eBook: Designing for Sheet Metal Fabrication

We've compiled our best design tips into this ebook to help you understand the sheet metal fabrication process, important design considerations for optimizing your parts for manufacturing, and information about Xometry's sheet metal services.

By Serena Ngoh · October 02, 2019

Optimizing custom part designs for sheet metal fabrication requires careful consideration of various factors. These include material inputs, general tolerancing, finishes, bend dimension and radii, inserts, welding, and more. Learn about these topics and more in this ebook.

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