I need to join two plates at a right angle to each other using a bevel weld reinforced by a fillet weld. The bevel weld is only located in the middle of the join and does not extend the full length of the joint surface. I can create the bevel weld, but I cannot create the fillet weld on top of it (see image A).
If the bevel weld extends the full length of the joint surface, then it is possible to create a fillet weld on top of it and combine the two welds (see image B).
What needs to be done to create a fillet weld on top of a bevel weld with defined end points (limited length)?
Yes - that's exactly what I did. I tried selecting it as a surface and as a quilt, neither would work.
Glad to see that it can be done!
I've attached the files of the test model I've been using. BEVELWELD2 works (bevel is created out of a full-length chamfer), BEVELWELD3 does not work (bevel is created out of a partial length chamfer).
Can you notice anything different in the definition of my welds to your welds?