Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor 2013

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SDC Publications, 2012 - Computers - 600 pages
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 Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor 2013 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 import 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. Other featured topics include sheet metal design, motion analysis, 2D design reuse, collision and contact, stress analysis and the Autodesk Inventor 2013 Certified Associate Examination.

 

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Contents

Sketch plane It is an XY Monitor but an XYZ World
2-7
Geometric Constraint Symbols 211
2-37
Chapter 3
3-1
Starting Autodesk Inventor
3-7
Repositioning Dimensions 313
3-13
Create a CUT Feature 322
3-25
Exercises 331
3-31
Chapter 5
5-1
Complete the Drawing Sheet 931
9-31
Chapter 11
11-1
Create the 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 116
11-9
Create an Extruded Feature 1116
11-16
Create a Rectangular Pattern 1124
11-24
Complete the Swept Feature 1130
11-30
Chapter 12
12-1
Using the Flange Command 1215
12-15

Applying GeometricDimensional Constraints
5-7
Using the Auto Dimension Command 513
5-13
Dimensional Values and Dimensional Variables 520
5-20
Questions 529
5-29
Introduction
6-3
Modeling Strategy
6-4
Add Additional Constraints 610
6-10
Chapter 7
7-1
Create the 2D Sketch of the Base Feature
7-7
The Implied ParentChild Relationships 713
7-13
Examine the ParentChild Relationships 720
7-20
Suppress the Rect_Cut Feature 726
7-26
Questions 732
7-32
Starting Autodesk Inventor
8-4
Delete Activate and Edit Drawing Sheets 810
8-10
Adjust the View Scale 813
8-13
3D Annotations in Isometric Views 827
8-27
Work Features
9-3
Create another Cut Feature Using the Work Plane 916
9-16
Questions 1234
12-34
Placing the First Component 139
13-9
Assemble the CapScrews 1322
13-22
Questions 1342
13-42
Chapter 14
14-3
Apply the Assembly Constraints 149
14-9
Make a Copy of the PIN Part 1415
14-15
Add an Angle Constraint to Fully Constrain the Assembly 1421
14-21
3D Grip Editing the CSSlider Part 1427
14-27
Chapter 15
15-3
2D Design Reuse 159
15-10
Create the First Solid Feature 1516
15-16
Circular Pattern 1518
15-18
Use the Inventor Contact Solver 1531
15-31
Finite Element Analysis Procedure 166
16-6
Refinement of the FEA Mesh Local Element Size 1620
16-20
Exercises 1133
16-28
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