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  1. Good Day AllI've turned to forum advice and I really hope someone can help me.I have to create 13 wall panels that will be laser cut. The panel drawings were done in Inventor and I'm editing the flat pattern in AutoCAD. If you look at the attached images of one of these panels you will get the idea, each panel cut-out "pattern" must be randomly generated and I was hoping someone could give me some advice as doing this manually, by hand, is insane and after all we work on machines and machines can automate right!? I am also attaching a flat pattern of one of the panels (they all have different
  2. mattador04

    sheet metal loft

    In Inventor, I wish to model a piece of metal. I wish to create a loft between two (2) sketches, and then unfold the item. I am having trouble and I need some assistance. Even though my sketch geometry had correct material thickness and bend radius, consistent with the sheet metal rule, the part won't unfold to flat pattern. Why?? -MR
  3. I have shared a Dynamic Block and you can download through the link below and also can watch video that demonstrate it how to use 2D dynamic block to develop a flat pattern of a cone that has been oblique Section. I hope you will subscribe and Like my video/channel. Thanks Download Dynamic Block of Cone Development
  4. I am having trouble making a flat pattern from a sheet metal part. I can make a flat pattern from portions of the part, but not the entire thing. Is multiple bends in different directions too much for Inventor to handle or am I doing something wrong? Thanks for the help!
  5. Hi, This should (on the face of it, parden the pun) be an easy task. I created a lofted surface over 3 scketched lines. The result is a niceCAD Tutor.zip curved surface. I then thinkened the surface and converted to Sheet metal. At this point I expected to just set the sheet metal defaults to the same 6mm as my thickened surface, and create a flat pattern. But Inventor seems to not find a bend and errors!! So I try Unfold, no joy....Any one got a solution, please? .ipt attached Many thanks, Jon
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