Carve a upside down isosceles triangle

My next project is a bath caddy and I want to make one with a compartment to store bath salt and soap with a lid that doubles as a stand for a tablet - like an ipad or for a book so I initially want to be bale to slide the lid into a notch. so I want to carve a notch that is an isosceles triangle that is the base as its widest and drills down to its apex for a given depth. like an upside down one. so the attachment is side view and top view. How Would I do that in Easel?

Hey Joe, I’m not sure I’m following what you’re going for… could you maybe attach a photo of a similar design or maybe a sketch from the top down carve view and the side cut away view?

and then I notice your other post, with a sketch… lol

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