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SBrege
Level 1

Inventory

How to enter/record inventory made thru a 3D printer in Quickbooks Enterprise?

Is it a Adjustment to inventory?

Any help would be appreciated.

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Best answer September 02, 2021

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john-pero
Community Champion

Inventory

Using a 3D printer to create inventory for sale will use the following

  • printing material
  • electricity
  • labor
  • depreciation on printer

Technically you would have to adjust material inventory, plus add costs of labor, electricity and hourly depreciation to get your full COGS for the created inventory.  My guess would be you are only going to adjust inventory of the material used.

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john-pero
Community Champion

Inventory

Using a 3D printer to create inventory for sale will use the following

  • printing material
  • electricity
  • labor
  • depreciation on printer

Technically you would have to adjust material inventory, plus add costs of labor, electricity and hourly depreciation to get your full COGS for the created inventory.  My guess would be you are only going to adjust inventory of the material used.

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SBrege
Level 1

Inventory

sorry, I accepted  the reply. I should have asked if I should build an assembly for the 3D printer items. They are built to add to the main assembly. We build some assemblies to add to the main assembly in Quick books Enterprise. John-pero answered the previous question.

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