no easy way. mainly because of the randomness in which parts are modeled.
i think you're headed for trouble (i.e. headache).
routers are typically sequenced to take bar or plate stock and machine out a part.
solid modeling will typically have a different sequence as most users don't start with a block.
you're going to be suppressing features to follow the router.
these features could be anywhere in the feature tree and they might even have a parent-child relationship with another feature that prevents you from suppressing one without suppressing the other. it's this scenario where you could end up struggling.
then again, i might not even understand the problem.
No - you are correct.
I am Adding ( stock ) over my models to follow the router progression - and end up with the finished part being the original finished model.
Looks like this will be a slow deal.
Thanks for looking at my problem.
Did you ever figure out a quicker way to tackle this? I think we are heading torwards the same situation.
Sorry but I was ( quitted ) from that company just before Christmas.
I am doing 3D design on the side now. And staying as far away from job boss as I can
I wish you luck -- Job boss ( to me ) was way over rated & to hard to customize .