luca, i don't know of any...
if you just want a straight calculation of material quantities, it would be possible to use the info in the pov output file (which is text) from cycas to create an openoffice spreadsheet which lists all the meshes in your model, their volumes and the material assigned to them.
it could be a start at least...
dxf output from cycas at present is no use because materials are not assigned to meshes...all meshes have default materials.
Well, where Cycas is concerned, that sort of gets right to the point, doesn't it? If we could assign
a material (or materials) to a mesh, and Cycas could build an SQL database, or Open Office or Excel database of assigned materials from the meshes, then we could build our own QTO database as we design.
For example: You draw in a partition wall and then assign it:061110.260202 Partition wall, 2x4, 8' high, double top plate, 16" O.C.
Cycas calculates the length for you and adds it to the database. As an alternative, perhaps some guidance could be allowed as to how the length/quantity are to be calculated: Square feet/meters, Linear feet/meters, and so on, so that the take-off quantities entered into the database match the quantities used in estimating. It would also help if the above example was divided into fields: The item number (use CSI or figure out your own) and the nomenclature, and perhaps a couple of others, in addition to a formula field for computing quantity.
(The number is CSI Master format. The last 4 digits are Reed Construction data assigned numbers for that line entry.)
Just my two cents.