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High School Autodesk Inventor newbie here. I'm trying to make spars for the wing on a glider I'm going to be making from balsa wood. I got this shape by thickening a boundry patch. The next step would be to make a flat pattern in sheet metal, but it gives me error messages when I click flat pattern. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong or what I can do to fix it?
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>>499418

Kek, I remember when I took Autodesk in hs.

Couldn't keep up with the teacher so I made dicks all day
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>>499424
How would you make a dick? It would be a very organic shape with no flat surfaces, wouldn't it? Is there some kind of phallic equation?
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>>499514
>Is there some kind of phallic equation?

god dammit



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