Jul 28, 2017 · See how KETIV's Javier Chavez uses Inventor to create, modify, and document sheet metal parts and assemblies. Topics include: Using the Bend Feature Making Cuts in Parts Creating and Editing Flat ... Hi, I usually use an ilogic rule similar to the example below. I use ilogic because it is easier for me to reference this sheet metal document. For example I have an assembly, and I want to create a rule in each metal sheet file linked, this rule I want to be automatically updated before changes in geometry.

Edit Corners in Sheet Metal Features . The Corner Edit dialog box lets you can specify an overlap type, overlap gap, relief type, and relief size that differ from your sheet metal style or from the default value specified in the active sheet metal style. Click the Corner Edit glyph for your selected corner. Feb 01, 2018 · I'm doing sheet metal parts in SolidWorks 2016. If I create a new sheet metal part, I get what I assume is the standard list of properties. But I've got sheet metal part files that were created in older versions of SolidWorks. They were last saved in 2013, but they may have been originally created in a version older than that. The rule of thumb I was taught for Inventor was if you could bend the part in a sheet metal brake, Inventor could unfold it. Formed parts with a lot of deformation, or flanges around bends, aren't going to unfold in Fusion 360.