Even though this structure has 4 corners, I am able to see the profile only in one corner. What is the reason for that?
You can see the profile only in one corner because this is the corner the profile starts. Each group of weldments will show only one profile. If you want 2 members to have alternative orientations, you would do one as one group, then add a new group to do the next profile. This allows the user to control a set of profiles they wish to be similar with one operation.
Just to check, could you go back to the sketch and add in sketch point to the corners and save the sketch back out as a library feature part and then see if this works?
To relocate this point I am able to see the profile in other side only.
Thank you for your help.
If it helps, it will show on the end of the first line you select, so you can position it on the corner you want it by selecting the corresponding line.
After activating Locate Profile by clicking this point I am able to move the structure.
Yep, think we mentioned that yesterday Horizontal and vertical axis mirror profile
Also, I find it far easier to make the path sketch with the intention it would be the outer edge of the profile in this type of scenario.
I have seen some YouTube video profile and point to be moved at the same location.
Don't do things a certain way purely because you've seen it done that way on youtube, or anywhere else. Think about your situation, what features you are trying to line up with and how that would be best modelled to allow for design changes (when you're in the real world the design often changes, and on multiple occasions). In your particular example for instance, If you want the outside of the profile to lineup with the outer corners of the uprights, it makes sense to draw the path to the outside, that way if you end up changing profiles, you do not need to change the path to suit the new profile size.
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