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Getting Groovy with Welds

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At my local user group we discussed the weldment envrionment inside of Inventor today.

We loooked at all of the aspects of it and found there was some interest in placing some different welds on the assembly.

This is an example of welding some rectangular tubing to a plate. This situation creates an undercut that must be filled in order to build a good fillet weld after.

Check out my video here:

Enjoy,
Jim……….Another INCAT CAD Geek!

Two Weldment tips

First Item when thinking about weldments is knowing that your default setting when applying welds is “Aluminum 6061”. This could be important when understanding the true mass of your weldments. My video will show where to change this information for more accurate calculations. Another way my video does not show is when converting an assembly to a weldment you have an option there to choose material.

Second item is that it may be important to know the total length of weld beads used inside a assembly. Under your tools pull down menu is a selection for creating a weld bead report. This report is created inside a Excel file for easy use. Please check out the video of both topics.

Check it out
http://screencast.com/t/I8iw6JOry
Submitted by Dave of the INCAT CAD Geeks

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