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matt_jlt
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Inventor 2014 - Weld Symbol Dialog Broken

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07-31-2013 04:24 PM

I am having an issue where i can't fully specify the welds I require. As you can see from the attached images, Adding the second layer of weld in the dialog box, it is impossible to specify the weld size as the text areas don't show up when the symbol is added. The bottom weld symbol works fine though.

 

Doesn anyone have a fix for this / can replicate the problem? It's kind of urgent as I have some drawings I need to get done? Autodesk?

 

Regards, Matt.

 

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07-31-2013 04:34 PM in reply to: matt_jlt
Just worked out you can work around this although it is a pretty poor work around.
You have to define the bottom row first, then press the swap arrow / other symbols button. The text box will still be invisible but the weld symbol will show up on the sheet. Then re-define the bottom symbol again and you should have two symbols.
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jtylerbc
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Re: Inventor 2014 - Weld Symbol Dialog Broken

07-31-2013 08:18 PM in reply to: matt_jlt

I can confirm the error - reinforcing fillets on the top side don't work correctly.  The text boxes do not appear in the dialog box like they should.

 

Are you up to date on Inventor service packs?  I haven't used welds much in 2014, so I don't know if the problem was always there or was introduced by an update.

John Tyler
Inventor 2013
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matt_jlt
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08-03-2013 06:11 PM in reply to: jtylerbc

Thanks John. I have all of the updates installed, on different systems and all have the same issue. "Re-inforcing fillets" as you called them, do not work unless you use the workaround i specified above.

This is pretty annoying considering i use them all the time.

 

Autodesk, can I somehow submit this as a bug to fix?

 

Thanks, Matt.

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t_hutns
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Re: Inventor 2014 - Weld Symbol Dialog Broken

08-07-2013 01:20 AM in reply to: matt_jlt

Hello Matt,

 

This is known problem that was already reported and fix will be available as soon as possible.

 

Thank you for your input

 

Stanislav Hutnan

Inventor Development

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markdamen_ue
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Re: Inventor 2014 - Weld Symbol Dialog Broken

08-30-2013 05:39 AM in reply to: t_hutns

Can I log the fact that our system is affected by the same issue please.  Will the hotfix go public, or will it need to be requested?

 

Many Thanks

Mark.

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t_hutns
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Re: Inventor 2014 - Weld Symbol Dialog Broken

09-25-2013 11:55 PM in reply to: markdamen_ue

Hello,

 

Fix for this problem is included in Inventor 2014 Service Pack 1 that is available for the downloaded here - http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/ps/dl/item?siteID=123112&id=22322619&linkID=9242019.

 

Regards

 

Stanislav Hutnan

Inventor Development

Autodesk

 

 

 

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