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Will having configurations of prints ever be a thing?

Question asked by Otis Clapp on Apr 11, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2018 by Ken Maren

I don't get why SolidWorks allows for configurations in parts and assemblies, but not in prints.  For assemblies with configurations where the items just get shifted around with maybe a couple added here or deleted there, having a way to have all of your (very similar) prints tied together would be amazingly useful.


What I am envisioning would basically be to be able to suppress sheets for various configurations of a drawing.  This way you could have all of the base components that don't change drawn all nicely and if a change is made you don't have to tweak 30 prints that have that component in them, just in that one sheet. 


Is something like this in the pipeline?