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Hex/square Nut hole-inset generation
Is there a hole variant where the countersink is a hex or square nut. This is fairly common in 3D printer parts and laser cut panels where there is an inset of the nut to hold it from spinning while you screw from the other side. Yes, I realize I can make hexagons and rectangles and place them over the hole as a remove, but it would be way nicer if I could say (countersink-nut-trap-square) as a type of hole for M3, M5. etc... That way if the spec changes (was M3 now M5) everything could easily react. For example: