I have a part which has 3 groups of structural members. Please take a look at he picture, what could case this to happen? Any ideas would be great!
I don't really use weldments but I think the issue is in your original 3d sketch for the frame. None of the corner points are in with each other, i.e. there is a slight twist. I redid the 3d sketch with two rectangles on the orign at a set distance apart & joined the corners & didn't get any of the issues that your screen shots show.
It's going to be hard to tell without seeing the file. Can you post it (click on "Use advanced editor" at top right of text box to post files)?
Thank you never posted a file before, new to the site.
I'm still using SW2013 so I can't open the file but I'm sure someone else will be glad to look at it and try to help.
Let me start by saying, weldments is an awesome sw feature. You can add gussets easily, and welds which also drives the drawing notes.
I save 3d sketches fully defined, especially for frames. Then use equations to build different frame structures. Parametric. Then use the different profiles.
You can trim your current model. And choose the different end types such as mitre. You don't need the additional 3d sketches that I saw in your zip file. Once you get used to 3d sketches it proves to be usefull, just have to understand the relationships.
I could send you an example for review if you wish. I use custom properties to populate the drawing and model templates for various materials etc.
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