How to cut holes throughout the curved surface of a cylinder in Inventor

Dear,

I find this answer for Solidworks, but i need how to do this in Inventor. I need to drill a hole in the side of the cylinder. I upload photo what i need.

Thank you in advance,
Best Regards

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It is necessary to construct a supporting plane such as a tangent parallel to the surface and any available plane. Built a sketch of the hole. Further squeezing operation by a predetermined distance. In the future, you can hide the reference plane.
There are other ways, but it's hard.
Menu for plane is on the tab "3D model."

 
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Dear, Eugeny Krauklis

Thank you for your reply. I seen your photo, and i seen this on inventor's tutorial, but i don't understand how to create that parallel tangent plane to the surface. Can you explain me how to do that?

Thank you in advance.

Best Regards

 
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In an attachment algorithm. I have a Russian interface, - I hope the picture will help to understand.

 
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I did it, I need more exercises, but i know now how to do that.

Thank you Eugeny Krauklis :)

 
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Make a plane that stretches the side you want to cut through. Start a sketch on this plane make the circle and use the extrude tool to cut through.

 
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On the left of your screen,
Select the little (+) on the left of "Origin". Move you mouse pointer above the XY, XZ or YZ planes and click on the one perpendicular to the direction onto which you want the holes.
Then, go to the middle top of you screen and select create offset to plane and type in the distance you want.
Now you just select "Start 2D sketch" and draw the holes!

 
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