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  1. Vipin, thank you so much, this worked and saved me about 12 hours of repetitive clicking.
  2. Thank you for responding, Udhay. Unfortunately, that won't work in this case because each component in my model has around 200 different properties within it. The masses I'm looking for aren't for the components, but the mass of all of the elements that have a specific property assigned. I can do this manually by isolating the elements of that property, selecting them, and using the mass calc tool, but that would take forever to do for 1400 properties. I was wondering if this was possible to do with a macro, for example, to speed it up.
  3. I have a model with around 1400 property cards. I need to know the mass of the elements for each property. I started doing this manually by right-clicking property -> "isolate only", selecting all visible elements, and doing mass calc. However, this will take forever to do for all 1400 properties. Is there any way to automate this process? Alternatively, if there is a way to calculate the mass for each material card, that would be useful as well. However, parts of the model are composites with multiple materials in a property, so this probably isn't possible.
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