The steps I would take for making that particular part would be to draw the profile on the top plane. Use that to create a Base flange. Cut from the Right plane to get the tabs and holes. Not sure what the feature at the tip is and how that would be produced.....
Along with Arthur I do not believe the boss at the tip can be flattened as it appears from the picture to be thicker than the rest of the material. Your hinge loops are created at a 90 degree bend with no radius as well which can not be done with a few exceptions.
As the model did not make the transition we are unable to help other than to give advice. I would suggest you either convert the model to sheet metal, or start over working in sheetmetal from the start.
To attach a part you need to go back and open the thread from the header in the forum rather than replying to a post on the thread. Then look in the upper right corner and select Use Advanced Editor. That will bring you into an environment that will allow attaching the model.
Also as Arthur said you will go further requesting help and instructions rather than asking us to do your work rather than our own work.(since most of us are at work while we are on this forum).
I don't understand this question OR how either of the responders got to where they did in their responses.
Russell Waseem , Did you delete the body of your question? If so, why did you do that?
The image and the body of the question has been deleted.
Yes, but...….why? Inquiring minds want to know!
Because he knew that you were too good at answering questions Dan Pihlaja, and he needed to keep you guessing.
He posted a file with IP and just got fired.
Dan Pihlaja wrote: Yes, but...….why? Inquiring minds want to know!
Dan Pihlaja wrote:
The model looked vaguely something like this. Hopefully the suggestions Arthur and I made helped him see what needed to be changed. Maybe he realized that he needed to revise his approach to the design and figured he would come back after he tried again.
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