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*Keller, Kent
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11-14-2002 04:50 AM in reply to: jmartzig
Right click on the Flat pattern in the browser and select Align vertical or align
horizontal, then select the edge you want vert or horiz.

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Kent
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"jmartzig" wrote in message news:f12368e.8@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> uh oh. having a problem the exact dims on my tube are: i.d is .202in, o.d. is .2184in
with the length of 12.13in lg. made the sheet metal thinkness .0082in. i did just as larry
said. and when i go to make a flat pattern, the flat pattern is all skewed in the flat
pattern window. any ideas? -Joe
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11-14-2002 05:05 AM in reply to: jmartzig
wow, that was easy. thanks kent. i thought i REALLY screwed something up. -Joe
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11-14-2002 06:24 AM in reply to: jmartzig
Usually I have found with features like the one you describe, that if you trim away the lines that are not needed or if you add points to all of the line intersections, you can then select each of the individual enclosed areas in turn, not just the two circles. At least thats how it seems in 5.3

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Steve
*Keller, Kent
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11-14-2002 06:40 AM in reply to: jmartzig
I have done that before also, but we shouldn't have to. It seems worse to me in R6, but
then maybe it is because you get this big blaring color fill instead of line highlighting.

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"sstrik" wrote in message
news:f12368e.11@WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Usually I have found with features like the one you describe, that if you trim away the
lines that are not needed or if you add points to all of the line intersections, you can
then select each of the individual enclosed areas in turn, not just the two circles. At
least thats how it seems in 5.3
> Regards
>
> Steve
>
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