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@emagdalenaC2i @mbartlett21 Thanks for explanation! This looks great, let's do it Since you are much more proficient in this I hope one of you will take care of this release management, ok? How about I will send you on monday more detailed …
@mbartlett21 @emagdalenaC2i @NeilCooke As to collaboration: If it is possible we would like if Onshape team could create for us a development project / document which we could admin. This way we could create a team of collaborators from different…
mbartlett21 said: @emagdalenaC2i I have created a weld feature that will take faces as input, and it can handle weld gaps and non-90-degree angles https://cad.onshape.com/documents/7c7042b84e1ae5b391af796f We really like your weld cus…
Ben_Bartlett said: That good as the ndraft uses an edge and Left a gap between the weld bead and Plate as I had a clearance ga We used edges with the thought about v-butt welds - to show which edge should be machined to create necess…
Vierhout said: I also use it (in Autodesk Inventor) to provide complex assemblies with assemblies and parts of welds. This allows detailed Welding FEA analysis/calculations to be made in FEA / Simsolid programs. Are you going to apply it also …
hello everyone, we would like to thank you for your interest. All comments are appreciated. Lately we have been quite busy with finishing an important project as well as preparing quite demanding but rewarding bid offer. All of this caused we had…
Yes, this helped a lot - writing 0 * meter solved my issue. Thank you for explanation
Thank you very much @NeilCooke ! Your way works great and is so much shorter Although for the sake of learning purposes I would love to know, why my way hasn't worked as expected. So it would be great if somebody has some free time and could expl…