Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Shear, part of Sheet Metal Design with SOLIDWORKS.
(SOUND). So, we're standing in front of a…mechanical shearer. This is basically a large paper cutter for…sheet metal material. This can cut 10 foot across by about 48…inches deep. I'm going to bring this material in, slide…it up against the back gauge. Now, I can adjust the back gauge and the,…the length of my cut here by moving this either forward or backwards, and then…inching out to size. When I'm ready, I'm going to slide the…material in, step on the pedal (SOUND), and shear the material.…On the back of the machine, you can see the material gets sheared off, slides down…a little ramp, and into a bin. From the side, we see we slide it up…against the back edge, and then shear off the material.…
My final piece, cut to size, and ready to go.…
- Understanding sheet metal fundamentals
- Creating base features
- Creating flanges and tabs
- Making hems and corner features
- Unfolding and folding parts
- Adding cuts across bends
- Adding welded corners
- Using the Forming tools
- Importing geometry
- Using the Convert to Sheet Metal command
- Making sheet metal drawings
- Exporting DWG and DXF files for laser cutting
- Building an assembly
- Creating parts in an assembly
- Creating flat patterns
- Using in-context design techniques
- Exporting parts
Skill Level Intermediate
Up and Running with eDrawingswith Gabriel Corbett1h 14m Beginner
1. Interface and Sheet Metal Basics
2. Sheet Metal Flanges
3. Sheet Metal Cuts and Corners
4. Converting to Sheet Metal
5. Multibody Parts
6. Forming Tools
7. Sheet Metal Assemblies
8. Sheet Metal Drawings
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