Creating and editing bills of materials is easier than ever.
With the addition of the grouping property, you can now quickly group the contents of your BOM table into condensed rows by common properties of the existing columns.
It is now possible to set one of several predefined column filters, for any column in a BOM.
Aggregated columns are now supported in top-level and bottom-level BOM tables created with the BMBOM command. They allow you to calculate the sum, minimal, maximal or average values of a given property with respect to the current grouping.
An option in the main menu of the BOM Manager opens the new Filter Configurator dialog box. In the Filter Configurator you can screen the contents of your BOM table; and wildcard expressions are supported for string properties in a BOM filter.
Template Columns are a new type of evaluated column, which allow you to combine values of several properties into a single BOM column, as text, using DIESEL expressions.
You can configure and preview formula or template column expressions using the expression editor dialog.
With the addition of the Format dialog box, you may now customize the expression of your data in BOM tables with prefix, suffix, and delimiters.
The new Column Role option allows you to specify which column should be the source of balloons for drawing views.
It is now possible to select a unit for material density, both in the Physical Materials dialog and in BOM tables under the column properties section. Supported units are: kg/m³, kg/dm³, g/cm³, lbs/ft³ and lbs/in³.
An option has been introduced to limit the reported level of a hierarchical BOM.
You may now export your BOM table to a CSV file.