Tag Archives: sheet metal design

Sheet Metal – Corner Relief Options

Posted on March 4th by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer What can you expect from a sheet metal bend corner? How will it look and how can you adjust them? Today I will give you some examples of bend corners and how they appear in the flat pattern and the folded model. I will begin by addressing how to

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Learn the Basics on Sheet Metal Defaults

Posted on February 10, 2015 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Solutions Engineer: I get a lot of questions from people not familiar with Sheet Metal. They ask how they can create a quick flat pattern from a cone or transition piece. They may not be interested in learning sheet metal, but need a flat pattern for a customer or for manufacturing.

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Creating a Custom Punch in Inventor Sheet Metal

Posted on June 17, 2014 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer: You may find yourself in the position of needing a Custom Punch for an upcoming sheet metal project, to make your life a little easier.  Maybe you either have never tried to make a punch, or it has been a long time since your last attempt.  This will

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Beyond the Essentials

When a business decides on a software, they usually send some of their staff to ‘Essentials” training.  This is a great step, afterall, they have made an investment and getting initial training is important to better utilize the software and get the maximum value of your investment. If you have been to an Essentials course, be it Inventor, Revit or

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