Is there any reason why a hard rebuild throws the cutlist out of updated state?
Some people tend to quickly press Ctrl+Q and then Ctrl+S.
They save weldment files that have cutlists out of wack.
I guess "Ctrl-Q" rebuilds the features of the part but doesn't do an "update" of the cutlist. A rebuilding of a feature would cause the cutlist to show it needs an update even if it hasn't been changed. I haven't noticed this but I wouldn't worry about it too much as long as your cutlist had been updated before the Ctrl-Q. Just because the cutlist shows that it needs an update doesn't mean it's wrong.
I find that my cutlist remains correct even without an "update" unless a) I add new bodies or b) bodies which were previously different are made identical. When I make changes like this, I try to update the cutlist right after. However, changes in length or weight seem to update even if I don't do "update".
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