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Monthly Archives: December 2011
In this tutorial we explore process of drawing a simple assembly. The skills you learn are: Creating basic drawings Placing views Cutting sections Using model dimensions Adding drawing dimensions Creating a parts list Adding balloons To start the tutorial, first … Read more
Now that we’ve explored the basics of creating parts from sketches and additional operations, we’ll now look at some of the functions used to create assemblies in Inventor. To get started with creating our assembly, you’ll first need to download … Read more
To start creating a part file, we’ll click on the New button, and locate a predefined template file from the Metric folder. We’ll scroll down and select Standard (mm).ipt from the list. Once our template file has loaded, you’ll notice … Read more
Filetypes Autodesk Inventor uses a number of file types and is compatible with many other programs, especially within the Autodesk product line. Although Inventor is used very widely for manufacturing and can export and read different file types, we’ll take … Read more
The first step in getting to know Autodesk Inventor 2012 Professional is attaining a comfort level with the Inventor Interface. Below is an image mapping out the various aspects of this interface, followed by some descriptions.
To complete our vestibule and give it some more daylight, we’ve added a nice arched opening in the front, and we’ve brought the Top Constraint of our side walls down. What we’re going to do to enclose our vestibule is … Read more