TriMech Tips & Tricks: SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Tools

Article by Rod Mackay updated May 26, 2022


Whether you’ve never used SOLIDWORKS sheet metal tools or if you’re a Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional sheet metal user, this on-demand webinar is for you.

We cover some useful tips for best practices and tricks to save you time in your day-to-day work and can save you the time of looking through article after article for the top tips and tricks to use when working with sheet metal in SOLIDWORKS.

Included in the SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Tools On-demand Webinar

Watch the on-demand webinar as TriMech Solution Consultant, Ray Morrogh, demonstrates best practices for adding different types of flanges, tips for converting parts to sheet metal, more advanced techniques for feature creation, and advice for manipulating and working with the flat pattern. The presentation will last approximately 30 minutes and will benefit users of all experience levels by demonstrating how to use sheet metal tools in SOLIDWORKS efficiently and effectively.

  • Adding flanges to non-linear edges
  • Sheet metal sketch tips
  • Tips for converting parts to sheet metal
  • Working with multi-body sheet metal parts
  • How to work with the flat pattern

This TriMech Solution Webinar is presented by Ray Morrogh, Solutions Consultant

Ray has been using SOLIDWORKS since his graduation from Virginia Tech in 2018, where he studied Mechanical Engineering with minors in Physics and Industrial Design. A recent addition to the TriMech team, he previously worked in consumer packaged goods and product development, creating everything from power tools to footwear to kitchen products. He has a passion for great design and loves seeing how people use SOLIDWORKS to bring their visions to life.

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Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.