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Using Sheet Metal Commands to Create Multibody Parts

You can create a multibody sheet metal part by creating new sheet metal parts within an existing sheet metal part.

You can add new sheet metal bodies using these commands:

  • Base-Flange/Tab Base Flange/Tab
  • Convert to Sheet Metal
  • Insert Bends Insert Bends
  • Lofted-Bend

For all commands, when you finish adding the part, it appears as a separate body in the Cut list and a new feature in the FeatureManager design tree.



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