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SeanFarr
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Contour Flange - Issue With Bend Radius

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05-15-2013 10:12 AM

The situation, we have a piece of equipment that we want to add reinforcement to the wheel wells.

I managed to get a profile sketched out and am now trying to produce a model of the reinforcement.


I am running into the issue where the contour (round) meets up with the end flanges.

 

contourflange.png

 

Any ideas how to either create this as one contour flange, or create the round then add the 2 straight flanges on the end?

 

Thanks!

Sean Farr
Product Designer at TESInc.ca

Inventor Professional 2014-Update 2 - AutoCAD Electrical 2014
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never mind, it's weird how after taking the time to post something, it just comes to you...

 

I needed to add rounds to the points where the 2 flanges meet up with the round, to allow for a proper bend (using 3/8" material)

 

Here is part that I made that works!

 

Thanks

 

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SeanFarr
Posts: 475
Registered: ‎07-25-2012
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Re: Contour Flange - Issue With Bend Radius

05-15-2013 10:24 AM in reply to: SeanFarr

never mind, it's weird how after taking the time to post something, it just comes to you...

 

I needed to add rounds to the points where the 2 flanges meet up with the round, to allow for a proper bend (using 3/8" material)

 

Here is part that I made that works!

 

Thanks

 

Sean Farr
Product Designer at TESInc.ca

Inventor Professional 2014-Update 2 - AutoCAD Electrical 2014
Win7-x64 | ASUS P8Z77-V | i7 3770 -3.4 GHz | 32GB RAM |
240GB SSD | nVidia GTX 670 4GB - 320.49
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