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This case study demonstrates the use of Options & Variants within an industrial manufacturing facility at Toshiba International Company (TIC). TIC wanted the ability to create a wide variety of BOMs from a pre-engineered single point of truth. This model would help prevent the creation of duplicate parts and BOMs while providing flexibility in creating new custom products for their customers. By creating configurable structures (overloaded assemblies) for multiple product lines and assigning options, TIC is able to create variants in an efficient and accurate manner while maintaining a single point of truth. The configurable structures can also be created in Creo allowing for custom products to be quickly and easily managed as a 3D model. The use of these options and variants allows products to be built with minimum effort from both technical and non-technical users.
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