Later this week I'm making a presentation at CU as a guest lecturer. The students are in their 5th week of a summer class on SolidWorks.
I'm to introduce them to the "applied" use of SolidWorks' sheet metal functionality.
As a theme, we are going to model "A" frame members of a suspension system. We'll model the part twice - once using legacy sheet metal tools and then again using convert-to-sheetmetal.
Attached is the hands-on session handout. I'm going to lecture for 30-45 minutes and then we adjourn to the lab for 60-75 minutes.