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(OP)
Is it possible to make your own cartridge with a different format? Is it possible too to make a block like in Solid Works with link with the catia part information?

Iders

RE: cartridge

Hi iders,
If you are talking about "title block" and "frame" the answer is yes:
1-look in the documentation for the above (there are 2 scripts incorporated in catia)
2-or follow this link:
http://www.catiav5forum.de/database.php?cat=3
Hope it is of help.
Sincerely,
Mircea

RE: cartridge

(OP)
Thank you

but what I'm looking for is how to create new Title Block with automatic link between the part and the drawing. So, I dont have to write the name of the part in the title block every time for example.

Best regards  

RE: cartridge

You can do this by creating Parmeters in your catpart and parameters in you catdrawing and linking them together by setting a formula.

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