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Do not rename an assembly item, when you do that the whole history of the file changes the name too – not the build, just the name on sales documents – that will get confusing to your customers if you ever have to provide a sales print out
I’m not sure I understand the whole picture, but from what I think I understand
I assuming you do not build the bags on demand, but you build x-number of bags at one time.
create an assembly item for the 50# bag
create an assembly item for the 2000# bag, and list the 50# assembly item, qty 4 in the BOM. OR, you could just duplicate the mix items and increase the qty of each by 4 – probably the best way to do it actually)
you build the 50# assembly item, then when needed build the 2K# assembly item
QB assemblies do not do variable qty or items, so yes for each recipe you will need an assembly item(s)
Resolution for Issue 'how do I handle an inventory assembly with multiple equivalent inventory item sustitutions without renaming assembly?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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