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 a corner. 
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 a feature.
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 a spine.
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 deformed.
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.