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Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Genius
Genius

Hello

Why some parts have [...] as PC NO and when I try to insert manually <W$=@CALLOUT> it turns back to [...] ?

 

 

callout23.jpg

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Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

what is the callout attribute in the properties of that part?


Ruud van den Brand
Pre-sales NX CAD
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Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Legend
Legend

The […] in the Item field indicates that more than 1 components ‘Name’

share the exact same value, but the ‘CALLOUT’ attribute are set to

different values.

Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Siemens Honored Contributor Siemens Honored Contributor
Siemens Honored Contributor

Use the "Key Field" checkbox in the column's settings to identify distinct values:

 

(view in My Videos)

 

Regards, Ben

Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Genius
Genius

Ok "Key Field"-check box made them appear.

Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Genius
Genius

This NX \ TC bug appears still now and then sometimes...

Like 300pcs of same bolts and somehow like 2pcs of the same bolts are seperate and triple dotted.

 

Like this(Example): NX11+TC11

Pos.   Qty     Name_____

23      300    M8x20 Bolt

(...)      2       M8x20 Bolt 

 

Any reason why this happens ?

 

 

Re: Part list: PC NO= [...] when <W$=@CALLOUT> ?

Legend
Legend

Probably the CALLOUT Attribute requires editing to match, I think it comes down to when they were added and the Assembly was saved.