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Modifying Body Costs

Next, you modify settings and update the multibody part cost estimate.

  1. In the CostingManager, expand Custom Bodies.
  2. To change the custom cost of removing the Combine1[3] body, right-click Combine1[3] and click Apply Cost Override.
  3. Enter 0.11 for the custom cost.

    You can also change the cost in the CostingManager, by double-clicking the cost.

    The software updates the cost estimate.

  4. To modify the body costs, in the CostingManager, right-click Combine1[1], and click Change Body Settings.
  5. In the Costing Task Pane, under Operation Options, select Custom cost per volume and type 2.50.
  6. Click Begin Cost Estimation.

    The software updates the cost estimate.

  7. Close all parts without saving them.


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