I try to clean a corner on my sheet metal part, but can't see how to do this correct:
Hi there @Joris,
A couple of options.....one, you could adjust the side angle of the flange to 45 degrees, and that would get it close.
Two, you could change the process a little, making a rectangular tab first, then just extend the contour flange to those two edges, and the mitered corner is made automagically.
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge 2019 [MP1] Classic [x3 seats]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
easiset way here is to use a different approach right from the beginning.
Do not start with a contour flange, a cut out and two flanges.
Just start with a flat tap and a single contour flange.
I'll test it this afternoon.
I do not care about this question, but I would like to ask you.
I saw your macro DFTtoDXF Macro ..
It was using a separate option file ini.
It is very exciting for me.
If not, can I see the code that used the ini file?
I would also like some code.
this is nothing secret nor special.
I simply have used those old vb6 INI procedures.
If You google for read from INI You will get tons of code and examples.
But to be honest.
I have changed my codes a while ago to use XML instead of INI.
This has to do with 2 reasons: