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Config Ripper Alternative?

Question asked by Guy Symonds on Jan 10, 2019
Latest reply on Jan 10, 2019 by Kevin Chandler

Hello,

I have a huge number (10K+) of design  table generated part configurations, that I want to save as .sldprt files, which I will then use the SolidWorks task scheduler program to generate drawings of.

 

I've used the Config Ripper 2016 macro for small scale tests, I tried on a larger scale, saving ~400 configurations, and it too ~12hrs. Are there any faster methods of saving huge numbers of design table generated part configurations?

 

 

Thanks,

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