|bead||A local deformation in the web or a flange.|
|bend||A feature joining two walls|
|corner relief||A feature defined on two flanges, which forms
It relimits the two flanges and redefines the outer profile of the web between the two flanges.
|cutout||A feature corresponding to an opening through
The shape of the opening corresponds to the extrusion of a profile.
|depth||Dimension specifying the geometry of a bead or a joggle.|
|edge of part||Element (usually a curve), which defines the length/height of a surfacic flange.|
|feature||Characteristic form. Features are used to define a part.|
|flange||A feature created by sweeping a profile along
The different flanges or swept walls available are: simple and swept flange, hem and tear drop.
|joggle||Feature which causes the flange to be locally
Usually because the skin which is connected to the web is locally enforced by a strip or stringer (L or T profile).
|K factor||Determines the computation of the unfolded length of the surfacic flanges.|
|pattern||A set of similar features repeated in the same feature or part.|
|profile||An open or closed profile including arcs and lines created by the Profile command in the Sketcher workbench|
|stamping||A feature created by embossing sheet metal.
The different stampings available are:
bead, circular, flanged hole, flanged cutout, curve, surface, and stiffening rib.
|surfacic flange||A feature along the outer section of the web or an existing flange. It is used to connect to another product or to stiffen the part.|
|web||Main constituent of a part. Many other features (flanges, holes, etc.) are defined onto this feature.|