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CREO 3.0 (weight Error)

CREO 3.0 (weight Error)

CREO 3.0 (weight Error)

Im rajesh. Im working in CREO 3.0 version. while in modelling and detailing. some times, I found error an weight. (Analysis\Mass Properties) I will get actual weight after assigning the material. but in drawing we use relation for weight (WEIGHT = PRO_MP_MASS). But it shows wrong valve, in parameter table also I check with weight as pro_mp_mass. but there also showing same error value, how can I solve this error.
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