# FabriCAM Software P39 Chamfered Rectangle Cut Out (Part 19) Step by Step Video Tutorial

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When it comes to the advanced Flat Part number P39 there will a more advanced way of placing the inner cut out.

The overall construction of part number P39 will be comprised of a Rectangle, a Circle cut out and some Chamfering.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers P40 Rounded Rectangle Cut Out.
Previous video covered P38 Rectangle with Four Cut Outs.

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All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at part number 39 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 needs to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back into the programme here. Now, in today's part is gonna be a bit of a rectangle with champ, uh, tampering on the edges, and then I guess a circle cut out. But the thing that makes this one different is that the circle will not automatically be centred like in a lot of these shapes over here. But you can actually have to set the centre yourself. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna go to flat part. Then we're gonna go to p 39 and then from a little preview box here, let's just look what we can say. So we've got a which once again, is the worth you can be, which is the height. Then we have d, which is the actual diameter of the circle cut out. And then you will notice We've got s which this is the champ offering for the corners or edges at times four. And is that a 40 times 45 degrees? But it is for all four. And then we've got the location of your circle cut out, which is X and y. But as you guys can see, this measures X measured from the left to the centre of your circle. And why, from the bottom to the centre of the circle. So it is possible to have this circle off centred if you need any of design. So it's something that's quite handy with this shape. So let's go. Once again, I'm gonna go 200 by 200. Let's make the d. I'm gonna make this 100 then our pampering on the corners so they will be s Let's make this about 30 and then x and y I'm gonna say to keep in mind. Like I said, it is to the actual centre of the circle. So to get a spacing, right, just make sure you said that relevant. So I'm gonna go 100 by 100 we just preview Let's see what we've got. So we go. It's a pretty classic. We've got a nice centred circle, but I think for this example, let's take a centre, the circle, maybe higher. Let's go about 1 50 we see what that looks like. Maybe just too much. So I'm just gonna set this down a bit. So instead of 1 50 speaking about 1 20 preview that. And there we go. Now we can, When we see our preview, you can see it's off centred. So we don't think it's just one of those generic shapes or the generic cut out in the centre. I'm gonna go manual quality one ad and then we add this part to our actual cut out. So as you can see now, keep in mind. Obviously you can set it horizontal and vertical this cut out. So I mean, you can put a top right corner if you wanted to Bottom left just straight at the bottom. Um, which is quite convenient, but yeah, otherwise, that is eight on p 39. If we are to head here to softwaretraining.co.za z. You guys will notice you've got a variety of different Softwares. We do cover and You can also isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for to simply go. Yeah, request the training video filling in uniform, and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you, but otherwise thank you guys for watching and cheers.

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