The next Flat Part on out List is P14, Like with the first part we covered P13 it has the same shape.
When it comes to making Circles and Rings, the process is very similar with the exception that rings have two values to work with.
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All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at our second part or part 14 from our basic parts. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found A softwaretraining.co.za z. We make sure we need to watch problem solving videos. We also have daily updates. Otherwise, we're back in the programme here. Now, the next thing we're gonna do here is we're gonna add our next basic shape, which is gonna be part 14. So we're going from one measurement to measurements. Uh, yeah. So it's still pretty basic, but yeah, so let's just get right into it. So now, with our project open from our previous shape we created, we're gonna go to flat parts. Then we go to p 14, which is right next to it. So we see we've got outer diameter and the inner diameter now, and, uh so let's make this interesting as maybe make it wrap around our previous one. So if I click on it, it will open up so we can see the example. Yeah. Now I personally would have liked it. Maybe it's a bit advance for uh, or some programmes. But I would have liked it if I had to change this one and 200 this 1 100 that we would get a live update on the preview. So you kind of get an idea of where you're going at. Obviously, if you have your stuff pre measured, it doesn't matter, because then you just kind of typing in numbers and, you know, the result is gonna be the right. But I would have liked to see a preview updates so you can kind of demo it beforehand before you just commit otherwise right now, if I want to commit it, I said to say, Okay, put it in the part. If I don't like, I have to readjust it. You can obviously also which I recommend. Grab yourself a measuring tape. You can even have a piece of paper in front of you, depending on our big parties. Or if it's, uh, if you need to, uh, scale it down, you can always If the thing is centimetres, you've taken two millimetres. You break it down and build a smaller version. Just make sure your dimensions are right. So then what? We've got here. Now we've got the D one d two. So it's when you see the MD one is the out of the amateur and the D wants the I d. So, um, we've got the inner diameter for that. So I think just keeps things interesting. Let's make this part nicely nest over our circle. So what we can do is we know our inner diameter or out of the diameter of our previous part. 13 a circle was 200 so I would say our inner diameter instead of making it 200 because it's gonna be to flush. We can maybe make a bit bigger. Obviously, in a real practical scenario, you would probably just have this shape. Make your damn 200 out of damn the right one and they want to cut it. You'll have both those shapes, but let's say for some reason, it just you don't need to do that or you're using another shape and you need another shape inside it. This is where you'll do that. So I'm gonna maybe make mine about 22 centimetre play. So let's make this maybe to 20 so in a diameter, so we know the circle's gonna fit inside of it. And, uh oh, one Let's make it, uh maybe watch to 70. I want to make it a thin ring. Nothing too special. Nothing too broad. Obviously. Name it. I'm just gonna leave the name the same. Say okay. And once again, on the manual parts, I'm gonna add one to sit at now. As you guys might have noticed, we had a nice little preview there. So if we just do that again and we'll just choose a different this time, let's make this 300. We'll make this 100. Say, Okay, you've got this little previous year, which you can use as a reference as to what is happening. But obviously, I would have liked something alive. But I'm just going to be like I used too many programmes. Uh, throughout this these many, many serious is. But in any case, so now we've got the spot, so let's quickly just previewed. So we're gonna add part because we have one place this year. Grab this one by selecting it. Obviously make sure if this one is selected to first be selected by clicking off, select this one and then just drag this one there. Now you can obviously zoom in and just nicely align it so you know, because then potentially, you can even afterwards use this ring for something. If you had to, it's just sent to this. You can see There. Now. We've got the two parts on our part list. We can see the one we gave the name. It's got a name, and then we've got about 14, So yeah, that is it. On another basic shape, I hope you guys are kind of starting to graphs how this works. You will see when we get to advance shapes. Uh, complexity goes up quite quick, but yeah, otherwise, that is it. So just a quick recap obviously go to flat part filling a diameter one and two, and then you add it to your project. But yeah, otherwise, in the meanwhile if we had you to softwaretraining.co.za. Guys will notice. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. 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