The next Intermediate part that we looking at looks like a Trapezoid with a Circled cut out.
This shape in many ways are a more advanced Trapezoid part that is able to have a cut out.
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Alright, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at our part six or the six parts from our intermediate parts, and this will be for the stock flat parts. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. And we make sure it's easy to watch problem solving videos. And we also have daily updates otherwise back into the programme here. So now, part six or P six from our flat parts. Um, yeah, this is pretty much gonna be a trapezoid with a circle inside of it. It's pretty much a shape we just did with the added value. So this is gonna be our first shape. We're looking at with four values. And I figured this might be a good one because we just covered it, so it's still gonna be fresh. So now what we want to do is we're gonna go to flat parts from our primary menu year trying primary tube, or should I say click this and then we go to p six. Select that, and then from our menu year or a little preview, we can see we've got B V and A and then with a new one, which is which. This is the circle inside Now on the side here, everything is gonna be the same except for the new value D So I'm just gonna quickly set this up. So let's first look at a This is the bottom, so I want to make it a bit bigger. So we've got 300 and then be here. We wanna go, let's say 200. Perhaps. And then we keep our height 300 as well. Obviously, keep in mind you don't wanna make this bigger than, uh, the actual shape. So we got 400. You can see nothing happens here. So if you want to really squeeze this one in, you can always try. Start at a too big number, and then you slowly work your way down. But keeping in mind, the circle is gonna be in the centre so it won't help much. If you go, let's say to 99 okay, you can do it. I'm not sure how this is gonna look. I did not expect this to work, so let's just quickly try and see what happens when we add this? Uh, okay. It's broken up into shapes for us because we added multiple shapes. I mean, where we made the actual circle too big. Broke it for us into two shapes. Very interesting. I did not know what we'll do that first time I see it. So let's just quickly add it again. This time we do it correctly. So I said I want this 300. 200 make this 300 then this one I'll make about 2 50 should fit quite nicely in the centre. And then, uh, okay, we're actually overlapping, so I'm gonna go make this on 200 just to be safe. So we don't create another two shapes. There we go. Now, if we add this, it should only be one shape. So there, as you can see, So we've got the shape with another shape inside of it, but it reads it as one shape. But yeah, that is very interesting. I had no idea that it so I learned something new as well. Normally, the programme will just either give an error or prevent you from creating it. So just quick recap again. So this is our previous shape created, but with a circle on the inside. And, uh yeah, so we've got one extra value. So this one's got four values. So as you've got the top ones with bottom ones with, then you've got the height of the overall shape and then the circle sides in the centre. But yeah, so that is it on the first four shape for force for value shape, it's a bit confusing all these shapes and part numbers, But yeah, before we get to the next one, if we go 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 forward to simply go your request, a 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