Why did you do this again?
Anyways, once you replace that duplicate dimension with a tangent constraint go ahead and use an unfold feature, then use the hole feature for the round holes and a cut feature for the notch, then use refold to finish the model.
Create Axis through the holes of the original part and perhaps some workpoints at intersection of axis and projected part face and then create a dimension a drawing.
You are probably going to have to experiment a bit because of bend stretching, but designers tend to use nice easy numbers for the finished center-to-center distances and angles.
Ok, thank you for your patience. I had some trainging a few years back but it was in 3D modeling only. We didnt even touch on sheet metal tools and now I have a job at a sheet metal fab shop.
I will attempt this and post my resluts.
If you don't get it figured out - just hollar back and someone will find a solution.
To make this easier we are going to be locating the holes on the formed edge after the part has been formed.
This is where I am at with the part now. I have located the holes on planar piece of this but am having trouble getting the profile of this feature cut out.
This sketch isn't very good quality - if you zoom in here close you will see there are actually two arcs.
Also two arcs and overlapping at other end.
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