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Using bounding box area in a design table equation

Question asked by Sean Johnson on Aug 31, 2018
Latest reply on Jan 24, 2019 by Brett Erickson

I've tried searching around, but nothing exactly has popped up.  There are so many matches when I do searches that I can't find what I'm looking for.


I use design tables for sheet metal part configurations, where most of the time only the width of my parts change. I want the material area to show in my table.   I can get the bounding box area from the cut list properties.  However, I need to take that number and divide it by 144, as we use inches for the part but square feet for the material callout on the drawing.


How can I use the "SW-Bounding Box Area@@@Cut-List-Item1@41145900.SLDPRT"  (for example) in an Excel equation, or how can I just get it to show in the table, so I can use it in an equation?