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    Default BOM for conduit

    I am using AutoCAD MEP andRivit with navisworks. I am new with using these ACAD add-ons.

    I am adding conduit for a large building drawing and my project manager wants to know how many lineal feet of each type of conduit I have and how many other parts I have like 90's and other fittings.

    What is the easiest way to extract this data from the drawing: Dataextraction, schedule, list...? And how do I do it?

    I was looking at some youtube tutorial on schedules and tried this, but it gave me an empty schedule with a bunch of question marks.

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    Hi JAR-QE,

    You were on the right track with the schedule. Click the schedule with question marks and then right-click it and select "Add all property sets". If you are strictly looking for a summary of parts then right-click again and select "Edit Schedule Table Style" and click the box to add quantities on the "Columns" tab.

    Hope this helps,
    Scott Telthorst
    Quality Control Manager
    Helix Electric, Inc.

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