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Assembly BOM Different When inserted into drawing

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02-24-2014 09:38 AM

When I open the Bill of materials in the assembly file it looks like the attached Assy. BOM.

Inserting the same BOM into the drawing it changes. My supervisor wants me to only edit the

assembly BOM. No edits to be done on the BOM in the drawing. As an example, I have to change

Item 291 to 018. Item 018 is the correct part in the assembly file. Item 291 is not anywhere

in our system vault or otherwise. Nor are the other 290 series numbers listed on the drawing

BOM. Has anyone had a similar issue. 

 

gaitano

Don't you just need to sort by stock number and re-number the series? Here's a nice rundown on BOMs I just found: http://aucache.autodesk.com/au2012/sessionsFiles/4683/451/VirtualHandout_4683_MA4683-V%20-%20BOMs%20Away%20working%20with%20Autodesk%20Inventor%20BOM.pdf

Nelson_C

 

     I appreciate your response. It was very helful and I did solve my problem.

Issue Resolved.

 

Thanks Much!

Gaitano99:smileyhappy:

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Re: Assembly BOM Different When inserted into drawing

02-24-2014 12:03 PM in reply to: gaitano99
Don't you just need to sort by stock number and re-number the series? Here's a nice rundown on BOMs I just found: http://aucache.autodesk.com/au2012/sessionsFiles/4683/451/VirtualHandout_4683_MA4683-V%20-%20BOMs%20...
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Re: Assembly BOM Different When inserted into drawing

02-24-2014 02:17 PM in reply to: gaitano99

Nelson_C

 

     I appreciate your response. It was very helful and I did solve my problem.

Issue Resolved.

 

Thanks Much!

Gaitano99:smileyhappy:

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