You can select which model welds are visible in drawings and drawing views, and set the weld color and line type.
To set the automatic welding properties in single-part and assembly drawings: On the Drawings & reports tab, click Drawing properties and select the drawing type.Click View creation , select the view and the properties that you want to change, and click View properties. Now click Weld in the options tree and adjust the settings as required.
To set the automatic welding properties in general arrangement drawing: On the Drawings & reports tab, click Drawing properties and select the drawing type. Click Weld and adjust the settings as required.
To modify the welding properties on drawing level in a general arrangement drawing: Double-click the drawing background and click Weld.
To modify the welding properties on view level: Double-click the drawing view frame and click Weld in the View Properties dialog box.
Welds in sub-assemblies
Not visible does not display any welds in the selected view/drawing.
Site weld visible displays only site welds in the view/drawing.
Workshop weld visible displays only workshop welds in the view/drawing
Both visible displays both site welds and workshop welds in the view/drawing.
Weld size limit
Enter a weld size limit to filter welds of that size and bigger out of the drawing. This is useful when you only want to show non-typical welds in a drawing.
To set whether the weld size is an exact or minimum value, use the advanced option XS_WELD_FILTER_TYPE.
You can also select, whether to show Hidden lines or Own hidden lines.
Weld solids are shown in drawings in the following cases:
Weld solids are shown in drawings for those weld types that have real solid support. Welds that have no real solid support are shown in the model with a hexagonal placeholder, and in drawings weld solids are not shown.