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DesignSpark Mechanical: It's Not Your Grandmother's MCAD!

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Archicgi   2/6/2016 4:55:13 AM
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Re: Sheet metal?
Aeroengineer   9/21/2013 11:34:37 AM
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AD,


I have not been able to play with anything on the sheetmetal side of things.  I know that it would not be difficult to model up a sheetmetal design, though I am not sure if it has the built in ability to unfold it.  I will go play later this week and let you know.

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Sheet metal?
antedeluvian   9/21/2013 7:57:47 AM
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How does DesignSpark Mechanical rate with sheet metal designs?

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