no way man.
sheetmetal doesn't do twists.
I can create this feature in Pro/Engineer, and have done so in the past. Here is an example of twist using sheet metal in Pro-E
As far as SolidWorks is concerned, I do not know if SW has this capability yet. If not, then this would be a good time to make an enhancement request.
If you need this part modeled, and cannot accomplish it in SW, I maybe able to help using Pro-E.
To Create a Twist Wall (Pro-E help menu)
Click Insert > Sheetmetal Wall > Twist. The TWIST dialog box opens and the FEATURE REFS menu appears.
Select the attachment edge for the twist wall. The TWIST AXIS PNT and FEATURE REFS menus appear.
Select a datum point on the attachment edge to locate the twist axis, which is the centerline of the twist wall. It is perpendicular to the start edge and coplanar with the existing wall:
Select Point—Choose an existing datum point.
Use Middle—Create a new datum point at the midpoint of the attachment edge.
Note: If you intend to roll the material in a spiral, be conscious of the material length. Otherwise, your roll bend will fail if the material bends through itself.
Yes, after studying further, I found the flex tool also, but you are correct, it will not function correctly with sheet metal.
I have not found a way to document nor display a twist correctly in a flat pattern regarding sheet metal.
I believe it is simply a deforming tool for a final or end result to something like when a part gets deformed by the process of assembly.
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