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Insert > Sheet Metal > Hem on the Sheet Metal toolbar, or click Insert > Sheet Metal > Hem on the Insert menu. Select the edges where you wish to create a hem in the graphics area. if you have hems that cross. Intersecting hems get mitered corners by default, and the spacing between them can be adjusted.

Miter flanges are a type of flange that is added to one or more edges of a sheet metal item. The following requirements must be met when sketching a mitre flange: Lines or arcs might be included in the sketch. If you're making a mitre flange with an arc, it can't be tangent to the thickness edge.

Hemming is a shaping process in which the sheet's edges are folded or folded over another section to create a snug fit. Hemming procedures are commonly used to join parts, improve the look of a part, and reinforce part edges.

Edge Flange: A single process that combines a bend and a sheet metal tab. The desired edge, bend radius, angle, flange length, and flange position are all selected by the user. Miter Flange: This type of flange allows the user to add numerous flanges to one or more of the sheet metal part's edges.

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