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19820415
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Unit of PipeLength of BOM

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12-14-2011 08:30 AM

HI all

 

could you pls tell me if there is anywhere that i can set the Unit of pipe length of the BOM?

by default,the unit is M(Metric project),but we want to set the unit as MM.

 

And we can see in the Material list of cut piece,the unit of pipe cut length is MM.

i have test somewhere is the ISOconfig.xml file,but do not success.

so if anyone know how to config it ,pls tell me .thanks.

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neonade
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Registered: ‎11-22-2010
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Re: Unit of PipeLength of BOM

12-14-2011 05:50 PM in reply to: 19820415

In the Isoconfig.xml file.

 

Go to or find <Style Name="MetricPipeLengthAlt" UnitFormat="Decimal" Precision="Precision2" Prefix="" Suffix="M" Scale="0.001" Decimal="." />

 

change the values of Precision tp Precision1 (can be adjusted the tolerance of Precision1 to 5 and suffix to MM.

 

try that and see if its okay.

 

Cheers

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luoyong20061289
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Registered: ‎12-18-2011
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Re: Unit of PipeLength of BOM

12-18-2011 07:43 PM in reply to: neonade

Thanks for your information, now i know how to change the unit of  pipelength of BOM.

I have tested the precision and i got the  tolerance of precison 1 to 9. i use the Plant 3D 2012.

just you know.:smileyhappy:

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