Sheet Metal Tooled Features Available for Download as 3D Creo files
Nashua, NH, March 12, 2012: Rapid Sheet Metal Inc, specializing in the rapid turnaround of sheet metal prototypes, is excited to announce the release of their online PTC Creo 3D tooling library of features such as embosses and louvers. PTC Creo users can now download a Creo model of their specific tooled feature and immediately integrate it into the design they are creating on their desktop. Recognizing many mechanical engineers don’t have the time to design their own basic features for sheet metal parts, Rapid Sheet Metal is providing tooling designs to ease the pain.
“By making use of Rapid’s library of sheet metal tooled features, PTC users will be able to save time and potentially money in both the design and fabrication processes.” said James Jacobs, President of Rapid Sheet Metal. “Creo users will be able to literally use native PTC Creo features in the Rapid Tooling Library into their designs. By integrating these features into their design, the user will be confident that Rapid already has the in-house tooling for fabrication and that additional time and expense will not be required to obtain specialized tooling.”
Rapid Sheet Metal is consistently adding new tooling downloads to their library, most recently a series of embossments and louvers. The Rapid Sheet Metal Tooling library can be accessed at www.rapidsheetmetal.com/tooling.
About Rapid Sheet Metal Inc
Rapid Sheet Metal Inc focuses strictly on providing sheet metal prototypes and time sensitive short run fabrications to new product developers and engineers. Typical quote response time is well under 24 hours and most parts are shipped in one to two weeks. A 48-hour fast expedite prototype sheet metal service is also available. Parts such as brackets, racks, housings, and enclosures are fabricated to customer data from SolidWorks, Pro/E, SpaceClaim , Inventor, KeyCreator and other 3D CAD data sources from stainless steel, cold rolled steel and aluminum materials. Rapid Sheet Metal Inc’s sister company, Rapid Machining, focuses on quick turn CNC machined and turned prototype parts.