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Weld Tables

You can insert weld tables in drawings.

Use weld tables to summarize weld specifications including:
  • Weld quantity
  • Weld size
  • Weld symbol
  • Weld length
  • Custom weld bead properties such as weld material, process, mass, cost, and time



After customizing a weld table, you can save it as a template for future use.

The weld table dynamically updates when the corresponding weld beads or weld symbols change. If you update a value in the weld table and maintain the link to the weld bead or symbol, the weld bead or symbol updates in the model.



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