When it comes to different parts and there difficulty, I like to separate them in the amount of options you able to set.
The basic Flat Parts consist of one to two options available for setup, which results in a faster workflow for production.
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are you guys in today's video, we're gonna be looking at our first basic part that we can add from a flat part templates. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back on the programme here. So now just a quick reminder This is gonna be miniseries around the flat parts and, uh, we were three won't be covering every single part, but we might break it up into some basic shapes, intermediate and advanced, so we can cover some different elements. But like I mentioned, at any point, if you feel like, um, you've kind of got this year, you've got the hang of it. You always jump to the intermediate section, and then, um, once you feel comfortable there, go to advance and yeah, so you don't have to watch every single video. But if you do it by the end of this, you know this feature a little bit better and be a bit more rounded off. So now I'm gonna just create a new sheet for the sake of this tutorial so we can add the parts to our actual shit as well. So now, once again, we just click on this big little icon on your primary, um, toolbar. Then it will pop up our parts. Now, as you guys can see Part one, I mean, that is already getting a bit more advanced. So instead of running through P one B two B three, all the way to be 59 I'm gonna grab some basic shapes first. And I think ideally, um, in my opinion, basic shapes are ones that consisted of maybe one or two measurements. So we don't get into too many complex, different calculations to do. I'm gonna start with p 13. I mean, I don't think you get more basic than this. Sorry for my little chuckle there. Now, first of all, what are we gonna see under here is a few different settings. We've got a nice little preview button. It shows us the part, and also it shows us the measurements you get full or the type of measurement. So we've got your de one, and it shows us the horizontal line So basically, in this case, it will, depending on what you make the the one that's gonna make your horizontal annual vertical the same because this is a circle, not an oval. And, uh, yeah, then on the right here to the preview, we've got, as you can see, d one and then the measurements in millimetres. So this is greater. You can always use this preview to kind of interpret what you want the measurements to be, depending on what you have. Some of them, they've got a list down to hear, some, only one the next. Up here, we've got the name. So if you're using a lot of generic shapes and you want to try to remember which shapes that were, you could just leave it at the part number p 13. Or you can just make your own custom name. And then, uh, then in your actual what do you call it, uh, parts list. Here, you'll be able to see that name. So if you know it's a very specific part, you need a name for it. You can do that. What we can do is we type it. I'm gonna just make this 200 millimetres, 20 centimetres and then we click. OK, then we're gonna be popped up by this little pop up, and then we're not gonna go into too much detail yet. What's located here? We will do that in another series, but what we've got here is basic nesting. So I'm just gonna make it manual nesting, make it one part, and then the rest I will all keep the same and say at and once I click, add, Obviously we've got a part here on our list on the left, and I can just select that click add part, and now we can manually add that part to our metal sheet. But yeah, so that is it on our first basic shape. Like I said, it only has one diameter is very simple to use. So just a quick recap Click on flat part after we have a sheet, select our part, filling our diameter one or dimension one put in the name and say okay. And then after they just say how many we want because we keep the manual nesting at zero. As you can see over here, you won't be able to add the pot. We did cover this in another series, but I think it's worthwhile noting just in case you try at apart and nothing happens like now because we only have one. But yeah, otherwise, that is it. On our first basic shape, If we go here to softwaretraining.co.za hey'll see your you guys will notice. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate to search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward to simply go. Yeah, request the training video filling the mini form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and just