How can I change the pipe wall thickness in routing in existing assembly? I tried to change the route properties -> base configuration, but it doesn't work.
Did you create a design table?
Did you create additional configs?
If not then you'll not be able to .
Sounds to me that you're brand new to the routing module and that you haven't gotten the necessary training in it.
I would suggest that you follow a course at your VAR or at least do lots of reading up on Routing.
Unlike most of the other things in Solidworks, it's not something that you just can jump into.
Have a nice one
Thanks for your answer Peter!Yes, I use DIN Steel library with pipe configuration table.
I have found solution for my problem, but I still have a question:
I go to Route Segment Properties and change the base configuration with proper wall thickness. BUT it changes only one segment of the pipe (for example from flange to tee, not whole pipe). Is there any other option to change whole pipeline wall thickness in more automatic way? The pipe on the picture is quite simple, but when I have more complicated pipe, it takes much time because I have to click on every single segments.
Thank you for any response.
Because of how Solidworks uses fittings to divide a route it's not possible to change it in 1 go that I know of.
So yes, you'll have to use Route Segment Properties on each segment to make the change.
However, as you'll have noticed, bend fittings (elbows or knee's), will automatically adjust to the setting of the pipe as well as alter al the pipe and bends after it automatically.
T's, reducers, flanges and all those signify the end of a segment and there for you'll have to adjust each segment yourself.
Have a nice one,
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