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Two open-profile sketches are united by a loft in a lofted curve in sheet metal pieces. The Lofted Bend feature does not use the Base-Flange function. Begin by sketching two open profiles. To make a solid feature, use Lofted Bends.

In a sheet metal part, the Cross Break command allows you to insert a graphical representation of a cross break. The cross break is not a geometric object, and thus has no effect on the part's geometry. You include it to offer the information needed to manufacture the cross break.

  • Make a sheet metal portion with the area you wish to seal off on it.
  • Select Closed Corner from the Sheet Metal toolbar or Insert > Sheet Metal > Closed Corner from the Insert menu.
  • For Faces to Extend, choose one or more planar faces.
  • Pick a Corner Style:
  • Decide on a value for the Gap distance.
  • Set a value for Overlap/underlap ratio .

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