Create a custom end type - CADWorx - Help

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20.1 (2020 R1)
  1. Click New End Type .

  2. Type a Name.

  3. Select a Base End Type.

  4. Select an Isogen Symbol.

  5. Select or clear the Force Match End Type Setup check box.

  6. Select or clear the Disable Weld Insertion check box

  7. Select or clear the Disable Gasket Insertion check box

  8. Select or clear the Disable Bolt Insertion check box.

  9. Select or clear the Force End Type Length within Component Length check box.

  10. Type a Description.

  11. Click OK.

    The custom end type adds to the End Type Tables folder.

  12. Select the custom end type, and then click End Type Table .

    The New End Type Table dialog box displays.

  13. Type a Name.

    Type displays the default value for the selected end type and is unavailable.

  14. Select the Size Table.

    Click the Size Table ellipsis to select the main sizes for this end type table. Alternatively, use Add MAINSIZE in the Main Table List View.

  15. Type a Part Number.

  16. Select a default Isogen Symbol from the list.

  17. Select selection codes from the Applicable Gaskets list, or type a code in the box.

  18. Select selection codes from the Applicable Bolts list, or type a code in the box.

    You must have the Selection Codes defined in the gasket and bolt components. For more information, see Selection Codes, Selection Codes Tutorial, Set selection code defaults, and Assign selection codes to components without catalog defaults.

  19. Type the Component Class.

  20. Type the Temperature Rating.

  21. Type the Pressure Rating.

  22. Type the Description.

  23. Click OK.

    The new end type table displays under the custom end type.

  24. Double-click the new end type table under the custom end type.

  25. Right-click in the Main Table List View, and then select Add MAINSIZE.

  26. Click the Select / deselect all check box to select all sizes, or select sizes as needed.

  27. Type the values as needed in the end type properties.

  28. Click File > Save.

  29. Click File > Open, and then open a project (.prj) linked to the catalog you just updated.

  30. Click Yes to update from the base catalog. You can also click Review Update, click Force Update All, click OK, and then click Yes.

  31. Double-click a specification.

  32. Select a component in the Main Spec List View. Alternatively, right-click, and then select Add or Add Multiple to add new components to the specification.

  33. In the New or Edit component pane, update the data as needed, and then click the Start list.

  34. Find the custom end type in the end type tree, and then click + to expand the end type.

  35. Double-click the end type table.

  36. You can add the same or different end types to End, Branch1, and Branch2 if needed, or click the Apply same end type to all ends check box.

  37. Click Apply.

    If you added a new component, click Add.

  38. Click the project name in the Project Specs pane.

  39. Click Match End Type in the Properties list, and then click the ellipsis .

    The Matching End Type Table dialog box displays.

  40. Click New.

  41. Select the custom end type in the End Type List, and click Add Left or Add Right.

  42. Select either a custom or out-of-the-box end type, and then click Add Left or Add Right based on where you added the last end type.

    You can also drag and drop the end type into the Matched End Type list. This drag-and-drop option eliminates steps 39 to 41.

  43. Click OK.

  44. Click File > Save.

See Drawing with custom end types.