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Sheet Metal Rules are a series of algorithms that Autodesk Inventor uses to efficiently create 3D models. The rules help ensure that the most accurate model possible is created and can also be used to create a 3D printer.

Sheet Metal Rules (SMR) are a set of rules that can help engineers and designers create a 3D CAD model for a sheet metal part. The SMR can also calculate and list all the dimensions for the sheet metal part. These rules are available in Autodesk Inventor and other software such as Pro/Engineer and SolidWorks.

Sheet metal rules are a set of instructions that help designers create and design sheet metal parts in Autodesk Inventor software. They can help streamline the process of sheet metal design.

Sheet metal rules are used to help create and draft the design of sheet metal parts. There are a wide variety of different types of sheet metal rules available in Autodesk Inventor. These include straight, curved, and round lines as well as basic and complex bends.

Sheet metal rules help users create accurate 3D models of their objects. Inventor's sheet metal rules offer users the ability to create models with accurate dimensions and proportions.

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