Tube and pipe styles describe the characteristics for tube, pipe, and hose routes. These styles are key to controlling the fittings and rules of the routed system as it evolves from prototype to manufacturing.
Tube and pipe styles affect most aspects of route design from route creation and editing to populating the route. They ensure consistent application of tube and pipe components. For example, conduit parts and fittings in a pipe run often have certain requirements for size, route direction, and materials. With tube and pipe styles, you can set these requirements once, and then apply them to the design.
To set the company defaults, edit the styles in the master assembly template. Save the most common route type as the Active standard in the template