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Does anyone have suggestions for mass generating prints that does not involve design tables?

Question asked by Jacob Bagwell on Sep 23, 2019
Latest reply on Sep 23, 2019 by Doug Fett

I previously have been utilizing design tables to quickly mass generate prints of similar shaped parts with different specifications or slightly different shapes. However, now due to office 365 issues I am no longer allowed to use design tables at work.  Does anyone have suggestions for alternatives for mass generating prints?


This would be for relatively simple parts with slight detail or shape changes.  I currently make one drawing and use a design table to make many different configurations of the part.  Once that is done we have an in-house macro that utilizes the single drawing and copies/creates drawings for each configuration in the part.