So I was told by someone at work (who's not a mechanical engineer) there's a sheet metal design technique that they typically use for the back panel of PC's, where there's the ability to tear a certain section away with hand tools like a screwdriver. Like a whole entire rectangular area that you can tear apart from the sheet metal, for instance. I assume it's done by reducing thickness and leaving an entry point for a screwdriver or something. Maybe it's not just reducing thickness but also creating punches all around the area of reduced thickness that you wanna tear away.
I'm really curious because I can't find the friggin' name of it or even if such a thing exist as a standard design technique. I really want to read up on that.
So, all I need is the name of this design technique, then I'll start doing the research of whether I should even use it for my project and how Solidworks supports it.