outsourcing decisions based on supplier part compliance
Compliance Display in the Bill-of-MaterialsAs design engineers use ENOVIA Engineering Central to navigate the bill of materials and build product designs, calculated compliance values are displayed in part search results, engineering bill of materials reports, alternative parts listings, and manufacturer equivalent part summaries. Calculated compliance values include the directives loaded into ENOVIA Materials Compliance Central when industry-specific data management options are installed.
- If the ELV Data Management option is installed, compliance values for ELV and prohibited and declared Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) data will be visible.
- If the ROHS Data Management option is installed, compliance values for RoHS (EU, California, China, and Korea), JIG A, and JIG B will be visible.
- If the Packaging Data Management option is installed, then the EU and US Packaging compliance values will be visible.
Enable/Disable Components for Materials ComplianceProduct design engineers can selectively enable or disable component parts for materials compliance. When enabled, the component’s compliance values are calculated and rolled up in the engineering bill of materials (EBOM) to compute product compliance. Engineers can disable component parts that are exempt for product compliance such as packaging and process-related parts so that they are not included in the calculations and do not influence the overall product compliance.
Roll UpProduct level compliance is marked out of date as design changes are made or component parts are enabled and disabled. Product design engineers can recalculate compliance by rolling up the compliance of component parts in the engineering bill of materials (EBOM) to the product level.
ReportsProduct design engineers can invoke the following reports:
- Compliance – Displays a table of compliance to industry directives for every part in a product’s EBOM.
- Recycled Content – Summarizes the post-industrial and post-consumer recycled content in a product’s EBOM.
- Unreported Part – Displays the component and manufacturer equivalent parts that do not have reported compliance data.
- Best/Worst Case Analysis – Allows design engineers to view the compliance of the various manufacturer equivalent parts for components of a product’s EBOM.