The Intermediate Flat Part P57 that we are covering will be a more complex form of a Triangle.
When it comes to the Intermediate Flat Parts, P57 will be the second last shape on our Intermediate list.
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All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at part number 57 from our flat parts intermediate shapes. 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 that needs to watch problem solving videos, and we also have very updates otherwise, back into the programme. And now, when it comes apart, 57 this is quite a tricky part. In my opinion, it is also known as kind of like the triangular shape. And, uh, I was just a few of these values that is quite important. And, uh, the way it works is also slightly different. So if we go to the flat part here and then we go here to p 57 I was gonna zoom in so we can quickly look at what we've got here now. From the values you can see, we've got a few different. We only have four to choose from, but at the bottom here we can see zero and zero. This is your origin point. So this is where the shape is going to start from, and then these other valleys are relevant to that. So that is something to keep in mind is quite important. And also, you will notice that you don't just set the actual length of a flat surface, But you have to set kind of the X and y If you look on top here, we can see for 0.1 year we've got an X and A y. So what? That will mean if we set the X. So I'm gonna go here to x one. So this will be the X value. So I'm gonna make this 100. So sideways, 100? And then how high do I might want to make it? I'm gonna make it 100 and 50 high. We're next up here. We've got the next two values X and X two and y two. No, um, the ex of here. I'm gonna set this to 200. So I wanna 200 sideways. And why? I'm gonna leave zero. I don't want to lift it. I wanna leave it on the bottom plane. Let's have a quick preview, and as you can see here, we've got a nice little triangle. Now, obviously, if you let's say, want to lift the bottom. Then you can add a wire. I'm gonna go something like 20 so we can just see. Now you can see the bottom is being lifted. But now keep in mind, you're gonna have to compensate the other points, Move this on sideways and perhaps a bit up to get it. Um, it's an accurate. So I personally, I like to leave the Y on zero. They will show us a way to 10. So they were like I said, I've got a nice flat plane at the bottom Now. Also, keep in mind if you set these two values the same. It also tends to give you an error. Then also, if you said if you don't add both the top ones for the Y, you will also get an error. So just make sure you have at least the top three and then also offers your measurements will be relevant to the angle and so forth. So I'm just gonna keep this one on X 100. Why? 150 x 2, 200. Say Okay, it's at one of these and then add the shape to our cutting plane again. Now we've got a little triangle. Like I said, in my opinion, um, this one is a little bit more trickier to work with. But if you have a measurements beforehand, you should find it quite simple. But otherwise yeah, 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 of rye. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go. Yeah, requested training video in the media form. And then we'll do our best to make that for you, but otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and just