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v1.2

Minor Versionm

by Anthony Joseph Stair

Introduction

The expenditure of filament and other consumables is tracked via a website called the Asset Management System. For example: any time an entire filament spool is used up, the total count of spools is reduced by one.

  1. Visit the AMS at its url, assets.tw.umd.edu Select the teardrop from the toolbar to reach the consumables page
    • Visit the AMS at its url, assets.tw.umd.edu

    • Select the teardrop from the toolbar to reach the consumables page

    • Search for the consumable with the search bar

    • Pay attention to...

    • The location

    • The brand of the consumable (e.g. MH means MatterHackers brand filament)

    • Scroll to the right and click the pencil icon for the appropriate entry to edit the quantity remaining

  2. Locate the USB bar code scanner and plug it into your computer In the MIC, it is at the front desk
    • Locate the USB bar code scanner and plug it into your computer

    • In the MIC, it is at the front desk

    • Click on the TW Chrome Extension to present more options

    • Click the code box to put your cursor inside and scan the barcode on the label of the filament spool to enter the code

    • Select Track Filament to reach the filament's page on the AMS

  3. On the following page, reduce the Quantity by one by typing in a new number If the Quantity falls at or below the Min. QTY, slack the LC of the Lab and inform them
    • On the following page, reduce the Quantity by one by typing in a new number

    • If the Quantity falls at or below the Min. QTY, slack the LC of the Lab and inform them

    • When you have updated the Quantity, select the gray Save button

Conclusion

The AMS has been updated to reflect the proper stock quantity.

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