What does WP stand for in the section part list?

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  • #19003 Score: 0

    What does WP stand for in the section part list? It has either, none, X, Y or Z…?

    #20459 Score: 0

    I’m guessing “work plane”? Like how the pieces are laid out in the work space? I saw that too. I didn’t really pay attention to it. It’s not really needed as long as you look at the instructions while you’ve got your cut list.

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    mckdelbu
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    Yes, it is work plane. See the CHBD user guide for a full explanation :
    https://www.barplan.com/chbd/designer/user/manual/

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    sam2014
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    The WP designations of X, Y, Z and none simply means the part is oriented along one of three axis and one null axis, named none.

    Be careful using the CHBD as it can be confusing. The entire world is defined in the Cartesian coordinate system x, Y and Z. See attached drawing.

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