The orientation is based on XYZ - only a guess but the ones flipped are either mirrored parts or the first ones are bottom and the others are top etc.. I don't think there is anyway to change it..
What you are experiencing is by design. SolidWorks assigns the smaller of the two values to the width property and, obviously, the larger value to the length property. Your screen shot only shows the table so it is difficult to make a good suggestion.
- Change you table to read panel size with a separate column for width and length.
- Insert and BOM table and use formulas to flip-flop the values.
- Use equations in the model to flip-flop the dimensions.
- Add dimensions to the model and use those instead of the bounding box dimensions.
If you could post a full screen shot of your drawing (better if you could post your model and drawing), I may be able to make better suggestions.
Hi Solid Air,
Thanks for the suggestions.
I've fixed the problem by flipping the equation on the first few panels in the model cut list properties.