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ohaswell
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Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

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03-22-2010 09:25 AM
I am creating a drawing of an iPart and I want all members P/N's included in the parts list. When I edit the parts list and go to member selection - select member to include - the yes to all button can't be selected so I can only choose one member to include in the parts list but not all.
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tegstette
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

03-22-2010 09:31 AM in reply to: ohaswell
Have you generated files for all member files?
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TG

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ohaswell
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

03-22-2010 09:39 AM in reply to: ohaswell
Yes, it placed them into a sub folder. I also tried to copy these files into the main folder.
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ERICHAMLETT6792
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

04-01-2010 12:29 AM in reply to: ohaswell
Have you manged to sort this out? I'm having the same problem.
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delineryan
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

04-01-2010 04:45 AM in reply to: ohaswell
Search "General Table" in help, a parts list is for an assembly file.

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Ryan
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tegstette
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

04-07-2010 02:48 PM in reply to: ohaswell
Hi

I needed to have a drawing and partlist of all ipart-members once. I generated all the files of the ipart and copied them all into a new assembly. This way the partlist included all members. I didn't need to show the actual assembly on the drawing so I placed it outside the frame of the drawing. You can also place a partlist on a drawing by selecting the source-file from the browser, so you don't have to have a view of the actual assy for the partlist.

One other possibility is to create a simple iassembly with the ipart. Then you also will have a partlist with all members. But all members (but one) has qty=zero. Just make sure the choice "hide all members with zero qty" is not chosen for the partlist.

Hope this can help
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TG

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BMiller63
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Re: Drawing iPart - Including all members in parts list

04-07-2010 03:29 PM in reply to: ohaswell
Ryan posted the correct workflow for this earlier. Use the general table tool, then select the view of the base Ipart, then configure the columns and drop the table on the sheet.
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