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!
Robin: The ground, it’s all metal. It’s full of holes. You know, holey.
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
- Faces and Bends
- Corner Seams
- Contour Flanges
- Rounds, Chamfers, and Cuts
- Converting to Sheet Metal
- Lofted Flanges
- Contour Rolls
- Unfold and Refolds
- Flat Patterns
Feature Image Cutting-Edge Tech by JD Hancock