I have managed to get as far as converting the part to sheet metal, but I am having trouble with the 'Flatten' feature so I can add it to my MFR drawing. See attached for reference.
Note: I tried using rounds on the 'step' portion with no difference.
Thank you for the help.
That part is not a viable candidate for the flatten process.
Sheet metal parts that can be flattened are those that are produced on a press brake.
They must also be uniform thickness. You have the smaller tube inside the larger tube and that makes the wall thickness non-uniform.
With a part that small you will not see deformation even in a rolling operation, so construct the flat pattern from extracted edge lengths of the round sections.
Thank you, BenLoosli
Couple of follow ups-
1. So any part that would need some sort of mandrel create a 360deg, tube like bend would not be able to flatten?
2. Your suggesting to essentially make a separate part that is a 'flattened' version?
Yes and yes
Not the best way, but it fits within the limitations of the software.
IF PTC allowed multiple solid bodies, then it could be in a single part file.
Another option would be to make a 2D sketch of the flattened model in your same file on a different layer.