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Learn 3D part and assembly modeling using Autodesk Inventor Design molds for 3D printing Analyze stress, tension, and optimized dimensions for 3D printing projects. Buying options eBook EUR Softcover Book EUR Learn about institutional subscriptions. Table of contents 9 chapters Search within book Search. Front Matter Pages i-xv. Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor T.

Kishore Pages Part Modeling Basics T. Assembly Basics T. Creating Drawings T. Additional Modeling Tools T. Sheet Metal Modeling T. Once the plan is settled, then and only then do I start testing it by drafting it on a computer. I strongly believe the creative mind works better unlocking possibil. What happens, though, when the brief demands some nostalgia? For example, making an 8-bit style graphic reminiscent of the early days of video games in.

When not in the studio he is often found presenting at various events, or editing this magazine! Observe and study the behavior of fabric in real life, as there is nothing more useful than observing a real object. This can be applied to all 3D graphics in general, and indeed to all types of art. Even if you have to make the most ordinary piec. Autodesk gives a free license of 3 Years for students to practice on Autodesk Inventor and many other software.

You cannot use a student edition in manufacturing products but you can use this version to learn software. The procedure to download and install latest version of Autodesk Inventor educational version is given next.

The web page for Autodesk Inventor will be displayed; refer to Figure Click on it. You will be asked to select the version, platform and language of the software. Make sure to note down your Product Key and Serial Number on this page as they will be required while installing software. After clicking Install Now button, accept the license terms and follow the instructions as displayed.

I hope you have installed Autodesk Inventor in your system so that you can follow instructions given in this book!! There are various ways to start Autodesk Inventor but we will use the fastest method to start Autodesk Inventor here.

The applications with the name Autodesk Inventor will be displayed which is only one in our case; refer to Figure Note that if you have created a desktop icon of Autodesk Inventor then you can click on that icon to start application.

The application will start and the interface will be displayed as shown in Figure Autodesk always keeps on improving the interface of Inventor for better usability.

The interface of Autodesk Inventor is displayed as shown in Figure Various components of interface are displayed in Figure Ribbon is the area of the application window that holds all the tools for designing and editing; refer to Figure Ribbon is divided into Tabs which are further divided into Panels. Each panel is collection of tools dedicated to similar operations. The tools in these panels will be discussed in this chapter and subsequent chapters.

The options in the File menu are used to manage the overall functioning of Autodesk Inventor. Once you click on the File button at the top-left corner of the window, the File menu will be displayed as shown in Figure Like other products of Autodesk, there are many ways to create a new file. To create a new file, use the New options from the File menu or use the desired button from the New area in the My Home window; refer to Figure We will discuss the method of starting new file using Application menu here.

You will learn about the other methods later in the book. The options for creating new file will be displayed in the cascading menu; refer to Figure Now, there are five options in the New cascading menu viz. New , Assembly , Drawing , Part , and Presentation. The functions of these options are discussed next.

The New option is used to create new file by using the templates saved in the Autodesk directory. The Assembly option is used to create assembly file. On clicking the Assembly option, the Assembly environment is displayed. An assembly file contains the assembly of various parts created in Inventor. For example, you can save the assembly model of motorbike in the form of assembly file in Autodesk Inventor. You will learn more about the assembly files and Assembly environment, later in the book.

The Drawing option is used to create the 2D representation of the model created in Part or Assembly environment of Autodesk Inventor. You will learn more in the later chapters. The Part option is used to create the part file for any real-world model.

A real-world model means a model that can be manufactured. Although, you can create unreal objects in Autodesk Inventor but that is not the purpose of this Software, for creating those objects you should use animation software. The Presentation option is used to create 3D representations of the model for presentation to the client.

The Create New File dialog box will be displayed; refer to Figure If you select the English folder then the templates with English units Feet and Inches will be displayed in the right of the dialog box.

If you select the Metric folder from the left of the dialog box then the templates with Metric units Meters, Millimeters will be displayed in the right of the dialog box. Here, we will discuss the procedure to open a file by using the Open option from the File menu.

The File menu will be displayed. The Open cascading menu will be displayed; refer to Figure There are various options in Open cascading menu to open a file. The procedure of opening file by using each of the option is given next.

The Open dialog box will be displayed as shown in Figure The Open dialog box will be displayed similar to the one displayed in previous topic. So, browse to the desired AutoCAD file and click on it. The file will open in the layout mode which we will be discuss later in the book.

Just like other Autodesk products, Autodesk Inventor gives you access to the library of standard parts like, Gear, bearing, connector etc. The procedure to open parts from Content Center is given next. The Open from Content Center window will be displayed; refer to Figure In some of the cases, you will be asked to select the size of component like in Figure Vault is a network storage for Autodesk files. To use Autodesk Vault, a Vault server must be established to client users.

In our case, a server is already setup by using Autodesk Vault Server application and we are client. The steps to use Vault are discussed next. The Log In dialog box will be displayed; refer to Figure You will be logged in to the Vault. The Select File from Vault dialog box will be displayed; refer to Figure Many times, importing reduces lots of extra work of rebuilding the base sketch for Inventor models. The Import dialog box will be displayed as shown in Figure If there is any configuration saved with the file then it will appear in the Configuration drop-down.

Select the desired options and click on the Next button. Once the preview is as per your requirement, click on the Next button from the dialog box. The Import Destination Options dialog box will be displayed; refer to Figure If you need a 3D model to be imported from the AutoCAD drawing file then select this check box and specify the relevant parameters.

If you want to import the file in different unit then select the Specify Units radio button from the area and select the desired unit from the drop-down below the radio button.

The view will be placed at the center of the drawing sheet; refer to Figure Also, the tools related to drawing view will be displayed in the Ribbon. We will discuss these tools later in the book. The Open Document dialog box will be displayed as shown in Figure The Import dialog box will be displayed; refer to Figure If you select the Reference Model radio button then you cannot make changes in the model imported.

You can use it in your inventor model as referenced, make more features on it and can be used in assembly and drawing as well. On selecting the Reference Model radio button, the options related to Object filters will be displayed with Inventor Length Units drop-down. Select the check boxes for objects to be imported from the Object Filters area and select the desired unit from the Inventor Length Units drop-down.

After selecting this radio button, specify the name of converted file in the Name edit box and similarly, set the location of the new file. The Individual option is used to create individual surfaces of the model whereas selecting the Composite option will create a combined surface feature.

The options in the dialog box will be displayed as shown in Figure The objects of the selected model will be displayed refer to Figure The object will be displayed in the modeling area. Saving file is as important as planting trees in backyard!! Jokes apart, its very important to save the model created so that you can reuse it later.

There many options in Autodesk Inventor to save files. These options are discussed next. The Save option is used to save the active file.

This option is available in the Save cascading menu of the File menu. The procedure to use this option is given next. The file will be saved by specified name in the selected location. The Save All option does the same as the Save option do, but it saves all the open files. The Save As option is used to save the file with new name and at different location. The operation of this tool is same as the operation of Save option for the first time. The Save Copy As option is used to save another copy of the current file.

Note that if you select the Save Copy As option, then the file will be saved with another name but it will not open in Inventor automatically. Similarly, you can use the Save Copy As Template option from the Save As cascading menu to save the current file in template format for reuse.

The options in the Export cascading menu of File menu are used to create alien matter. I mean it. Okay, getting back to software terms, the options in the Export cascading menu are used to save the inventor files in native format of the other software like, you can save the file for Pro-E, CATIA, AutoCAD, and so on; refer to Figure The Image option in the cascading menu is used to save images of the model.

After making the model and export it to image format by using this option. Introduction to Stress Analysis Appendix Index. This document was uploaded by our user. The uploader already confirmed that they had the permission to publish it. Report DMCA. E-Book Overview Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor contains a series of sixteen tutorial style lessons designed to introduce Autodesk Inventor, solid modeling, and parametric modeling. It uses a hands-on, exercise-intensive approach to all the important parametric modeling techniques and concepts.

The lessons guide the user from constructing basic shapes to building intelligent mechanical designs, creating multi-view drawings and assembly models.