The plugin helps you to quickly create a Bill of Material from the browser components tree to a ".csv" file. Several options are provided that let you control which components and what kind of data are processed.


Import the CSV file with a semicolon separation into appropriate columns.

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Version rel-0-6-6, 7/7/2017
Added the option "Separate dimensions". If checked CSV-BOM separates width, length and height in different csv columns. So you can better work with the results. Added the option "Use comma delimiter". If you use it CSV-BOM replaces the dot decimal delimiter with a comma delimiter. So Numbers, Excel and OpenOffice can use it in the native way.

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  • Excellent BOM plugin
    Donald Schlicht | January 23, 2018 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This plugin works as expected, simple, fast and accurate. My only comment is that it is European oriented as the delimiters in the exported file are semi-colons. In the US CSV files use commas for the delimiters.

    Peter Böker (Publisher) | January 24, 2018

    Thank you Donald Schlicht for that review. We are currently working on that CSV issue. And we have included CutList for the woodworkers to get the optimum out of there plates. Also the dimensions are sortable, so the smallest value is always the height. Here, many thanks to Kai ;-) Coming soon!

  • Excellent update
    Mark Scheiner | July 13, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Superb. I'd put in a request to have the ability to separate out the components different dimensions and thats now been put in place and works perfectly. Really helps make Fusion 360 work well for furniture making and required cultists. Thanks

  • Echt Klasse / awesome
    Michael Hoffmann | December 06, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    !! all comonents - with size of component - from the bounding box - in the csv / BOM !! - great Sowas in der Art habe ich gesucht - eine Liste der aller Teile mit Größe - diese kann ich dann als Zuschnittplan nehmen. ( deutlich besser als das BOM was bei "drawings" möglich ist )

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