When mass < 10, decimal digits for 2
e.g. 3.82 → 3.82When mass 10 to 100, decimal digits for 1
e.g. 10.87 → 10.9When mass > 100, decimal digits for 0
e.g. 659.18 → 659
Did you try going into tools>options>document properties>units and setting them there?
Als in the mass properties there is a units settings as well.
Thanks, your tips.
For the purpose of this discussion, how to dynamically setting BOM table of decimal digits.
How to use the Equation Function
Check this : http://gupta9665.wordpress.com/2010/11/02/how-to-use-equations-in-drawing-tables/
And you can set the decimal place using the precision BOM while using the equation option.
Sorry, I can't open the web site address you provide.
I hope use equation.But there is a small problem.
Try just copying the link and pasting it into your browser on a new page.
Instead of just selecting it. I was able to open it up fine so I know it works.
Try changing the units in the part/assy file to update the drawing BOM units.
I don't know how to use value-based precision (which would be very cool), but you can override the precision of an entire column in a BOM:
The trick is to select the "Weight" under Custom Properties in the drop-down--NOT the Column:
Setting the precision in a SolidWorks table | CATI Tech Notes
Ive been playing with BOM's this week so I got this one
trick was multiply custom property by 1 to make it remember it's a number
edit : going further gotta get sneakier
Here's one option for this. Hope this helps
1. Show dimensions
2. Click dimension to edit
3. Change Tolerance
4. Delete old BOM + Insert new (to update dimensions)
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