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With Welding you can:

• Create and modify simple and compound welds in an Assembly. Weld geometry
can be solid or light.

• Prepare edges for welding and create weld notches.

• Hide or display welds in an assembly.

• Define parameters of the welding process.

• Create assembly drawings with welding symbols.

• Obtain both general and specific information about welds, including location,
mass, volume, and size.

• Generate Pro/REPORT tables with rod and weld information

A typical Welding session may include the following steps:

1. Import the reference part into the welding environment by entering Assembly
mode and retrieving or creating an assembly.

2. Define the welding environment by defining welding rods, processes, and

3. Determine if you want to weld, prepare edges, or create weld notches, or a
combination of the three.

4. Define the type of weld, edge preparation, or notch to perform on the part or

5. Determine the family table configuration. The family table provides the
functionality to create the cut in either the generic or instances of the part and its

6. Determine if you want your weld or feature to contain solid or light geometry.

7. Define the edge preparation cut, notch, or weld dimensions.

8. Set any additional parameters or welding processes.

9. Detail your welding assembly with drawings of welded assemblies and annotate
weld joints.

10. Generate either a bill of materials (BOM) or Pro/REPORT tables with weld
parameters, or both.

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