Source: Autodesk Inventor You can import points from a Microsoft® Excel spreadsheet into a 2D sketch, 3D sketch, or drawing sketch. You can use the points to represent items such as inspection points, locations for […]
In this tutorial, you will learn how to export your geometry from Autodesk Inventor and import it to ANSYS exactly to SPACECLAIM and DESIGN MODELER, ANSYS has by default Design Modeler (DM) but if you want […]
With the tools we have learned so far (extrude, chamfer, constraints), we will create our first design, a basic bearing, if you want to download the drawing in the link that appears. Soon more tutorials Download […]
These are two of the most used tools when modeling a geometry in autodesk inventor, in next tutorials we will use them.
Source: knowledge.autodesk Loft features blend multiple profiles, called sections, and transition them into smooth shapes between profiles or part faces. The sections can be curves in 2D sketches or 3D sketches, model edges, or face […]
Source: knowledge.autodesk The Sweep tool is used to create solid/surface feature by sweeping closed loop sketch along the selected trajectory. This tool is generally used when we need to create tubes/bars following a curvature. The […]
Source: knowledge.autodesk Revolve creates a feature or new solid body by rotating one or more sketched profiles around an axis. The first feature is the base feature. If you create an assembly feature, only the […]
Source: knowledge.autodesk There are two ways to create extruded features, from a sketch profile or from a primitive. When you create extrusions from a sketch profile, the extruded result that you specify, such as a […]