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SAP PLM Product Structures support product development, especially for products with many variants and a large number of components.

SAP PLM Product Structures support product development, especially for products with many variants and a large number of components.

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  • 1. Essential SAP PLM Tutorial Product Structure Synchronization (PSS) Overview and Functionality. By Rohan Joshi2nd January 2013 1 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 2. Tutorial Goal  Create Product Family  Create Product Variant  Assign Material to Product Variant  Create Product Item  Create Product Item Variant  Create Product View  Display Product Structure  Load and Activate Simulation2nd January 2013 2 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 3. Definition: Product Structure  Set of hierarchically ordered objects with the purpose of documenting one product or a set of similar products  Product Structures support product development, especially for products with many variants and a large number of components2nd January 2013 3 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 4. Pictorial Representation: Product Family: LINUX_SERVER Product Views: SERVER_COMPONENTS Product Items: LX_CASE, LX_CPU, LX_PWRSUP Product Item Variants: 30cm, 2.4GHz, 120V and 240V2nd January 2013 4 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 5. Product Family:  The product family defines the top Product Structure has the level element of the product under following sub views, development • Description • General Data • Components • Product Variants • Documents • Classes • Characteristic • Authorizations • Administrative Data2nd January 2013 5 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 6. Create Product Family:  Click Product Structure -> Create Product Structure from the NWBC Menu  Choose Node Type “Product Family”  Enter Node: LINUX_SERVER  Enter Class: PSS_DEMO and click Continue2nd January 2013 6 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 7. Product Variant:  Product Variant is a sub set of product family and describes a product of this family  A Product Family has one or more Product Variants associated with it  Product variants are finished product materials, and they provide a direct reference to the product2nd January 2013 7 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 8. Create Product Variant:  Open Change Product Structure Screen, go to tab Product Variant  Enter Product Variant and Description  Click Save2nd January 2013 8 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 9. Assign Material To Product Variant:  Go to Product Variants tab, enter a material in the Material field  Click Check Entries  Click Save2nd January 2013 9 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 10. Product Item:  Product item defines the components that are used to build up a product  Product Item is used to perform the following activities, • To define the structure of the product you want to document • object dependencies and components are specified at this level • To add Product Item Variants2nd January 2013 10 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc.
  • 11. Create Product Item  Choose Node Type: Product Item  Enter Node: LX_CASE  Enter Class: PSS_DEMO  Click Continue.  Go to “Where Used” tab and enter LINUX_SERVER under Node field and SAVE2nd January 2013 11 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 12. Create Product Item Variant:  Open Product Structure LX_CASE and switch to Product Item Variants tab  Enter 30 in the Variant field and add Description2nd January 2013 12 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 13. Product View:  Product Views are independent of Variants and Material Assignments  Product Views are defined while creating Product Structure with many elements. Used to structure large products2nd January 2013 13 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 14. Create Product View:  Enter Node Type: Views  Enter Node: SERVER_COMPONEN TS  Enter Class: PSS_DEMO  Click Continue  Enter Node: LX_CASE and SAVE.2nd January 2013 14 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 15. Product Structure:2nd January 2013 15 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 16. Simulation:  Simulations are used to simulate the explosion of a product structure or a product assembly for a specific set of configuration parameters  Simulations take into account object dependencies and effectivity parameters  Simulations can be based on, • Date Effectivity • Parameter Effectivity2nd January 2013 16 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 17. Activate Simulation: Date Effectivity  Click Edit Simulation  Enter Simulation Name and Simulation Description  Enter Material  Set Dates and click Activate Simulation2nd January 2013 17 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 18. Conclusion:  Benefits of using PSS: • A redundancy-free description of products or product families with many variants • An integrated data model for efficient product structure management • Variant configuration and variant management capabilities • The option of working with both configurable and configured materials2nd January 2013 18 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc
  • 19. Contact InformationPlease contact us for more information about our services or solutions available. LeverX, Inc. 800 West El Camino Real, Suite 180 Mountain View, CA 94040 USA Tel: (650) 625 – 8347 Web Site: www.LeverX.com 19 Copyrighted 2013 by LeverX, Inc