Antonius is correct.
Perhaps if you are talking about sheet metal that is rolled 360°, then you can use the sheet metal module.
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I already try the Antonio best practice, but I cannot reproduce it because the flat pattern still be my last feature.
Sheetmetalwork unbends always have a flat associated produced via family table.
You can arrange it so that the flat is inside the instance of the original family table, thus the unbend is the only extra operation and updates as its parent is edited.
In the drawing you can override the number_flat to make it read as the same part in the boarder field.
If you have the field in the boarder that is drawing_name:159 for the main drawing
and drawing_name:500 for the flat
You can right click on the field of the flat and over-write "drawing_name:500" with drawing_name:159.
This is something I do constantly.
If this is of any help, you are welcome