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BOM - Follow Assembly Order: Opposite configurations always go to end.

Question asked by Brandon Campbell on Oct 5, 2010

Hello,

 

I have reordered my assembly model tree to match what I would like to see in my drawing BOM.

 

This assembly has two configurations: "shown" (-10) & "opposite" (-20).

 

The "opposite" assembly configuration requires some of the parts and sub-assemblies to be set to their "opposite" (-20) configurations, of course.

 

When I insert my BOM into the drawing (and select to show both -10 & -20 configs) everything appears in the order of the model tree except all of the -20 configurations... they are all grouped at the end.

 

Is there a way (other than manually) to remedy this?

 

I am trying to set up templates for our other modelers to use and I would like to have everything as automated as possible. I don't want to have to manually re-order items if a new item is added in the assembly model.

 

Thank you so much for any help/advice,

 

Brandon

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