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Store the drawing under the part number, Solid Works does this by default.Do a “file save as” and assign a new part number to any revision that is not backwards compatible rather than using revisions of the original by adding a rev. Be sure the someone destroys the paper drawings when the project is complete and everything is updated from shop changes.We have been using a six character semi significant numbering system with Excel to record what part numbers are used and their description. To date I haven’t decided the best way to track the information about a part, or assembly.

Dear Ed, Scott and Mad Mango; Thank you for your helpful replies.

Best Regards Adrian D Back at an old job I used to work for using SW.

What we did is we added part number and name to the parts, assemblies, and drawings.

"The attempt and not the deed confounds us." I have looked at PDM software ever since I’ve used Solid Works.

There can be check in and check out problems when working with assemblies over 200 parts. Although I haven’t look at it in the last 2 years my concern now is how long it would take to implement.

Dear Ed, Scott and Mad Mango; Thank you for your helpful replies.

Best Regards Adrian D Back at an old job I used to work for using SW.

What we did is we added part number and name to the parts, assemblies, and drawings.

"The attempt and not the deed confounds us." I have looked at PDM software ever since I’ve used Solid Works.

There can be check in and check out problems when working with assemblies over 200 parts. Although I haven’t look at it in the last 2 years my concern now is how long it would take to implement.

With that said, Try a semi significant or license plate type alpha-numeric number system with 7 or less characters.