SOLIDGUN, which automatically exports sheet metals to flatten state; finds all sheet metals in assemblies and converts them to DXF / DWG format.
- Automatic dimensioning
- Merged DXF/DWG
- Managing all entities to export
- Automatic Marking and Annotating
- Adding multiple files in one process
- Selecting the configuration
Each sheet metal in assemblies is immediately found, including multiple bodies, separating each bodies and controlling manufacturing compliance. Thousands of sheet metal flat patterns are exported, sorted according to material and thickness and saved in the desired format. Extra output features like merged DXF/DWG, which all the sheets contain together, save you from time-consuming operations.
SOLIDGUN performs all the calculations for sheet metal flattening details with high precision, from the automatic dimensioning to the cut-out count, before and after processing. It gives you exact results about cost and time before ordering and manufacturing.
SOLIDGUN, a user-friendly software that you can run in just 3 steps, provides convenient usage with the ability to add multiple files and select configurations. Keeps your last settings in memory. The next time you run it, you just add the file and you get the result you want.
Frequently Asked Questions
+ Is SOLIDGUN compatible with the latest version of SOLIDWORKS? - SOLIDGUN is 100% compatible with all versions of SOLIDWORKS 2013 and later.
+ Do the parts need to be drawn in the "sheet module" in order to be processed by SOLIDGUN? - In order to calculate the properties of the sheet and check its suitability for manufacturing by SOLIDGUN, the sheets should be drawn in the "sheet module", not on the solid.
+ Can the angles of mirrored sheets be removed? - When the mirroring process is done with the properties of the sheet, all the mirrored sheets are processed.
+ Which files does SOLIDGUN process? - All parts and assemblies containing sheet metal are processed after drawing in SOLIDWORKS.
+ Are sheets transformed from solid processed? - Sheets transformed from solid to sheet metal are processed by SOLIDGUN as they gain the feature of sheet metal.
+ Are DXF / DWG files prepared collectively? - The unfolding of all sheets is recorded individually and also collectively in DXF / DWG formats.
+ Does SOLIDGUN report? - SOLIDGUN reports in excel format containing the detail properties and real images of all sheets, and has the ability to customize the report.