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Re: Excel Pricing Worksheet

Postby tnbndr » Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:56 pm

Staying with the excel version unless some has figured a way for the program to accept input data and save it.


If this is the app you are referring to: viewtopic.php?f=88&t=17569
Follow the entire thread, I had the same issues and it has to do with where Windows is storing your files. It is saving your files with changes but in a location the program is not looking for them. You have to move them to the PlasmaEst folders and overwrite.
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Re: Excel Pricing Worksheet

Postby RhinoRearends » Sat Jul 21, 2018 12:24 pm

Are you referring to the DD Metal Products Plasma Estimator? If you go into the File -> Setup, this should update your particular setup variations, steel prices, pierce charges, etc.

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Re: Excel Pricing Worksheet

Postby Hazzard Engineering » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:44 pm

Cheers for that, I will have a play and see how it goes.

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Re: Excel Pricing Worksheet

Postby GreenDeere » Sat Sep 29, 2018 3:02 pm

Hello all - we are new to the CNC world and have been surfing around for a good way to figure prices on our product. I see that an Excel spreadsheet was shared a while back, but I dont' see a link or attachment to the post. How do I go about being able to see it? I saw something that said about becoming a contributing member???

Any help is appreciated. Thanks so much.

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Re: Excel Pricing Worksheet

Postby plasmanewbie » Sat Sep 29, 2018 8:08 pm

GreenDeere wrote:Hello all - we are new to the CNC world and have been surfing around for a good way to figure prices on our product. I see that an Excel spreadsheet was shared a while back, but I dont' see a link or attachment to the post. How do I go about being able to see it? I saw something that said about becoming a contributing member???

Any help is appreciated. Thanks so much.


Welcome to the site! The Excel spreadsheet is on the first post on the first page. To become a contributing member just click on your username near the upper right corner of the screen when logged in and from the drop down menu click on membership renewal.


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