SOLIDWORKS ROUTING Tutorials – How to create a custom pipe
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When you create custom routing parts like pipes, reducers, and elbows, you require certain dimension terminology for SOLIDWORKS to interpret your requests and create your model successfully. As long as you follow those specifications, you will be able to create a custom routing part that you can include in your design library. For example, a custom elbow requires dimensions named BendAngle, BendRadius, ElbowArc, and Diameter. Notice my syntax: there are no spaces in the dimension name, nor other characters like a dash or underscore; this is important in order for the model to be calculated correctly by SOLIDWORKS. The help files actually contain a lot of information about how to name your custom components.
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