I was watching Batman Forever the other day, which is not the worst Batman movie of the bunch, but is still a horrible movie. I really liked Val Kilmer as Batman, and loved what Jim Carey did with the Riddler, it’s too bad the story sucked. Even though its a bad movie, it does have a few good moments. My favorite part is when Batman and Robin land on the island to catch the bad guys and this happens

Robin: Holey rusted metal, Batman!

Batman: Huh?

Robin: The ground, it’s all metal. It’s full of holes. You know, holey.

Batman: Oh.

Batman & Robin

photo credit: WonderCon 2015 – Batman and Robin via photopin (license)

Pure entertainment gold! It is funny and a tribute to the still-to-this-day-awesome 60’s Batman TV show.

So where am I going with this? That line got me thinking about Inventor Sheet Metal and a great area to have a series of posts! [I know… Batman to Inventor to Sheetmetal is a bit of a random thought process, but you can’t question things when opportunity arises!]

Riddle me this, riddle me that, who’s afraid of the big, grey, sheet metal environment?

In this series

  1. Faces and Bends
  2. Styles
  3. Flanges
  4. Hems
  5. Corner Seams
  6. Contour Flanges
  7. Rounds, Chamfers, and Cuts
  8. Converting to Sheet Metal
  9. Lofted Flanges
  10. Contour Rolls
  11. Folds
  12. Unfold and Refolds
  13. Flat Patterns
  14. Drawings

Feature Image Cutting-Edge Tech by JD Hancock