I'm cruising the forum trying learn more about cutlists and stumbled on your old question, which I just worked out
I'm pretty unsteady with this whole area just yet but
I think you have to use a BOM cutlist, not a weldment cutlist, then you can add a column equation.
The far right column is the TOTAL LENGTH cut list property. Notice it is different to my calculated Total Length, it is the Total Total if you like.
Im on SW15SP4
Better late than never, might help someone else
is it possible to drag down a cell formula in cut list table? i want to achieve the same thing as . The length must be multiplied by quantity no. Is there a quick way of doing this rather than writing and re-writing the equation (formula)?
Sorry - I don't know
I gave up on Weldment Cutlists a long time ago, I think they're just about useless.
Hopefully someone can explain to me how they supposed to work.
For example the Total Quantity property introduced in 2015 gives the total length on every row??
I just can't imagine why anyone would want that.
Instead I use the detailed cutlist option for a BOM, which allows you to create Column Formulas, but this creates it's own headaches for us as it's extremely confusing for the lads on the shop-floor.
I have a macro solution for creating custom cutlists on the back burner, which will be complete any year now