Do you have any experience with software? Do you find it more convenient when working with SM.
I have never used it but by reading about it, it appears they're catering to building/construction type sheet metal.
This may mean they have made it easier to generate these items, such as a duct or a duct elbow, by inputting size parameters and generating the flat pattern with a click.
This would make since for this field as it's generally the same pieces but of varying sizes so having a program that does canned routines would be a benefit over SW.
But whether it can do a generally sheet metal project, such as an industrial product, whether at all or better than SW, that I don't know.
The page above (for the North American region) has a link for a free trial. Perhaps the page for your locale offers the same.
Their headquarters is about 40 miles east of me.
I couldn't find out whether it is a state-of-the-art technology or existing for a longer time.
I downloaded and scanned their data sheet PDF (attached) and it does look like it's geared toward HVAC/AEC sheet metal.
There's a duct branch elbow logo on it that's not shown in your OP image.
The data sheet doesn't give much history and the data sheet's copyright is 2017.
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