I am trying to run pneumatic tubing in an assembly model, but I do not have the Tubing tab among the function selections.
It's a routing?
Yes. I actually figured out how to get to the tubing tab. Now I'm just trying to figure out how to use it.
Welcome to the forums, Jason.
If unfamiliar with Routing, I suggest you either purchase professional VAR training or avoid using it. I am not exaggerating.
If your new boss has said to you, "just figure it out," then his expectations are unrealistic and your productivity is bound to suffer. Then again, you could be an omnipotent genius. Good luck.
This condition has many variables, none of which you have volunteered. Maybe YOU are new to it, but it has been thoroughly developed for use within your company. In that case, feel free to explore (as read-only) other existing designs and routing library components. It may just be all set up for you, but if the license itself was not enabled, then I have doubts about your support environment.
If this ISN'T for SW routing, and you just want CAD models of pneumatic tubing,
Then I would run 2 different tutorials to get you going:
You can find them by going to Help-->Solidworks Tutorials-->Basic Techniques--> Weldments
And Help-->Solidworks Tutorials-->Advanced Techniques-->3D Sketching
Also, check this out, as this was the method that I used for creating similar things:
What is the best way to control the minimum distance between two 3D Splines?
Thanks for the info!
Activate SOLIDWORKS Routing Add-in (it ought to be enabled at Start Up), and it appears in the ribbon. Routing Tabs here are marked in red.
You do not get this without SOLIDWORKS Routing, a premium license.
Edit: You've already answered your question apparently.
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