Batch Print feature extends SolidWorks™ printing functionality. Printing is done by selecting an assembly, and all drawings from the assembly will be printed at once with one click. You can select to print parts, assemblies or both or drawings. A powerful filter can be used to define further printing scope. Printing to PDF is further optimized for plotting by the ability to merge files according to size, merge all printed files or to keep separated drawings.


MAIN FEATURES
Batch print drawings related to an assembly
Filter printed drawing via filter utility
Batch print in all Solidworks™ formats (PDF, DXF, DWG, JPG, TIF, PNG...)
Advanced PDF printing options: Merging drawings size wise, merging all documents or default print from Solidworks™ in batch mode
Automating folder structure creation


Load your top-level assembly and add custom properties to all components and drawings which are related to the top-level assembly in a batch processing manner. You can filter components by their type (parts, subassemblies, drawings) or use a powerful filter to narrow down where the custom properties will be added. This routine can be combined together with Barcode feature in order to save time and avoid opening the same part multiple times.


MAIN FEATURES
Add as many custom properties as you want
Define a type and value for each custom property
Combine Custom Property feature with Barcode feature


Load your top-level assembly and add barcodes as custom properties to all components and drawings which are related to the top-level assembly in a batch processing manner. You can filter components by their type (parts, subassemblies, drawings) or use a powerful filter to narrow down where the bar codes will be added. Barcode feature can be combined together with Custom Properties feature to save time and avoid opening the same part multiple times.


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MAIN FEATURES
Add as many barcodes as you want
Combine Barcode feature with Custom Property feature
Support for vast majority of barcode standards: UPCA, UPCE, UPC 2 Digit Ext., UPC 5 Digit Ext., EAN13, EAN8, Interleaved 2 of 5, Standard 2 of 5, CODE39, CODE39 Extended, CODE39 Mod43, Codabar, BOOKLAND/ISBN, JAN13, MSI, CODE11, LOGMARS, CODE128, CODE128A, CODE128B, CODE128C, ITF14, CODE93, TELEPEN, FIM, PHARMACODE


Use this feature to easily export all flat patterns from sheet metal documents which belong to your currently open assembly. Multibody sheet metal documents are also supported. Documents are exported and sorted per file structure you need. Highly flexible automatic file naming options allow you to set up the program specifically to your needs.


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MAIN FEATURES
Multibody sheet metal parts supported
Sorting of exported files according to the material and thickness of the sheet metal
Write custom text in DXF file
Custom naming convention for the exported flat patterns
All SolidWorks™ existing exporting options are included


From your top-level assembly choose which parts will be in a scope with a filter. You can use it to export any multibody part to separate derived part. When you have exported one multibody part to more single bodies, creting technical documentation is much easier. Derived parts can be assigned with custom names by using tag naming interface. Dynamical values, such as serial numbers are also supported, and special emphasis is on weldments. Multibody feature will help you populate cut list custom properties and also custom properties of the derived parts. Adding these custom properties is very flexible due to dynamical values generated with tag naming interface. Dynamic values let you insert numbers which will be incremented for every part.


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MAIN FEATURES
Used for multibody parts
Special emphasis on weldment parts
Automatic population of cut list custom properties for the weldment part
Automatic population of custom properties for the derived parts
Dynamical properties value


Rename all components in a top-level assembly by using static and/or dynamic values. Tag naming interface allows you to be very flexible in your naming conventions. Parts are not open separately, but everything is done inside the loaded assembly, which makes renaming fast and efficient.


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MAIN FEATURES
Define a custom name logic for assemblies and parts separately
Use static or dynamic values
Use custom properties for defining a new name
Rename drawings simultaneously with components


Very simple and powerful feature. With a single click you will set quantities of all parts and assemblies inside the main loaded assembly. Quantities are added as a configuration specific custom property.


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MAIN FEATURES
Super simple and efficient
Adding multiplier to the QTY proprieties
QTYs are generated for every part / assembly configuration