From rectangle combinations that we have looked at before, the P34 Flat Part uses quite a few rectangles.
Now with most Flat Parts there are quite a few ways how you can view the building blocks which will help you understand the part better.
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Hi guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at part number 34 from our advanced flat parts. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za z. We make sure we need to watch problem solving videos and we also have daily updates. Otherwise we're back into the programme here now. Yeah, in today's video, like I mentioned, we're gonna be looking at part 34. It's another advanced partners, but you can say, uh, three or try rectangle combo. So, yeah, we're gonna be basically just combining three different triangles. It's sort of simple. It is also, in many ways, you can say similar to the L shape we've done, but this will be a bit more of a U shape. So we'll be adding extra. I'm gonna say rectangle to the mix. So now what we wanna do is get your flat pots and they wanna navigate to G 34. So if I click this open up and just zooming in on the slope previously we see what's happening. So now, once again, also, the shape is pretty simple. It is advanced shape, but you will be able to figure this one out pretty quickly. So now, obviously on the top, we've got a which is the overall with of the first triangle, or you can say the outside of your, um the width of your actual overall shape. But I like to view it in three triangles and I'm in three rectangles. It makes more sense to me. So then we basically have the first rectangle, which is a for the worth and be for the height. Second one is be for the height and the for the with and then the last one is C for the height and e for the width. So that is how you can adjust that. So if we got a let's go 300 I'm gonna make it about Let's go about 80. Then we make our B. That is be So first go the V do this about 80 then your next rectangle I'm gonna go get 100 and then so it's gonna just come over the border and this one again I will make a bit broader, so we're gonna get the over here the minute we get about 1 50 So it's just about half of our overall top triangle shape, and the last one, we make a bit of a skinny, long one. So we're looking at sea. So let's make this one about 2. 50 and then I'm gonna make this one. Let's make it about quite small 20. It's going okay. And we preview that, and, as you can see, yeah, there's, uh we've got our first rectangle on top here, which it's a long, uh, average one. And then we've got a broad, short, low one, and then a long skinny one. So I'm gonna go at manual quantities once they add, and then we add this to our actual cutting place, See if we fit it in here, we might have to move some shapes. Just okay. There we go. I got it in. So now at least we can actually get all the shapes in. Yeah, that is it on p 30. Oh, and yeah, like I mentioned is basically if you can view it as three different rectangles, I mean, yeah, three different rectangles, then it kind of makes more sense using this shape, but yeah, otherwise, if we had to softwaretraining.co.za hey'll see it. Or do you guys will notice? We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search on top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos looking for just simply go yeah, requested training, video filling the mini form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you, but otherwise thank you guys for watching and cheers.