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Features to not be machined till later

Question asked by Rob Edwards on Feb 16, 2019
Latest reply on Feb 19, 2019 by Rob Edwards

Hi Everyone


I'm currently working on panelling job and need an efficient/safe way to differentiate between features that should be done in the shop or on-site.

I just wondered if anyone has any ideas as to the best way to go about it.

Ideally I'd like to just make the change in one place.. probably setting a custom property?

..and then have a comment in the cutlist and a note on the drawing. Also be nice to suppress the feature or it will combine with the other items in the cutlist.

Seems feasible but I don't really have too much time to mess around with it.

Any suggestions would be very welcome.

The top assembly is multiple configurations of a sub containing multiple multi-body parts and a few extra multibody parts at the top level.

The features will be applied to some bodies in some parts in some configurations... if that makes sense

Here's an example.

Just a simple groove.



Thanks for looking