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how to make bom table for assemblies containing same parts

bsingh
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how to make bom table for assemblies containing same parts

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Mahesh_Sharma
22-Sapphire I
(To:bsingh)

Bhupinder,

I think Assy.1, Assy.2, Assy.3....... in the screen shot are instances of family table of assembly. If yes, you can have all this in one repeat region table assigning Models to columns.

E.g. There is an assembly with four instances.

1. Create a repeat region table of with required number of columns (basic columns i.e. Index, Name, Weight etc + One column for each instance), in this example, first two columns are for Index and Name, rest four are for each instance.

2. Assign appropriate report parameter to first two columns and rpt.qty for quantity columns.

3. Repeat region > Column Model/Rep > Select Cell for Report parameter for first instance > Browse to assembly and select First instance > Repeat earlier steps to assign different instances to different columns

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Mahesh_Sharma
22-Sapphire I
(To:bsingh)

Bhupinder,

I think Assy.1, Assy.2, Assy.3....... in the screen shot are instances of family table of assembly. If yes, you can have all this in one repeat region table assigning Models to columns.

E.g. There is an assembly with four instances.

1. Create a repeat region table of with required number of columns (basic columns i.e. Index, Name, Weight etc + One column for each instance), in this example, first two columns are for Index and Name, rest four are for each instance.

2. Assign appropriate report parameter to first two columns and rpt.qty for quantity columns.

3. Repeat region > Column Model/Rep > Select Cell for Report parameter for first instance > Browse to assembly and select First instance > Repeat earlier steps to assign different instances to different columns

VIDEO attached:

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Thanks

best vedieo uploaded

I learned new things

cannot thank you enough for the steps and video. fantastic.

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