# FabriCAM Software CAD Lines Tool Practical Three (Part 5) Step by Step Video Tutorial

Now that we have covered the first two practical videos, lets look at the third one on our list of practical’s.

In this video practical we going to be looking at how to jump to multiple hotspot points.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Previous video covered Lines – Practical 2.

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Hey guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at practical number three from our lines tool for the cat feature, and this will be four favourite camps software. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. We also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're heading to the programme here Now. In the previous two videos, we had to practical where we looked at creating basic rectangle triangle, and now we're gonna be looking at creating more of a triangle looking rectangle. Now, this is by far the most complicated, um, practical so far. So if you run through this, you should be quite familiar with how to use these features and a form of measurement with him. Now, I'll tell you kind of the requirements, um and then I will let you try Get at it, and then if you don't come right, I'll show you afterwards how I go about it so you can just recap. So what I'm gonna require from you is to create a form of a rectangle like I said triangular rectangle with a timeline and a two point line. And then, um yeah. So at any time now you can pause the video and I will resume afterwards. So if you have just resumed and I will quickly run you through the process, I use creating these form of shapes. So this is definitely like I said, a way more complex. It takes a little bit more measurements, but still way less than creating this whole thing just with the lines and not the two point line. So with the line selected, I'm gonna add my foundation, which is my base. I'm gonna leave these two x and Y on zero again to have a good origin. And then I'm gonna set my ex year 2 60 my Why? I'm gonna leave zero, cause I want it below. There we go. We've got our first line. Now I'm gonna add my second line and then the third. So the second line, What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go from the X I'm gonna 10 in. So we have more round numbers to work with. And then I'm gonna leave the wise now, so I'll first get the exercise. I have an idea of where it's gonna be. So 10 in and I'm gonna leave it 10 out from that side. So that means instead of 60 I'm gonna make it 50. And then what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna lift the y one and y two. So there's these two points. I'm gonna lift them each by 20. Say okay. And then we have our second line. Now, the third line gets quite tricky because you will be thinking unless you could very easily think I'm just gonna duplicate. I'm gonna go 10 year. Then I'll go 40 year. Sorry. 40 to 10 in, and then I'll lift it 20 and 20. You might make that mistake. Maybe not if you've calculated correctly. But what this will do is we'll bring a 10 in. I mean, this line is gonna be up here parallel with this one, and then it's gonna be 10 shorter. And then what are we going to do? Is we're going to find that actual height is exactly in this line, so you won't even see this line. So what we wanna do is we're gonna bring 20 in because this one was 10 in. So we're gonna bring another 20 in. We're gonna make the height twice the amount, so there will be 40 40. And I said, Okay, you can see it adds our last online. Now comes the nice part, and I find this very rewarding as we go to the line two points and we start connecting the dots. So I'm gonna connect this one to that one and up a bit. Now, keep in mind, you have to select the tool again when we go next 1.2 point, this really feels like connecting the dots, which I guess it actually is. Uh, And then, uh, go to another one. And then, like I mentioned, this type of work flow is gonna save you a lot of time where you don't have to calculate these angles and their points and try to remember it. Yeah, there we go. That is practical. Three Rather simple. Actually. It's the most complex shape we've had to create in the sense that we have a middle joining point. So to keep the slope and all of that consistent, it is definitely more challenging. But yeah, otherwise thanks, guys, for watching. And if you head here to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover and you can also isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go here, request the training video, filling the uniform, and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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