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Add bevel to Pro/Piping pipe ends

RussC
4-Participant

Add bevel to Pro/Piping pipe ends

I am trying to put together some piping assemblies using pro/piping. Our piping has to meet welding specifications which require the interface between the end of the pipe and the fittings to both be beveled (B31.3 spec). Is there a setting in Pro/piping that controls whether the pipe ends are beveled? I attached a picture of the issue, notice the bevel on the elbow and no bevel on the piping.


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I am not aware of any setting in Pro-Piping that will control what you are trying to do. We have been adding a chamfer feature to the ends of the pipe solid to get around this gap in Pro-Piping.

I am not aware of any setting in Pro-Piping that will control what you are trying to do. We have been adding a chamfer feature to the ends of the pipe solid to get around this gap in Pro-Piping.

RussC
4-Participant
(To:ptc-151650)

I used a chamfer feature so I don't have to draw the cross-section for a revolve, but you would've thought beveled pipe ends would be a built in function by now. Oh well. Thanks for the help.

RussC
4-Participant
(To:ptc-151650)

I used a chamfer feature so I don't have to draw the cross-section for a revolve, but you would've thought beveled pipe ends would be a built in function by now. Oh well. Thanks for the help.

RussC
4-Participant
(To:ptc-151650)

I used a chamfer feature so I don't have to draw the cross-section for a revolve, but you would've thought beveled pipe ends would be a built in function by now. Oh well. Thanks for the help.

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