AutoCAD Plant 3D Forum
Welcome to Autodesk’s AutoCAD Plant 3D Forums. Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular AutoCAD Plant 3D topics.
cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Plant Run Component and Pipe on Excel sheet?

4 REPLIES 4
SOLVED
Reply
Message 1 of 5
OPerezBC2SQ
149 Views, 4 Replies

Plant Run Component and Pipe on Excel sheet?

Thank you guys for reading this post. I recently outputted the part list from the data manager to an Excel sheet, and two tabs showed up one called Plant Run Component and the Pipe. Was the difference between them and is the system counting for the pipe length on both Excel tabs or are they two separate entities? 

 

thank you

OP

4 REPLIES 4
Message 2 of 5
h_eger
in reply to: OPerezBC2SQ

dear @OPerezBC2SQ ,

 

can we please get full information to enable us to write a solution to problems.

-

If my reply was helpful, please give a "Kudo" or click the "Accept as Solution" button below (or both).

Hartmut Eger
Senior Engineer
Anlagenplanung + Elektotechnik
XING | LinkedIn

EESignature



Message 3 of 5
OPerezBC2SQ
in reply to: OPerezBC2SQ

Hartmut, 

 

pipe run.png

What is the difference between the two they seem to have a length column on each tab. So my question is, are they separate length counts or are they the same length count? 

Message 4 of 5
h_eger
in reply to: OPerezBC2SQ

Pipe = only the pipe parts
Pipe Run Component = all installation parts in your pipe run

-

If my reply was helpful, please give a "Kudo" or click the "Accept as Solution" button below (or both).

Hartmut Eger
Senior Engineer
Anlagenplanung + Elektotechnik
XING | LinkedIn

EESignature



Message 5 of 5
OPerezBC2SQ
in reply to: OPerezBC2SQ

THANK YOU

Can't find what you're looking for? Ask the community or share your knowledge.

Post to forums  

Technology Administrators


Autodesk Design & Make Report