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Gotcha. Deleted the original post. Thanks.
Now, let's answer the question...
Edit the flange and then select the Edit Flange Profile button. This will allow you to make changes to the underlying sketch.
Whether it was an exam question or not, I guess I should have phrased it as a general sheet metal question that I didn't know how to do. But now I know. However, w/out showing you a picture, the edit flange allows you just to modify the width, right? I guess what I'm trying to do is to make a tab/flange that has two breaks in it w/out creating two separate flanges.
I wanted to angle of the first break and the distance to the interior wall of the second break to be the driving dimensions. I couldn't figure out how to do this or maybe I was missing a feature.
Once you select the edit flange profile, the dialog box is greyed out and you can do almost anything to the rectangle flange profile.
Bah, for the life of me I can't figure it out. I don't feel so CSWPish.
When I edit the flange, the default plane is normal to the flat face of the flange. Any sketch I do is in that plane, not to the cross section of the flange. So when I try to put a 45 degree in the cross section of that flange, I am constrained by the plane I'm in.
Have you tried Miter Flange?
Just be careful/mindful of the fact that creating references to other sketches could be a little problematic. For whatever reason, dangling dimensions/relations don't seem to trigger warnings in the feature manager. See SPRs 687261 and 837334.
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