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How to change weld material in Inventor weldings?

A - answer Welds have assigned the default material "Aluminum-6061", how to change it to mild steel or brass?

You can choose weld material during the initial conversion of an assembly to a weldment. In existing weldments you can change the weld bead material using the weld properties. In the assembly (weldment) browser, right-click on the item Welds, select Properties, go to the tab Physical and choose your new weld bead Material. You can also save it to your template.

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3.12.2007    12718×  
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applies to: Inventor 2008 ·

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