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Emboss is mainly used on surfaces, you can use an intersecting solid as Michael shows, you can also use a curve or sketch profile.
Create the surface you want to Emboss..........I've created a curved surface.
Create a sketch of your desired shape on a plane, it can be any distance from the surface.
Launch the Emboss command; Insert > Design Feature > Emboss
The Emboss dialogue opens with relative options, follow the options down, Select the Curve, Select the Surface and Select the direction. I've Input a distance of 1mm from the Embossed faces with an angle of 5°.
Congratulations! you've just Embossed your surface.
You can now use this surface to trim a solid or run some blends around the edges then apply some thickness and you have yourself a sheet metal part.
Looks pretty shmick all rendered up :)
Attached is an example of an embossed sheet. To use emboss, you need a target sheet body and an intersecting solid. First you are asked to select the sheet body. When you do, take note of the direction arrow, this will be the side the embossed sections attached to. Reverse if necessary. Then select the solid body shape you wish to emboss into the sheet. The result will be a sheet body with the shape of the solid embossed into it.
Attachmentsemboss.prt, 212 KB