For some reason when I choose to display Material & Sheet Metal Gage in Design Manager they do not show any information. I also chose Material Thickness and that is showing info. Why don't Material and Gage columns show anything even though they are properly filled out?
You'll probably have to ask Siemens why those properties don't display. But IMO Design Manager is mainly for orderly copying, moving, renaming of files while maintaining links, and pretty much not as a place to manage anything else. There are a boatload of property columns available in DM but I have no idea why. Especially if some don't even display. A better tool is Property Manager either from within the Solid Edge app or you can bring it up from DM in the application button to work on individual files rather than, say, a whole assembly tree.
Just my $.02
I think I have an ER asking them to add gage to the occurrence properties. This would create a place where multiple gages within an assembly could be edited at one time.
Right now there is no way to re-gage (or edit the gage choice) for more than one sheet at a time.
@12GAGE I'm thinking you meant "property manager" not "occurence properties"? The only problem I can see with editing gage en masse is that the model(s) would then need a dimensional update. Anyway, "sheet metal gage" is in Prop Man but it's not a drop down list, which I would think would be needed. Same with "material".
Oh yeah, and they need to be editable. Now they're not.
Edit: Actually "material" does have a drop down in Prop Man.
Nope, I meant occurence properties. Then there would be a way to edit all the gages for an assembly from one location.
And yes, the dimensional update is the whole Idea. I go one step further. I set up the files to change overall size and the gage. Both automatically update the drafting.
When I was talking w/ GTAC there is no way to get at the material gage from property manager of an assembly. But if they added gage to Occurence properties, then one would be able to edit the gage of all the sheet metal in one assembly from a single view.
I guess that was kind of my point. If they are there, then they should be working. Looks like an ER is needed. I also thought having the comment field would be quite handy, because if you are working on an ECR you could enter a short summary of the change you are making to the part or at least enter the ECR #. That portion is actually available.
@12GAGE Why are you stuck on occurence properties? If it was enabled in property manager it would work there. And property manager would be the proper tool, not occurence properties which, like design manager, serves an entirely different purpose.