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12/12/2011

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An important point to add is that the "misunderstanding" described here can be cleared up by fully choosing a different Height datum option. If the "parallel to the flange termination detail face" option is used then we will indeed have a 30mm X 20mm flange part (as measured to the tangent points) and the FP length will be 45.559595mm.

This may sound a bit cryptic but it is explained rather well in the IV help system.

I was puzzled by this one, but now I get it. I was having trouble getting my sheet metal at that angle. Thanks for the breakdown it really helped.

You're welcome!
Bob

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