# FabriCAM Software Flat Part P50 Rounded Rectangle (Part 23) Step by Step Video Tutorial

fabricam rounded rectangle p50

With today’s shape we are looking at another part that starts with a Rectangle, the P50 part.

This time though we will not only be rounding the edges of the rectangle but also rotating it in an angle.

This video is part of a Mini-Series.
Next video covers P52 Complex Rectangle Cut Out.
Previous video covered P49 Rectangle with 2 Circles.

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All right, guys, In today's video, we're going to be looking at Part 50 or part number 50 from our intermediate flat parts. 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 went back into the programme here. Now, just a reminder that this is a miniseries on our intermediate parts. And as you can see, we are slowly getting to end. This is definitely way more parts than our basic and now advance, I think might maybe be a bit less than half of this speaking on the correction. But we'll see once we get to those. So now today's parts apart. 50. We're just gonna go to flat parts again and then look for key 50 openness and zoom in on the little revere you will see we've got three different settings we can set. So we've got y we've got an X and then we've got you. So that's why I'll be setting the width of your shape or yeah, I guess with depending on the way you look at it, the X to the height, and then you will be the degrees that it is rotated in. That is what makes this shape rather challenging is that you have to keep in mind. You can do a rotation, but what makes it great. It means you can also do it in any angle so you don't have to have a horizontal or just the vertical version of it. So now let's just type in a few settings. I'm gonna make the ex slightly bigger. So let's go X 300. Why? I'm gonna make about 1 50. Let's rather go 1 80. Just get a little bit closer to that sample we've got and then the rotation here. This will obviously depend on the amount of grease. You want it So that you. So let's start with something simple, like you just leave it at zero. We can see we've got a when it's, uh, just on a horizontal plane. I'm just gonna set my this one a bit lower. So my y got 100 then let's go about 45 just to see 25 degrees. Now we can see we've got a nice 45 degree angle here, obviously got 90 and also it's any degree of the amount that you want to go. I'm just gonna leave mine at 45 degrees. So it's similar to the actual reference we've got here, so that when we look at the parts on our cutting plate, it's easy to understand what's happening. Had a manual quality of one and let's add some have given us a red one. Looks a bit like a plaster if you had to think about it. But you're so I'm gonna just place this year in our canvas, where it kind of takes up too much space. Always move it off to it. So this shape is pretty much a rectangle with rounded edges. But like I said, what makes this one quite different? It's the fact that you can rotate this and that is great. I really like that. Be nice having it with more options. As you can see, we've got one over here a P 43. Now, this one is just a standard, uh, horizontal version where this one we can actually rotate the degree amounts, but yeah, otherwise that is it. on P 50 or part number 50. If we head here to softwaretraining.co.za z. 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. Yeah, requested training video, fill in the uniform and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you, but otherwise, thank you guys for watching and cheers.