Select the source product from the specification tree in the 3D window and click Insert Bill of Material in the Drawing toolbar (Bill Of Material sub-toolbar) from the backdrop (Edit > Background). Click in the drawing to indicate where you want the Bill of Material to be placed.
A balloon is a circle with a single number on it that is attached to an assembly component by a leader line. A drawing's balloons should all be the same size. Balloons should be arranged in an easy-to-follow arrangement. Balloon numbers must relate to parts list item numbers.
Right-click on the front view -> front view object -> Overload Properties to go to the Overload Properties.
After selecting the overload properties, we may choose the assemblies by clicking the drawing.
We can modify line colour, line type, thickness, visibility, and other properties in Overload Properties.
It's worth noting that part numbers are assigned first to parts in the current product, then to parts in its sub-products.
Select ManagingComponents01 from the specification tree.
Select Generate Numbering from the drop-down menu. The dialogue window for Generate Numbering appears.
To confirm the operation, click OK.
Add a Bill of Materials:
Select Insert > Generation > Bill Of Material > Bill of Material from the drop-down menu.
To specify where the Bill of Material should be inserted, click in the drawing sheet.
Zoom in on the drawing to see the balloons and/or the Bill of Material in greater detail.
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