while detailing sheets for re-work i noticed that my weldment cutlist was off by one item. i went back to the model and the missing item is still in the cutlist but will be skipped over on the material list, any ideas?
A couple of things I can think of to try:
1. Open the part, RMB on the cut list folder, and click on "Update" from the drop-down.
2. With the drawing open, do a Ctrl+Q rebuild.
3. Delete the cut list from the drawing and insert a new one.
If these don't work can you post the drawing and part?
ive tried all three of those, unfortunatly im unable to post anyting from our secondary customers
If none of those work, the only other thing I can think of is that the cut list in the drawing is referencing a different part or configuration. If that isn't it then maybe someone else will have an idea.
everything is within the same model and we dont use configurations
Just ran into this problem myself today. When making a weldment it automatically creates a weld config and a machined config. I had to delete the weld config and this forced the cut list to look at the correct config. The interesting thing was that in the weld cut list properties I could not change the config. It was as if the other config did not exist. Not a good fix if you need the weld config but for me it was ok. Hope this helps if you run into this again in the future.
In the part I expanded the cut-list, then I right clicked onto the missing parts an clicked onto "Exclude from cut list". Updated the part. I then went back and clicked on to "Include from cut list". Updated the part again and went to the drawing and the missing parts appeared!
The solutions above didn't work for me but my model had machined features interspersed with structural members. I moved the structural members so they were all sequential and then all items showed up on the cut list.
If this doesn't work for you I also suppressed some of the machining features at the same time. I don't think that's what did it, but you could try that as well if the above doesn't work.
I had the same issue, missing material on the weldment cut list. I tried suppressing the affected parts and unsuppressing and that fixed the problem!
Hmm... Maybe try in the Part document clicking down onto the Cut-List in the Tree, and finding the Cut-List-Item that contains the missing part. If you look at the properties for that Cut-List-Item you can see if any of the parts in that group have been excluded from the Cut-List.....
If this is your problem, where the cut list doesn't group the item so it doesn't show up in the BOM I right clicked on the item and selected Create Cut List Item.
I just had the same problem. The drawing automatically pulls the "as welded" configuration. Go into the model and drop down the configurations. underneath "as machined" there should be "as welded". This configuration, for whatever reason, sometimes suppresses a lot of features. Just double click on it and unsuppress everything in the tree. The drawing will update putting the newly found item at the end. If it is not the last item in the model and you want it to perfectly match, simply generate a new cut list in the drawing.
Thanks. That fixed the problem for me.
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