FabriCAM Software Perpendicular Practical Exercise (Part 2) Step by Step Video Tutorial

fabricam perpendicular practical exercise

Now that we have covered the Perpendicular Two Entries feature we will be giving it a practical try.

With this practical, it is always a good idea to try doing it without help a few times, and if you still don’t come right then watch the guided steps.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Previous video covered Perpendicular – Two Entries.

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Video Transcript

are you guys in today's video? We're gonna be looking at a practical for the perpendicular option with two point entry, and this will be for the cat feature. 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 he's got a problem solving videos and we also have their updates. Otherwise we get back into the programme here. Now, in today's practical, we're gonna be looking at using the perpendicular lines in our design. So what I want you to do is to create this type of shape. But the requirement is at least two of the lines need to be used with a perpendicular tool, which is this one over here. So we're gonna be using, um, just move that we're gonna be using this one here with two entries. So we have some curves, some straight lines. And like I said, the requirement is two of these needs to consist or make the shape. Now, I will let you view this, uh, shape a little bit. Think of how you go about it and then, um, pause the video try it. And afterwards you can look at the process I took and you can compare to see if, uh, you know the process is working or not. Yeah. Otherwise, pose when you're ready, and then I'll join back with you soon. Okay? I'm not sure if you guys tried it, but let's quickly run through how I went about making this. So I'm just gonna remove all of this. And then we started a new I'm gonna start with our as that's normally the most complex part. Then what I'm gonna do under the option I'm gonna set this option to, and then I want to ask you to the inside, So I'm gonna start with my, um X being the furthest away point. So I'm gonna make this 100 up X. I'm gonna leave my 1000.1 at this point of the X, so I'm gonna leave the exit zero and then the number two point number three. I'm gonna leave both zero as well. Then what I'm gonna do is under the middle point. So x two and y two, it's gonna set this 50 and 50. So it's about 50 and 50 up. Say Okay. Okay, We've got our first arc. Now. What I'm gonna do is at the second arc. So let's go to work again. And this time. Okay, so option two. But this time I want to just bring it in a bit. So I'm gonna go my Y I'm gonna go 87 minus 20 from the original, so it's gonna go in a bit. And the bottom one. I'm gonna go 20 up. It's about there. Then what I'm gonna do on my X, which is this direction I'm gonna 20 in from 50. So let's make that 30. And then what I'm gonna do in my why I'm gonna keep this 50 because this is the height. Keep that 50. Say Okay. Here we go. We've got our two points. Then what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna quickly add, um, connect these two arcs, so I'm gonna use the line two points, select the top one, then select the bottom one and then do the same thing at the bottom opening. Do that selected. Now we've got this nice half ring that is closed, and then what I'm gonna do is add normal line. So I got to the line tool gonna move it on our X 200 to the side, and then I'm gonna get 100 fall as well or high. Okay, let's try that again. I clearly missed something. So we have to make a top X 100 as well. Bottlenecks Because we're moving both points and then make it 100 high. Okay, I've got this point. And now what we're gonna do is where it gets to the interesting part where we're gonna join this with perpendicular lines. So to do that, I'm gonna select the to select our tool for the select two entries, and then I'm gonna click on this one. So that means it's gonna use the curvature from our curve and go to this point. Then I'm gonna repeat the process for this. Some click on the bottom point. There you go. We've got our shape. It looks a bit like some form of cup or something. I'm not sure what it is, but this is a great way to use a perpendicular line to make sure we get a very nice angle from the curvature to the flat line. Yeah, otherwise that is it. On the practical once again, it's a little bit more advanced, but I'm hoping by now you guys are getting comfortable with using the cat tools to create unique shapes. But yeah, otherwise, if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za gether today, you guys are no tears. 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. Simply request a training video well in the mini form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys watching and chairs.

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