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Created by browin david
Created on Nov 29, 2022

HAT SECTION WITH LIPS

Kindly make provision for Hat section with Lips( straight lip and inclined lip) in the section database. Please make it such a way that if we enter the depth, width, thickness and give "generate" and all the properties gets generated automatically.

Thanks,

browin david

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  • Admin
    Carlos Aguera
    Nov 30, 2022

    Thank you for providing the spreadsheet, but again I would like to understand where the profiles are manufactured and what determines the sizes? Are these provided in a publication? If so then please share this and we can look to adding a database. Or are you suggesting that they are manufactured with any dimension, so you are looking for a tool to define the shape parametrically which we provide for other shapes in the Section Wizard module, called Freesketch e.g.

  • browin david
    Nov 30, 2022

    Thanks for replying. Kindly see the pic attached below, where we have a hat section with lips. a) straight lips b) lips inclined at 45degree... And we were able to generate the parameters for Hat section ( in excel attached) maybe it will help to work for "Hat section with Lips". Thanks

  • Admin
    Carlos Aguera
    Nov 29, 2022

    Thank you for posting this idea. However, perhaps you can be more specific and clarify if you are referring to profiles from a particular publication. If not, then are you looking to define them parametrically? If parametrically defined, then perhaps you can share a typical example.