Learn about how to work with the cut list folder.
- [Male Instructor] In this example we're going to be taking a…look at a few of the options inside of the cut list…inside of a weldment part.…Now up here you can see I have cut list.…There are 12 items and if you right click on that…cut list you can see here I have create cut list…automatically turned on.…If you don't automatically have that turned on,…you will need to manually do that.…You can also click on update over here which then…organizes these items into folders if you hadn't already…had the automatic update on.…It would be all the items listed out.…Once you create folders then it puts all the similar…items into folders themselves.…
If you click on the drop down here you can see here…this item and that item are exactly the same.…Same thing down here, this item and this item are…also exactly the same.…And same thing down here, so anytime you have an item that's…exactly the same it organizes it into a cut list for you.…Of course you can click on this and rename that item…if you'd like to and in fact if you click on the drop down…
Join Gabriel Corbett as he reviews the exam requirements, along with testing techniques and tips to make more effective use of your time. He refreshes your knowledge of fundamentals such as creating and saving weldment profiles, building sketches, trimming and extending weldments, applying corner treatments, and creating end caps and gussets. He also covers advanced weldment creation, profile alignment, and weldment cut lists. Last, but not least, he reviews questions from a sample exam and provides pointers for measuring parts correctly and verifying the unit system.
- Test-taking techniques
- Placing and locating weldment profiles
- Modifying corners
- Placing gaps at corners and segment intersections
- End caps and gussets
- Modifying weldment parts
- Creating a 3D sketch
- Creating cut lists