Sheet Metal - Bend Allowance, Bend Radius and Blank Sizes

Wednesday April 6, 2016 at 3:41pm
Controlling consistency in sheet metal blank development is one of the key challenges when striving for accurate sheet metal components. In this webcast we take a look at how to control these settings in our designs and look at how we can automate this process when handling design data from multiple sources.
SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal
Controlling consistency in sheet metal blank development is one of the key challenges when striving for accurate sheet metal components. In this webcast we take a look at how to control these settings in our designs and look at how we can automate this process when handling design data from multiple sources.

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