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How do I calculate all the component volumes of an assembly and export to an excel sheet?

rmitchell-2
1-Newbie

How do I calculate all the component volumes of an assembly and export to an excel sheet?

simple as above?


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Hi,

you can use attached table.

  • unzip file
  • create new drawing, set your assembly as drawing model
  • import table into drawing
  • save table as csv file
  • rename csv file - change csv extension to txt
  • open txt in Excel

MH


Martin Hanák

I guess I was hoping there was a more modern solution in the analysis tool that I was missing.

I wish this software would improve...

Thanks by the way, that's the exact solution we came up with.

I know you can customize the Tools->Bill of Materials command that you use within Assembly Mode to show addtional attributes.  Instead of writing to the browser I believe you can get this BOM report to save out to file when run.

Maybe others can comment on how to customize this report and if it can show volume info.

CoreySusie
4-Participant
(To:CoreySusie)

This thread talks about how to customize:

MCAD Central

Thanks!  Going to pursue this!

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