Visit the SPI stand in exhibition hall 1, booth 1005 for live demonstrations and personal discussions on the topics of “continuous process chain, manufacturing-ready sheet metal unfolding, cost calculation alongside design” and more.
In response to customer wishes, CAD Viewer 2021 has been expanded to include functions that facilitate communication between design and production. It is now possible to apply both text and barcode to the sheet metal part.
The 2021 release includes significant improvements to SheetMetalWorks’ multibody capabilities as well as other improvements. Extend your installation with two new modules!
Our CAD team is excited to present SPI SheetMetal Inventor 2021. The newest version of our sheet metal add-in for Autodesk Inventor introduces some valuable new features as well as quite a few improvements. Here’s what you need to know.
The global pandemic has brought about many changes for all of us. Therefore, working together to find forward-looking solutions is particularly important. We listen to your inquiries and have adapted our offers accordingly.
We are pleased to introduce SPI SheetMetalWorks 2020 with valuable new features and improvements. These are the enhancements that you can look forward to when upgrading to the newest version.
The 14th Blechexpo in Stuttgart, Germany will focus on outstanding process competence for the processing of sheet metal, pipe, and profiles from the 5th through the 8th of November 2019. We look forward to your visit!
One of the most effective ways of linking CAD and fabrication is by making sure that your flat patterns contain all the necessary manufacturing information. See how easily it is achieved with the help of SPI Sheet Metal Solutions!
With non-native data, you can never know about the quality of the data you receive. While some errors are easy to spot, others may not be immediately visible. The SPI software will help you to create a correct flat pattern nevertheless.
If you design sheet metal for bending, you know how important it is to add bend reliefs that are suited for the material thickness as well as for the bend radius. See how easy it is with SPI SheetMetal Solutions!
Unfolding a single sheet metal part is easily done. But what if you have designed an assembly? This video shows you how simple it is to assign material data and other settings to all sheet metal parts and unfold them with a single click.
At the Blechexpo trade fair in Stuttgart, SPI will present software solutions for sheet metal workers who want to streamline their internal processes and produce even small batch sizes more efficiently.
Watch part two of the video series to learn more about our data output formats for CAM and CNC programming. Alongside the DXF file format, we also offer GEO for TRUMPF, XML for WiCAM, and more.
We are launching a brand new video series that will show you some of the ways our sheet metal software can save you time and effort in designing, unfolding, and manufacturing sheet metal parts.
Our CAD development team has been working hard to bring you SheetMetal Inventor 2020 – a release packed with new features and improvements that will help you streamline your design and manufacturing process.
The most recent version of SheetMetalWorks for Solidworks brings you useful new features like defining machine-dependent unfold parameters, improved STEP output, and more.
The main focus of the EuroBLECH 2018 will be digitalisation in the sheet metal working industry. We are looking forward to presenting you our software solutions for digitizing your sheet metal process chain.
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