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How to split a table?

raviles
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How to split a table?

Folks,

This question applies to both drawing and manufacturing, so I thought I'd post it here.

I have a machine tool with a large table that's split into two zones, A & B. Programs are written per zone. I have a manufacturing assembly that has two operations, A & B as can be seen in the attached picture. All of the required information is shown, but I'd like it split into two separate tables.

I guess that the repeat region would have to be set to work with a specific operation, but I'm not sure how to do this, or if it's even possible.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards,

Ray Aviles


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raviles
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(To:raviles)

Folks,

OK, I have an answer to my own question. It seems that the thing to do is to use two identical tables, and filter out the unwanted item, which in this case was one of the operations.

I guess it helps to read the manual 😉

Best regards,

Ray Aviles

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raviles
4-Participant
(To:raviles)

Folks,

OK, I have an answer to my own question. It seems that the thing to do is to use two identical tables, and filter out the unwanted item, which in this case was one of the operations.

I guess it helps to read the manual 😉

Best regards,

Ray Aviles

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