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    See the attached part file.. and please help me..
    How can I get the flat pattern of this model ?
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    What you have is a loft and from what I was reading, you cannot flat pattern a loft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazer View Post
    What you have is a loft and from what I was reading, you cannot flat pattern a loft

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    Thanks for your input..
    Here I am attaching the same model created with boundary patch..
    But didn't get flatten surface yet..
    Please check it and give me a solution..
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    I will have a look for you, however sheet metal features are not something I have played with(very little) I never use the sheet metal side of Inventor so I may not be the best person to answer, but like I said I will have a look for you.
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    Can you not model the part using the sheet metal.itp what way the sheet metal flat pattern will work out the calc easy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazer View Post
    Can you not model the part using the sheet metal.itp what way the sheet metal flat pattern will work out the calc easy?
    I got it correct..
    just apply corner radius, then flat pattern

    Thanks.. for all help

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