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1 Autodesk Inventor for Designers Release 5 Sham Tick ickoo oo Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology Purdue University Calumet Hammond, Indiana U.S.A. CADCIM Technologies ( U.S.A. Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

2 CADCIM Technologies Autodesk Inventor for Designers: Release 5 Sham Tickoo Published by CADCIM Technologies, 525 St Andrews Drive, Schererville, IN USA. Copyright CADCIM Technologies. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in the database or retrieval system without the prior permission of CADCIM Technologies. ISBN Cover designer: CADCIM Technologies Copy editor: Vivek Kumar Cover illustration: Created by Deepak Maini and Puja Bahl Manchanda using Inventor and MAX software Technical editors: Deepak Maini, Abhinav Rai, Gurpreet Singh Typeface: 10/12 New Baskerville Bt NOTICE TO THE READER Publisher does not warrant or guarantee any of the products described in the text or perform any independent analysis in connection with any of the product information contained in the text. Publisher does not assume, and expressly disclaims, any obligation to obtain and include information other than that provided to it by the manufacturer. The reader is expressly warned to consider and adopt all safety precautions that might be indicated by the activities herein and to avoid all potential hazards. By following the instructions contained herein, the reader willingly assumes all risks in connection with such instructions. The Publisher makes no representation or warranties of any kind, including but not limited to, the warranties of fitness for particular purpose or merchantability, nor are any such representations implied with respect to the material set forth herein, and the publisher takes no responsibility with respect to such material. The publisher shall not be liable for any special, consequential, or exemplary damages resulting, in whole or part, from the reader s use of, or reliance upon, this material.

3 DEDICATION To teachers, who make it possible to disseminate knowledge to enlighten the young and curious minds of our future generations To students, who are dedicated to learning new technologies and making the world a better place to live Thanks To the faculty and students of the MET department of Purdue University Calumet for their cooperation To Deepak Maini, Senior CADD Engineer, CADCIM Technologies for his valuable help Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

4 Teaching Aids for Faculty The following teaching aids are available to faculty: 1. All Part files (.ipt), Assembly files (.iam), Presentation files (.ipn), and Drawing files (.idw) used for tutorials and exercises in this book. 2. PowerPoint presentations for every chapter of the book. 3. Instructor s Guide with answers to review questions and solution to exercises. 4. Course outlines 5. Students projects 6. Free online technical support by contacting To access the web site that contains these teaching aids, please contact the author, Prof. Sham Tickoo, at the following address: or Engineering Services Offered by CADCIM Technologies The following are the services offered by CADCIM Technologies: Solid Modeling, MAX/VIZ CADCIM Technologies specializes and undertakes the following solid modeling related projects: Conversion of 2D drawings to 3D solid/surface models using Mechanical desktop (MDT), Autodesk Inventor, Pro/ENGINEER, I-DEAS, CATIA, SolidWorks, and AutoCAD. Conversion of 3D models to 2D drawings. Generation of assembly models. Animation and rendering using 3D Studio VIZ/MAX. Animation of assemblies using Inventor and SolidWorks. Training and Technical Documentation CADCIM Technologies offer training on the following software packages: AutoCAD, Mechanical Desktop (MDT), Autodesk Inventor, Pro/ENGINEER, and SolidWorks CADCIM Technologies also offers services in developing technical documents, study/training materials, and brochures. For more information, please visit

5 Table of Contents Dedication iii Preface xiii Introduction xv Chapter 1: Drawing Sketches for the Solid Models The Sketching Environment 1-2 Opening a New File 1-3 Introduction to the Sketching Environment 1-6 Setting Up the Sketching Environment 1-6 Learning About Different Display Commands 1-9 Zoom All 1-9 Zoom Window 1-9 Zoom 1-9 Pan 1-10 Zoom Selected 1-10 Getting Acquainted with the Various Sketching Tools 1-10 Drawing Lines 1-10 Drawing Circles 1-13 Drawing Ellipses 1-14 Drawing Arcs 1-15 Drawing Rectangles 1-16 Drawing Polygons 1-18 Placing the Points/Hole Centers 1-19 Creating Fillets 1-19 Drawing Splines 1-19 Deleting the Sketched Entities 1-20 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 1-35 Review Questions 1-35 Exercise Exercise Chapter 2: Adding Constraints and Dimensions to the Sketches Adding the Geometric Constraints to the Sketch 2-2 Viewing the Constraints Applied to the Sketch 2-6 Deleting the Constraints 2-7 Dimensioning the Sketches 2-7 Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

6 vi Autodesk Inventor for Designers (Faculty Evaluation copy F001/02) Measuring Distances 2-14 Measuring Angles 2-17 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 2-34 Review Questions 2-35 Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise Chapter 3: Editing, Extruding, and Revolving the Sketches Editing the Sketched Entities 3-2 Extending the Sketched Entities 3-2 Trimming the Sketched Entities 3-2 Offsetting the Sketched Entities 3-3 Mirroring the Sketched Entities 3-4 Moving the Sketched Entities 3-5 Rotating the Sketched Entities 3-7 Creating Patterns 3-9 Creating Rectangular Patterns 3-9 Creating Circular Patterns 3-13 Editing the Sketched Entities by Dragging 3-16 Converting the Base Sketch into a Base Feature 3-17 Extruding the Base Sketch 3-17 Revolving the Base Sketch 3-21 Rotating a Model in 3D Space 3-23 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 3-36 Review Questions 3-36 Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise Chapter 4: Other Sketching and Modeling Options Why Do You Need Other Sketching Planes? 4-2 The Work Features 4-3 Creating Work Planes 4-3

7 Table of Contents vii Creating Work Axes 4-10 Creating Work Points 4-12 Other Extrusion Options 4-13 Other Revolution Options 4-15 The Concept of Sketch Sharing 4-16 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 4-33 Review Questions 4-34 Exercise Exercise Chapter 5: Advanced Modeling Tools-I Advanced Modeling Tools 5-2 Creating Holes 5-2 Creating Fillets 5-8 Creating Chamfers 5-14 Mirroring the Features 5-16 Creating Rectangular Patterns 5-17 Creating Circular Patterns 5-18 Creating Rib Features 5-20 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 5-38 Review Questions 5-38 Exercise Exercise Chapter 6: Editing Features and Adding Automatic Dimensions to the Sketch Editing the Features in a Model 6-2 Suppressing the Features 6-6 Unsuppressing the Features 6-6 Deleting the Features 6-7 Copying the Features 6-8 Adding Automatic Dimensions to the Sketch 6-10 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 6-28 Review Questions 6-28 Exercise Exercise Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

8 viii Autodesk Inventor for Designers (Faculty Evaluation copy F001/02) Exercise Exercise Chapter 7: Advanced Modeling Tools-II Advanced Modeling Tools 7-2 Creating Sweep Features 7-2 Creating Lofted Features 7-4 Creating Coil Features 7-9 Creating Threads 7-13 Creating Shell Features 7-17 Applying Face Draft 7-19 Creating Split Features 7-21 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 7-36 Review Questions 7-37 Exercise Exercise Chapter 8: Assembly Modeling-I Assembly Modeling 8-2 Types Of Assemblies 8-2 Top-down Assemblies 8-2 Bottom-up Assemblies 8-3 Creating Top-down Assemblies 8-4 Creating Components in the Assembly Mode 8-4 Creating Bottom-Up Assemblies 8-7 Placing Components in the Assembly File 8-7 Assembling the Components 8-8 Mate Constraint 8-8 Angle Constraint 8-11 Tangent Constraint 8-12 Insert Constraint 8-14 Rotation Constraint 8-15 Rotation-Translation Constraint 8-16 Translation Constraint 8-16 Moving Individual Components 8-16 Rotating Individual Components in 3D Space 8-17 Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 8-42 Review Questions 8-43 Exercise

9 Table of Contents ix Chapter 9: Assembly Modeling-II Editing Assembly Constraints 9-2 Editing the Components 9-3 Editing the Components in the Assembly File 9-3 Editing the Components by Opening their Part Files 9-5 Checking the Degrees of Freedom of a Component 9-6 Creating the Pattern of Components in Assembly 9-7 Replacing Component in the Assembly File with Another Component 9-10 Replacing the Single Instance of the Selected Component 9-10 Replacing all the Instaces of the Selected Component 9-11 Deleting the Components 9-11 Editing the Pattern of Components 9-11 Deleting Assembly Constraints 9-13 Creating the Assembly Section Views in the Assembly File 9-13 Analyzing the Assemblies for Interference 9-14 Creating Design Views 9-15 Simulating the Motion of Components of an Assembly by Driving Assembly Constraint 9-16 Reordering the Components in the Assembly 9-20 Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test 9-32 Review Questions 9-32 Exercise Chapter 10: Drawing Mode-I The Drawing Mode 10-2 Types of Drawing Views 10-3 Generating the Drawing Views 10-4 Generating Base View 10-4 Generating Projected View 10-8 Generating Auxiliary View Generating Section View Generating Detail View Generating Broken View Sketching the Drawing Views Editing the Drawing Views Deleting the Drawing Views Moving the Drawing Views Copying the Drawing Views Rotating the Drawing Views Assigning Different Hatch Patterns to the Components in the Assembly Section Views Suppressing the Components in the Assembly Section Views Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

10 x Autodesk Inventor for Designers (Faculty Evaluation copy F001/02) Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test Review Questions Exercise Chapter 11: Drawing Mode-II Modifying Drawing Standards 11-2 Inserting Additional Sheets 11-3 Making a Sheet Active 11-3 Adding the Dimensions to the Drawing Views 11-4 Displaying Parametric Dimensions in the Drawing Views 11-4 Adding Reference Dimensions 11-4 Modifying the Model Dimensions 11-4 Editing Drawing Sheets 11-5 Creating Dimension Styles 11-6 Modifying the Dimension Appearance Using the Shortcut Menu 11-7 Adding Parts List (Bill of Material) to the Assembly Drawing Views 11-8 Editing Parts List Setting the Standards for the Parts List Adding Balloons to the Assembly Drawing Views Adding Balloons to the Selected Components Adding Balloons to all the Components in the Drawing View Adding Text to the Drawing Sheet Adding Multiline Text without Leader Adding Multiline Text Leader Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test Review Questions Exercise Chapter 12: Presentation Mode The Presentation Mode 12-2 Creating the Presentation View 12-3 Tweaking the Components 12-6 Animating the Assemblies Rotating the Presentation View Precisely Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test Review Questions Exercise

11 Table of Contents xi Chapter 13: Modifying Autodesk Inventor Options and Using Special Tools Modifying Application Options 13-2 Modifying Documents Options Modifying Lighting Options Adaptive Parts Defining Parameters Creating 3D Sketches Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test Review Questions Exercise Chapter 14: Sheet Metal Mode Sheet Metal Mode 14-2 Setting Sheet Metal Part Options 14-4 Creating Sheet Metal Component Folding a Part of the Sheet Metal Component Adding Flange to the Sheet Metal Component Creating Cut in the Sheet Metal Component Creating Seams at the Cornera of the Sheet Metal Component Rounding the Corners of a Sheet Metal Component Chamfering the Corners of a Sheet Metal Component Punching a 3D Shape into a Sheet Metal Component Creating Hems Creating Contour Flange Unfloding the Sheet Metal Component Tutorial Tutorial Self-Evaluation Test Review Questions Exercise Chapter 15: Projects Tutorial Project Project Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

12 xii Autodesk Inventor for Designers (Faculty Evaluation copy F001/02) Appendices Appendix-A: System Requirements and Installing Autodesk Inventor A-1 Appendix-B: Interface B-1 Index 1 Author s Web Sites For Faculty: Please contact the author at or to access the web site that contain the PowerPoint presentations, solid models used in the text book, Instructor s Guide, and other related material. For Students: You can download solid modeling exercises, tutorials, and special topics by accessing the author s web site at

13 Preface AUTODESK INVENTOR 5 Autodesk Inventor, developed by Autodesk Inc., is one of the world s fastest growing solid modeling softwares. It is a parametric feature-based solid modeling tool and it not only unites the 3D parametric features with 2D tools but also addresses every design-through-manufacturing process. The adaptive technology of this solid modeling tool allows you to handle an extremely large assembly with tremendous ease. Based mainly on the solid modeling users feedback, this solid modeling tool is remarkably user-friendly and it allows you to be productive from the day one. This solid modeling tool allows you to easily import the AutoCAD, the AutoCAD Mechanical, and the Mechanical Desktop files with an amazing compatibility. The parametric features and assembly parameters are retained when you import the Mechanical Desktop files in Autodesk Inventor. The 2D drawing views of the components are automatically generated in the layouts. The drawing views that can be generated include detailed, orthographic, isometric, auxiliary, section, and so on. You can use any predefined drawing standard files for generating the drawing views. You can display the model dimensions in the drawing views or add reference dimensions whenever you want. The bidirectional associative nature of this software ensures that any modification made in the model is automatically reflected in the drawing views and any modification made in the dimensions in drawing views automatically updates the model. Autodesk Inventor for Designers is a book that is written with an intent of helping the people who are into 3D design. This book is written with the tutorial point of view with learn-by-doing as the theme. The mechanical engineering industry examples and tutorials are used in this book to ensure that the user can relate his knowledge of this book with the actual mechanical industry designs. The main features of the book are as follows: Sheet Metal Mode. This is one of the very few books that includes the complete coverage of the Sheet Metal mode of Autodesk Inventor. Fifty-six pages of heavily illustrated text on Sheet Metal mode has each and every tool of this mode discussed in detail. Tutorial approach. The author has adopted the tutorial point-of-view with learn-by-doing as the theme Faculty Evaluation copy. Do not reproduce. For information visit

14 xiv Autodesk Inventor for Designers (Faculty Evaluation copy F001/02) throughout the book. This approach will guide the users through the process of creating the model in the tutorial. Real-World Projects as Tutorials. The author has used the real-world mechanical engineering projects as tutorials in this book so that the reader can correlate the tutorials in this book with the real-time models in the mechanical engineering industry. Coverage of all Autodesk Inventor modules. All the modules of Autodesk Inventor are covered in this book including the Presentation module for animating the assemblies and the Sheet Metal module for creating the sheet metal components. Tips and Notes. The additional information related to the topics is provided to the users in the form of tips and notes. Learning Objectives. The first page of every chapter provides in brief the topics that will be covered in that chapter. This will help the users to easily refer to a topic. Tools section. Every chapter begins with the tools section that provides the detailed explanation of the Autodesk Inventor tools. Self-Evaluation Test, Review Questions, and Exercises. Every chapter ends with a Self-Evaluation Test so that the users can assess their knowledge of the chapter. The author has given the answers of the Self-Evaluation Tests so that the users can compare their answers with the correct answers. The Review Questions and Exercises are also given at the end of each chapter and can be used by the Instructors as test questions and exercises in the classroom. Heavily illustrated text. The text in this book is heavily illustrated with the help of around 700 line diagrams and 500 photos that support the tools sections and tutorials.

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