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  1. ILoveMadoka

    Weld Display Issue...

    (I am using SW 2013 per job standard) I placed a fillet weld between two pieces of metal and the weld comes in as a cylinder rather than a 90 degree representation like one would expect. I have tried all sorts of combinations in the settings with no desirable results.. Can anyone shed some light on how to get a more accurate representation for my fillet weld? There was nothing about this in the weldment exam!! Thanks!
  2. Dear all, I am using inventor to create a box (five faces only). You can consider that I want to use it for holding water. I want to make the gap between those faces to be sealed (like the faces are welded together). How I can do that in Inventor. Also how can I show it in the 2D layout about this? Thanks
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