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How to weld a parts on parts?

Tutorial by Tomica Vukovic
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Answer and tutorial follow

  1. Step 1:

    First make a Part1 - create 100x400x5 bar with Base flange feature

  2. Step 2:

    Create sketch and use Sketched bend feature at angle 45°degree and 125mm distance

  3. Step 3:

    Create sketch and use sketched bend at angle 75°degree and 100mm distance.
    Save a part as Part1.

  4. Step 4:

    PArt2 making.
    – this will be made in assembly mode because – insert part, make sketch as is on figure and extrude sketch.

  5. Step 5:

    Dimensions for sketch and use extrude .

  6. Step 6:

    - Exit from creating part in assembly mode- welding feature in assembly mode do not support multibodies.

    - Suppress Part2.

    - Save assembly and close.

  7. Step 7:

    Open Part1

    Make a construction sketch that you mate a Part2 when you insert them.

    With feature INSERT PART insert Part2 – on options check all.

    !!!!! I wish that exists a options under feature transfer – transfer reference points – this option don’t exist in SW2007.!!!!

    Mate inserted Part2 with Part1 as is on picture with Launch dialog

  8. Step 8:

    Make three times feature FILLET BEAD.

    Save a part.

  9. Step 9:

    Open assembly Assem1 and make a Part3 in assembly mode.

  10. Step 10:

    Sketch of Part3

  11. Step 11:

    Extrude sketch 100mm.
    Save Part3.
    Open a Part1 and suppress Part2. and save it.

  12. Step 12:

    Back to Assem1.
    Insert Assembly feature Weld bead to join Part1 and Part3 – I choose filet bead with 6mm.

  13. Step 13:

    Part1 and Part3 welded- weld is marked with red color.

  14. Step 14:

    Save Assem1.

    Open Part1 and unsuppress Part2, then use Show body for all items in Cut list

  15. Step 15:

    Save Part1 and back to Assem1

  16. Step 16:

    Assem1 in two views.

  17. Step 17:

    On View menu choose hide all types.

    Final look on assembly with three parts- all is joined by welding.
    Save a assembly. .-)

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