What it can do...                      A Picture is worth a Thousand Words..An Introduction                  This is what ...
Everything Starts with a                                            Sketch…                           • Create a Line sket...
Method of Precise Input…                  How to look at 3D objects• For any Useful Engineering Modeling  Dimensions are v...
Let there be Lines…             Our First 3D Model…The Process of Extrusion…                 Revolution                   ...
Another Object ..              The result of One RevolutionThis is what we Start with                    Work Planes      ...
Editing Sketches   Some Other Modeling Tools• Extend                        • Fillet• Trim                                ...
Special Volume Generation tools   Lofting Operation• Sweep Function• Loft Features• Creating Coils• Making Screw Threads  ...
TutorialCoil Generation   Tutorial                             8
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  1. 1. What it can do... A Picture is worth a Thousand Words..An Introduction This is what we are going to do … to • Learn the Basics of 3D Modeling • Know all the Tools in Drawing Mode. • Create Models of simple Objects • Create Models from Sheet Metals • Assemble the simple objects to make Complex Assemblies • Overview of Simulation Capability of Inventor 1
  2. 2. Everything Starts with a Sketch… • Create a Line sketch to start the modeling. • Develop the 3D version of the features from the sketches. • Keep on adding features to the Model to make it complicated.Lets Know the Software Basic Drawing Tools… • Line• The Basic 3D Module 1. 2 point Lines • Rectangle 1. 2 Point 2. Splines 2. 3 Point• The Sheet Metal Module • Circles • Fillet / Champer 1. Centre Point 2. Tangent Circle 3. Ellipse• The Welding Module • Arc • Polygons…. 1. Three Point 1. 5 side• The Assembly Module 2. Tangent 2. 6 side 3. Centre Point 2
  3. 3. Method of Precise Input… How to look at 3D objects• For any Useful Engineering Modeling Dimensions are very Important. • View Points• Allows input co-ordinates to have • Pan precise values. • Various Zoom Settings Learning About Different Display Tool • Zoom All • Zoom Window • Zoom • Pan • Zoom Selected 3
  4. 4. Let there be Lines… Our First 3D Model…The Process of Extrusion… Revolution 3D features can be obtained when a shape in 2D is rotated as it is about a fixed straight line. 4
  5. 5. Another Object .. The result of One RevolutionThis is what we Start with Work Planes • 3 Point form • Double - Line form • Line – Point form • Plane Distance form • Line - Plane form • Line – Tangent form • Etc… Work Axes 5
  6. 6. Editing Sketches Some Other Modeling Tools• Extend • Fillet• Trim • Chamfer• Move• Rotate • Face Draft• Mirror• Form Pattern Continued… • Mirroring Features • Creating Rectangular and Circular Patterns • Emboss and Engraved Features • Drilling Holes. 6
  7. 7. Special Volume Generation tools Lofting Operation• Sweep Function• Loft Features• Creating Coils• Making Screw Threads The Sweep Function 7
  8. 8. TutorialCoil Generation Tutorial 8
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