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Some Characteristics Of Sheet Metal Parts
Posted On 04/19/2019 01:54:19 by otsedtalex

Holes
Since sheet metal fabrication is frequently used to create enclosures, brackets and similar items, holes and slots are often required for screws, bolts or interlocking sections. Holes are usually created with a punch and die mounted in a press, allowing for a precise circular shape But if holes are not correctly made, the hole may deform or even cause the part itself to break.
When punching holes in sheet metal, a few important rules should be followed. Holes should be 1/8"... Read More



Aluminum Sheet Material In Sheet Metal Parts
Posted On 04/17/2019 01:55:50 by otsedtalex

If you've got a particular fabrication need, aluminum sheet metal fabrication may be just the solution you're looking for to get the job done right and on budget. Unlike other commonly used materials, aluminum offers several additional benefits thanks to its lightweight and Flexible nature.
Our team often utilizes aluminum sheet metal fabrication for jobs that need the strength and durability of metal, but don’t need the weight and cost of alternative options. Find out more of the... Read More



Installation Tips Of Sheet Metal Parts
Posted On 04/15/2019 02:28:25 by otsedtalex

It's a pretty ood bet that when you restore a vehicle, no matter the make, sheet metal work will be in your future. It's becoming pretty rare to find a classic car out there that is rust free or in no need of any panel repair. Obviously, this is a factor when shopping for your next restoration project. If you choose a brand that has a plentiful supply of restoration parts available and you have the equipment, you can pick something that is in rougher shape. You can rest easy knowing tha... Read More



Sheet Metal Parts Operation Example
Posted On 04/12/2019 03:25:10 by otsedtalex
Making a multibody sheet metal part is easy and useful. Some reasons you would make this type of part is if you are working with different gauges and different materials of sheet metal within the same part. Also, if the bodies are within the same part, If you change a dimension or relation of one part, everything will change accordingly. This insures that your parts fit together when you are done with your design. Here’s an example of what a multibody sheet metal part looks like. This is a rou... Read More



How To Create Sheet Metal Parts
Posted On 04/12/2019 03:01:21 by otsedtalex

As soon as you create a sheet metal model feature in your Part Studio, a tab appears on the right hand side of the graphics area. Click the tab and the flat view and bend table are shown even before you have finished creating your first feature. This allows you to check for collisions as you decide which edges to bend and is already saving you time and reducing potential errors.
You can keep the flat view and bend table open as you design. Add flanges, partial flanges, or cuts across... Read More



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