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Child Assets

Overview

A child asset is a sub-asset that is attached, or associated with a another parent asset. Examples of the parent to child asset relationship include, a charger (child) for a laptop (parent), a spindle (child) for a CNC lathe (parent), or a water pump (child) for a fish tank (parent).

Below is an example of a parent to child asset relationship. The Scanning Department (child) is part of the Production Facility (parent).

To set up a parent to child asset hierarchy, see the Create an Asset Hierarchy Manually article.

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