Tutorials

New approach in designing and modelling an Oil pump using Inventor 2016

63 10 Intermediate
Step by step tutorial videos, showing the easy way of modelling an Oil pump using Inventor 2016, how to create the parts, assemble them and drive gears, new approach make use of most Inventor specs, design center with some new tips & tricks ...

LEGO - 01 Basic Dimensions & Bricks Explained

51 6 Intermediate
I get a lot of questions about how I create LEGO parts. This is Part I - The Basics. Most "standard" parts can be created using only simple math. Standard parts consist of square, circular, and angled blocks - regular geometric blocks. I will refer to BrickLink (www.bricklink.com/), but many others use similar methods: Peeron: http://www.peeron.com/ BrickOwl: http://www.brickowl.com/ Brickipedia: http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/LEGO_Wiki etc.

How to model a Centrifugal Pump Body (Spiral construction) using Inventor 2014?

51 17 Intermediate
We have to abide by all the conditions from the technical drawing Note: You can watch my live tutorial for modeling this part here: https://youtu.be/yxEAv2p31zw

How do I scale a model in Inventor?

44 13 Beginner
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Cap screws and machine screws

35 11 Intermediate
Cap screws and machine screws are similar in shape, differing only in their relative sizes. Machine screws are usually smaller in size, compared to cap screws. These are used for fastening two parts, one with clearance hole and the other with tapped hole. The clearance of the unthreaded hole need not be shown on the drawing as its presence is obvious. Figure 5.24 shows different types of cap and machine screws, with proportions marked Cap screws are produced in finish form and are used on machines where accuracy and appearance are important. As cap screws are inferior to studs, they are used only on machines requiring few adjustments and are not suitable where frequent removal is necessary. These are produced in different diameters, upto a maximum of 100 mm and lengths 250 mm. Machine screws are produced with a naturally bright finish and are not heat treated. They are particularly adopted for screwing into thin materials and the smaller ones are threaded throughout the length. They are used in fire-arms, jigs, fixture and dies. They are produced in different diameters upto a maximum of 20 mm and lengths upto 50 mm.

LEGO - 02 Building Bricks with Parameters

26 5 Intermediate
I don't get asked this but it is a very powerful tool and will make your life a lot easier. This also applies to other repetitive parts, not just LEGO bricks, and can be applied with the exact same methods.

Tutorial: How to make energy chain and animate that by parameter

25 3 Beginner
Step by step

[VIDEO] Bending Plate Animation Inventor 2020 Tutorial

23 0 Intermediate
This tutorial will show how to create a bending process of a plate in animation, hope this video will give you clear explanation. please leave comment below

Inventor 2019 Crash Course for Complete Beginner

23 6 Beginner
Still spending so much time, struggling with learning Inventor on your own? You can stop now! Get a detailed explanation of every single tool. This is the first of a series, and I'll like you to check below to know what to expect in this volume. In this Tutorial, I shall introduce briefly the Inventor 2019 interface, demonstrate how to access the inventor self-help learners path, demonstrate the way to set up the software with your desired Unit style, and then put in my best to handle every single sketch tool in detail.

Modelling of Impeller

22 4 Beginner
Modelling of Impeller

How to model a Control lever shaft using Inventor 2014?

20 4 Intermediate
If you are really interested in modeling with Inventor (2014), try to apply every step with respect to their order and watch how you reach the model. You can watch the live modeling of this part with Inventor 2021 by using this link: https://youtu.be/gOkTy_oJdH0 Enjoy!

How to create a Square to Round (Autodesk Inventor)

15 5 Beginner
This tutorial will run you through the process to create a sheet metal square to round from start to finish. Including flat pattern.

LEGO - 03 Using Data from LDraw

15 0 Intermediate
Sometimes LEGO bricks don't fall into the regular 0.8/1.6mm rule. This will explain how to get "lumpy" 3D surface data from LDraw DAT files and use them to create your own intelligent parts. *I use the AutoDesk Inventor Pro suite, which includes Inventor Pro and 3D Studio Max. I will discuss using certain file formats, but you need to determine what your software will import/export. *I've been told that IV 2017+ will let you measure the LDraw data directly in Inventor, removing the whole 3DMax conversions steps.

'Tutorial: How to create adaptive springs in Autodesk Inventor'

13 0 Beginner
http://grabcad.com/library/autodesk-inventor-adaptive-spring-tutorial-1

Creating a pipe that bends in multiple directions at once in Autodesk Inventor

12 0 Intermediate
Creating a pipe that bends in multiple directions, with the use of 3D sketch