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Autodesk INVENTOR - Exercise - 2D into 3D Modeling

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In this guide are displayed ADESK INVENTOR steps modeling based on technical drawings 2D into 3D modeling. The 2D drawing is cover pump. Example of exercise/Part Design training. Basic features: Boss-Extrude, Shell, Mirror, Hole, Hole with thread, Circular Pattern, Rectangular Pattern, Fillet. Basic entities of the sketches: Line, Circle, Rectangle Fillet. Reference elements: Offset plane.
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Constant sweep cut

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What is the difficulty?
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Autodesk Inventor - How to cut Irregular Helical Groove

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See tutorial below
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How to loft cut the area between two sketches to the area between another two sketches

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I found the easiest way to do this was to use the revolve cut feature rather than the loft cut. Here is video to show you what I did and some screen shots.
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How to make tangent cuts to a curved solid

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Hi ! If only rendering is necessary , basic SW material such as perforated rubber can make the job. Arrange color, resize map scale and it will be done.
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How to make tangent cuts to a curved solid

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easy :) ask questions where stuck.
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Lofted cut Error Two bodies created

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here I use a revolved cut feature
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Tutorial: How to model Profile CUT in PTC Creo Parametric and show design intent

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Solidify Feature - easy cut for solid object
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Cutting holes in an assembly - not appearing in the part files?

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Have a look on this video, it is very fast made and without sound, but i think this is what you looking for. If yes let me know and i make a complex one vith audio.
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Tutorial - How to use the Revolved Cut in SolidWorks

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In some cases, it's better to use the revolve cut feature instead of a normal revolve, because in the real manufacturing process, you will start with a body of material and cut your product from it. You cant revolve a wheel in real life!
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Tutorial - Modeling square cut nut in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial. Part-2
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Tutorial - Modeling Square cut bolt in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial.
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Tutorial how to cut body with surface in SW

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Tutorial: How to cut bodies with surface
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Tutorial: How to make a collet chuck?

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Tutorial: How to make a collet chuck?
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Tutorial - Using surface cut feature for bossing text in SolidWorks?

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Here is the Tutorial.
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Tutorial - Boundary cut feature in SolidWorks?

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Here is the Tutorial.
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Tutorial - Using cut with surface feature in SolidWorks?

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Here is the tutorial.
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How to create a simple macro in SolidWorks?

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Ok, here it is. The Macro is attached. The screenshot of the macro is also attached. This macro creates a plane, draws a rectangle and extrudes it, every time in the same position irrespective of any other already presented features etc. There are comments for each operation, so It should be pretty clear now. Couple of main points: 1) Every time you create the sketch you have to assign it as an object to a new variable of type Object (in our case it is Sketch_Hardi) before(!) closing it. This way you will have all sketch names organized, and you will always select the right one. 2) Every new feature you create (Plane, Extrude, etc) with new variable of type Object as well. This gives you the same control of selection only the right features as you want them (By referring to it's name). Like in our case it is Hardi_Plane.Name and Hardi_Extrude.Name 3) If you have a lot of features, just use arrays of type Object (if you need help with arrays, loops etc, let me know) 4) We have a proper Object-Oriented code, so think in classes, methods, and instances. Again, need help, just point to the part that you do not understand and I'll explain it to you on a basic level. Hope this helps, enjoy