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Tools for Design Using AutoCAD 2024 and Autodesk Inventor 2024
Hand Sketching, 2D Drawing and 3D Modeling
Randy H. Shih
Oregon Institute of Technology

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Table of Contents
Preface i
Acknowledgments ii
Introduction
Getting Started
Introduction Intro-2
Development of Computer Aided Design Intro-2
Why Use AutoCAD 2024? Intro-5
Why Use Autodesk Inventor 2024? Intro-6
Tutorial Style Lessons Intro-7
Section I – AutoCAD
Chapter 1
Fundamentals of AutoCAD
Getting Started with AutoCAD 2024 1-2
AutoCAD 2024 Screen Layout 1-3
Application Menu 1-4
Quick Access Toolbar 1-4
AutoCAD Menu Bar 1-4
Layout Tabs 1-4
Drawing Area 1-5
Graphics Cursor or Crosshairs 1-5
Command Prompt Area 1-5
Cursor Coordinates 1-5
Status Toolbar 1-5
Ribbon Tabs and Panels 1-6
Draw and Modify Toolbar Panels 1-6
Layers Control Toolbar Panel 1-6
Viewport/View/Display Controls 1-6
Mouse Buttons 1-7
[Esc] – Canceling Commands 1-7
Online Help 1-8
Leaving AutoCAD 2024 1-9
Creating a CAD File Folder 1-9
Drawing in AutoCAD 1-10
Starting Up AutoCAD 2024 1-10
Drawing Units Setup 1-12
Drawing Area Setup 1-13
Drawing Lines with the Line Command 1-15
Visual Reference 1-17iv Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
GRID ON 1-18
SNAP MODE ON 1-19
Using the Erase Command 1-20
Repeat the Last Command 1-21
The CAD Database and the User Coordinate System 1-22
Changing to the 2D UCS Icon Display 1-23
Cartesian and Polar Coordinate Systems 1-24
Absolute and Relative Coordinates 1-24
Defining Positions 1-25
Grid Style Setup 1-25
The Guide Plate 1-26
Creating Circles 1-30
Saving the CAD Design 1-32
Close the Current Drawing 1-33
The Spacer Design 1-34
Start a New Drawing 1-34
Drawing Units Setup 1-35
Drawing Area Setup 1-36
Using the Line Command 1-38
Using the Erase Command 1-40
Using the Arc Command 1-40
Using the Circle Command 1-42
Saving the CAD Design 1-43
Exit AutoCAD 2024 1-43
Review Questions 1-44
Exercises 1-45
Chapter 2
Basic Object Construction and Dynamic Input - AutoCAD
Introduction 2-2
Starting Up AutoCAD 2024 2-2
Dynamic Input 2-3
The RockerArm Design 2-6
Activate the Startup Option 2-7
Drawing Units Display Setup 2-8
Grid and Snap Intervals Setup 2-9
Drawing Area Setup 2-10
Referencing the World Coordinate System 2-11
Creating Circles 2-12
Object Snap Toolbar 2-13
Using the Line Command 2-14
Creating TTR Circles 2-16
Using the Trim Command 2-18
Using the Polygon Command 2-20
Creating a Concentric Circle 2-22Table of Contents v
Using the QuickCal Calculator to Measure Distance and Angle 2-23
Saving the CAD File 2-27
Exit AutoCAD 2-27
AutoCAD Quick Keys 2-28
Review Questions 2-29
Exercises 2-30
Chapter 3
Geometric Construction and Editing Tools - AutoCAD
Geometric Constructions 3-2
Starting Up AutoCAD 2024 3-3
Geometric Construction - CAD Method 3-4
Bisection of a Line or Arc 3-4
Bisection of an Angle 3-7
Transfer of an Angle 3-9
Dividing a Given Line into a Number of Equal Parts 3-12
Circle through Three Points 3-14
Line Tangent to a Circle from a Given Point 3-15
Circle of a Given Radius Tangent to Two Given Lines 3-16
The Gasket Design 3-19
Drawing Units Display Setup 3-20
Grid and Snap Intervals Setup 3-21
Using the Line Command with ORTHO Option 3-22
Object Snap Toolbar 3-24
Using the Extend Command 3-27
Using the Trim Command 3-28
Creating a TTR Circle 3-29
Using the Fillet Command 3-30
Converting Objects into a Polyline 3-31
Using the Offset Command 3-32
Using the Area Inquiry Tool to Measure Area and Perimeter 3-33
Using the Explode Command 3-35
Create another Fillet 3-35
Saving the CAD File 3-36
Exit AutoCAD 3-36
Review Questions 3-37
Exercises 3-38
Chapter 4
Orthographic Views in Multiview Drawings - AutoCAD
Introduction 4-2
The Locator Design 4-2
The Locator Part 4-3
Starting Up AutoCAD 2024 4-3vi Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Layers Setup 4-4
Drawing Construction Lines 4-5
Using the Offset Command 4-5
Set Layer Object as the Current Layer 4-7
Using the Running Object Snaps 4-7
Creating Object Lines 4-9
Turn Off the Construction Lines Layer 4-10
Adding More Objects in the Front View 4-10
AutoCAD’s AutoSnapTM and AutoTrackTM Features 4-11
Adding More Objects in the Top View 4-13
Drawing Using the Miter Line Method 4-17
More Layers Setup 4-19
Top View to Side View Projection 4-20
Completing the Front View 4-22
Object Information Using the List Command 4-24
Object Information Using the Properties Command 4-25
Review Questions 4-26
Exercises 4-27
Chapter 5
Basic Dimensioning and Notes - AutoCAD
Introduction 5-2
The Bracket Design 5-2
Starting Up AutoCAD 2024 5-3
Layers Setup 5-4
The P-Bracket Design 5-5
LineWeight Display Control 5-5
Drawing Construction Lines 5-6
Using the Offset Command 5-6
Set Layer Object_Lines as the Current Layer 5-8
Creating Object Lines 5-8
Creating Hidden Lines 5-9
Creating Center Lines 5-10
Turn Off the Construction Lines 5-10
Using the Fillet Command 5-11
Saving the Completed CAD Design 5-12
Accessing the Dimensioning Commands 5-13
The Dimension Toolbar 5-14
Using the Dimension Style Manager 5-14
Dimensions Nomenclature and Basics 5-15
Using the Center Mark Command 5-18
Adding Linear Dimensions 5-19
Adding an Angular Dimension 5-20
Adding Radius and Diameter Dimensions 5-21
Using the Multiline Text Command 5-22Table of Contents vii
Adding Special Characters 5-23
Saving the Design 5-24
A Special Note on Layers Containing Dimensions 5-24
Review Questions 5-25
Exercises 5-26
Chapter 6
Pictorials and Sketching
Engineering Drawings, Pictorials and Sketching 6-2
Isometric Sketching 6-7
Chapter 6 - Isometric Sketching Exercises 6-9
Oblique Sketching 6-19
Chapter 6 - Oblique Sketching Exercises 6-20
Perspective Sketching 6-26
One-point Perspective 6-27
Two-point Perspective 6-28
Chapter 6 - Perspective Sketching Exercises 6-29
Review Questions 6-35
Exercises 6-36
Section II – Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 7
Parametric Modeling Fundamentals – Autodesk Inventor
Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor 7-2
The Screen Layout and Getting Started Toolbar 7-3
The New File Dialog Box and Units Setup 7-4
The Default Autodesk Inventor Screen Layout 7-5
File Menu 7-6
Quick Access Toolbar 7-6
Ribbon Tabs and Tool Panels 7-6
Online Help Panel 7-6
3D Model Toolbar 7-7
Graphics Window 7-7
Message and Status Bar 7-7
Mouse Buttons 7-8
[Esc] – Canceling Commands 7-8
Autodesk Inventor Help System 7-9
Data Management Using Inventor Project Files 7-10
Setup of a New Inventor Project 7-11
The Content of the Inventor Project File 7-14
Leaving Autodesk Inventor 7-14
Feature-Based Parametric Modeling 7-15viii Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
The Adjuster Design 7-16
Starting Autodesk Inventor 7-16
The Default Autodesk Inventor Screen Layout 7-18
Sketch Plane – It is an XY Monitor, but an XYZ World 7-19
Creating Rough Sketches 7-21
Step 1: Creating a Rough Sketch 7-22
Graphics Cursors 7-22
Geometric Constraint Symbols 7-23
Step 2: Apply/Modify Constraints and Dimensions 7-24
Dynamic Viewing Functions – Zoom and Pan 7-27
Modifying the Dimensions of the Sketch 7-27
Step 3: Completing the Base Solid Feature 7-28
Isometric View 7-29
Dynamic Rotation of the 3D Block – Free Orbit 7-30
Dynamic Viewing – Quick Keys 7-32
Viewing Tools – Standard Toolbar 7-33
Display Modes 7-37
Orthographic vs. Perspective 7-37
Disable the Heads-Up Display Option 7-38
Step 4-1: Adding an Extruded Feature 7-39
Step 4-2: Adding a Cut Feature 7-43
Step 4-3: Adding another Cut Feature 7-46
Save the Model 7-48
Review Questions 7-50
Exercises 7-51
Chapter 8
Constructive Solid Geometry Concepts – Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 8-2
Binary Tree 8-3
The Locator Design 8-4
Modeling Strategy – CSG Binary Tree 8-5
Starting Autodesk Inventor 8-6
Base Feature 8-7
Grid Display Setup 8-8
Model Dimensions Format 8-11
Modifying the Dimensions of the Sketch 8-11
Repositioning Dimensions 8-12
Using the Measure Tools 8-13
Completing the Base Solid Feature 8-16
Creating the Next Solid Feature 8-17
Creating a Cut Feature 8-21
Creating a Placed Feature 8-24
Creating a Rectangular Cut Feature 8-26
Save the Model 8-28Table of Contents ix
Review Questions 8-29
Exercises 8-30
Chapter 9
Model History Tree – Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 9-2
The Saddle Bracket Design 9-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 9-3
Modeling Strategy 9-4
The Autodesk Inventor Browser 9-5
Creating the Base Feature 9-5
Adding the Second Solid Feature 9-8
Creating a 2D Sketch 9-9
Renaming the Part Features 9-11
Adjusting the Width of the Base Feature 9-12
Adding a Placed Feature 9-13
Creating a Rectangular Cut Feature 9-15
History-Based Part Modifications 9-16
A Design Change 9-17
Assigning and Calculating the Associated Physical Properties 9-20
Review Questions 9-22
Exercises 9-23
Chapter 10
Parametric Constraints Fundamentals - Autodesk Inventor
Constraints and Relations 10-2
Create a Simple Triangular Plate Design 10-2
Fully Constrained Geometry 10-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 10-3
Displaying Existing Constraints 10-4
Applying Geometric/Dimensional Constraints 10-6
Over-Constraining and Driven Dimensions 10-10
Deleting Existing Constraints 10-11
Using the Auto Dimension Command 10-12
Constraint and Sketch Settings 10-17
Parametric Relations 10-18
Dimensional Values and Dimensional Variables 10-20
Parametric Equations 10-21
Viewing the Established Parameters and Relations 10-23
Saving the Model File 10-24
Using the Measure Tools 10-25
Review Questions 10-29
Exercises 10-30x Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 11
Geometric Construction Tools - Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 11-2
The Gasket Design 11-2
Modeling Strategy 11-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 11-4
Create a 2D Sketch 11-5
Edit the Sketch by Dragging the Sketched Entities 11-7
Add Additional Constraints 11-9
Use the Trim and Extend Commands 11-10
The Auto Dimension Command 11-12
Create Fillets and Completing the Sketch 11-14
Fully Constrained Geometry 11-15
Profile Sketch 11-17
Redefine the Sketch and Profile 11-18
Create an Offset Cut Feature 11-22
Review Questions 11-25
Exercises 11-26
Chapter 12
Parent/Child Relationships and the BORN Technique - Autodesk
Inventor
Introduction 12-2
The BORN Technique 12-2
The U-Bracket Design 12-3
Sketch Plane Settings 12-4
Apply the BORN Technique 12-5
Create a 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 12-7
Create the First Extrude Feature 12-10
The Implied Parent/Child Relationships 12-11
Create the Second Solid Feature 12-11
Create a Cut Feature 12-15
The Second Cut Feature 12-16
Examine the Parent/Child Relationships 12-18
Modify a Parent Dimension 12-19
A Design Change 12-20
Feature Suppression 12-21
A Different Approach to the Center_Drill Feature 12-22
Suppress the Rect_Cut Feature 12-24
Create a Circular Cut Feature 12-25
A Flexible Design Approach 12-27
View and Edit Material Properties 12-28
Review Questions 12-30
Exercises 12-31Table of Contents xi
Chapter 13
Part Drawings and 3D Model-Based Definition - Autodesk
Inventor
Drawings from Parts and Associative Functionality 13-2
3D Model-Based Definition 13-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 13-4
Drawing Mode – 2D Paper Space 13-4
Drawing Sheet Format 13-6
Using the Pre-defined Drawing Sheet Formats 13-8
Delete, Activate, and Edit Drawing Sheets 13-9
Add a Base View 13-10
Create Projected Views 13-11
Adjust the View Scale 13-12
Repositioning Views 13-13
Display Feature Dimensions 13-14
Repositioning and Hiding Feature Dimensions 13-16
Add Additional Dimensions – Reference Dimensions 13-18
Add Center Marks and Center Lines 13-19
Complete the Drawing Sheet 13-22
Associative Functionality – Modifying Feature Dimensions 13-23
3D Model-Based Definition 13-26
Review Questions 13-34
Exercises 13-35
Chapter 14
Symmetrical Features in Designs - Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 14-2
A Revolved Design: Pulley 14-2
Modeling Strategy – A Revolved Design 14-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 14-4
Set Up the Display of the Sketch Plane 14-4
Creating a 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 14-5
Create the Revolved Feature 14-9
Mirroring Features 14-10
Create a Pattern Leader Using Construction Geometry 14-12
Circular Pattern 14-17
Examine the Design Parameters 14-19
Drawing Mode – Defining a New Border and Title Block 14-19
Create a Drawing Template 14-23
Create the Necessary Views 14-24
Retrieve Model Annotations – Features Option 14-27
Associative Functionality – A Design Change 14-29
Add Centerlines to the Pattern Feature 14-31
Complete the Drawing 14-32xii Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Additional Title Blocks 14-35
Review Questions 14-37
Exercises 14-38
AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 15
Design Reuse Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 15-2
The Geneva Wheel Design 15-3
Internet Download of the Geneva-Wheel DWG File 15-3
Opening AutoCAD DWG File in Inventor 15-4
Switch to the AutoCAD DWG Layout 15-5
2D Design Reuse 15-7
Complete the Imported Sketch 15-11
Create the First Solid Feature 15-13
Create a Mirrored Feature 15-14
Circular Pattern 15-15
Complete the Geneva Wheel Design 15-16
Export an Inventor 2D Sketch as an AutoCAD Drawing 15-20
Design Reuse – Sketch Insert Option 15-21
Review Questions 15-26
Exercises 15-27
Chapter 16
Assembly Modeling - Putting It All Together - Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 16-2
Assembly Modeling Methodology 16-3
The Shaft Support Assembly 16-4
Additional Parts 16-4
(1) Collar 16-4
(2) Bearing 16-5
(3) Base-Plate 16-5
(4) Cap-Screw 16-6
Starting Autodesk Inventor 16-7
Placing the First Component 16-8
Placing the Second Component 16-9
Degrees of Freedom and Constraints 16-10
Assembly Constraints 16-11
Apply the First Assembly Constraint 16-14
Apply a Second Mate Constraint 16-15
Constrained Move 16-16
Apply a Flush Constraint 16-17Table of Contents xiii
Placing the Third Component 16-19
Applying an Insert Constraint 16-20
Assemble the Cap-Screws 16-21
Exploded View of the Assembly 16-22
Editing the Components 16-24
Adaptive Design Approach 16-25
Delete and Re-apply Assembly Constraints 16-29
Set Up a Drawing of the Assembly Model 16-31
Creating a Parts List 16-33
Edit the Parts List 16-34
Change the Material Type 16-36
Add the Balloon Callouts 16-38
Completing the Title Block Using the iProperties Option 16-38
Bill of Materials 16-40
(a) BOM from Parts List 16-40
(b) BOM from Assembly Model 16-41
Review Questions 16-42
Exercises 16-43
Chapter 17
Design Analysis - Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis Module
Introduction 17-2
Problem Statement 17-4
Preliminary Analysis 17-4
Maximum Displacement 17-5
Finite Element Analysis Procedure 17-6
Create the Autodesk Inventor Part 17-7
Create the 2D Sketch for the Plate 17-7
Assigning the Material Properties 17-10
Switch to the Stress Analysis Module 17-11
Apply Constraints and Loads 17-14
Create a Mesh and Run the Solver 17-16
Refinement of the FEA Mesh – Global Element Size 17-18
Refinement of the FEA Mesh – Local Element Size 17-20
Comparison of Results 17-23
Create an HTML Report 17-24
Geometric Considerations of Finite Elements 17-25
Conclusion 17-26
Summary of Modeling Considerations 17-26
Review Questions 17-27
Exercises 17-28
Indexxiv Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
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Chapter 18
Assembly Modeling with the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Set –
Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 18-2
The Basic Car Assembly 18-2
Modeling Strategy 18-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 18-4
Creating a Subassembly 18-5
Placing the Next Component 18-6
Degrees of Freedom Display 18-7
Apply the Assembly Constraints 18-8
Assemble the Next Components 18-13
Assembling Bushing and Axle 18-15
Completing the Motor-Right Subassembly 18-18
Starting the Main Assembly 18-20
Assemble the Frame and Motors 18-23
Assemble the Motor Assemblies 18-25
Adding the Motor-Right Subassembly to the Main Assembly 18-30
Assemble the Rear Swivel Assembly and Wheels 18-31
Assemble the NXT Micro-controller 18-37
Assemble the Sensors 18-40
Chapter 19
Assembly Modeling with the TETRIX by Pitsco Building System
– Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 19-2
The ST1 Assembly 19-2
Modeling Strategy 19-3
Starting Autodesk Inventor 19-4
Creating a Subassembly 19-5
Placing the Next Component 19-6
Degrees of Freedom Display 19-7
Apply Assembly Constraints 19-8
Starting the Main Assembly 19-18
Adjusting the Orientation of a Grounded Part 19-20
Adjusting the Orientation of Parts 19-22
Assemble the DC Motor Controller 19-25
Assemble the Servo Controller 19-27
Completing the Chassis 19-29
Assemble the Front-Wheel Assembly 19-30Table of Contents xv
Assemble the Motor-Wheel Assembly 19-33
Assemble the NXT Micro-controller 19-38
Assemble the NXT Touch-Sensor 19-39
Conclusion 19-41
Chapter 20
Assembly Model with Vex Robot Kit - Autodesk Inventor
Introduction 20-2
The Tumbler Assembly 20-2
Starting Autodesk Inventor 20-3
Creating a Subassembly 20-4
Placing the Second Component 20-5
Degrees of Freedom Display 20-6
Adjusting the Component’s Orientation 20-7
Apply Assembly Constraints 20-8
Assemble the Next Component 20-11
Assembling Bearing Rivets and Screws 20-13
Assembling Shaft Collars, Shafts and Motors 20-16
Assemble the Wheels 20-23
Modifying the Wheel Directions 20-27
Starting the Tumbler Assembly 20-30
Assemble the Chassis 20-33
Assemble the Chassis Plate 20-37
Adding the Battery Pack under the Chassis Plate 20-39
Adding the RF Receiver on the Rear Chassis Bumper 20-40
Assemble the VEX Microcontroller 20-43
Assemble the Antenna 20-46
Conclusion 20-47
Review Questions 20-48
Exercise 20-49xvi Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Notes
INDEX
AAb
solute Coordinates, AutoCAD, 1-24
Adaptive, 16-2
Adaptive Design approach, 16-2, 16-25
Angle Constraint, 16-12
Annotation Toolbar, 13-29
ANSI Standard, 13-6
Application menu, AutoCAD, 1-3
Application menu, Inventor, 7-14
Arc, AutoCAD, 1-40
Area, AutoCAD, 3-33
Assemble, 16-2
Assembly Modeling Methodology, 16-3
Assembly constraints, 16-11
Associative Functionality, 16-2
Auto Dimension, 10-12
AutoCAD DWG file, 15-4
AutoCAD DWG Layout, 15-7
AutoCAD DWG Model Space, 15-9
AutoCAD Menu Bar, 1-3
AutoSnap and AutoTrack AutoCAD,
4-11
BBa
lloon, 16-38
Base component, 16-8
Base Feature, 8-7
Base View, 13-11
Base Orphan Reference Node, 12-2
Bill of materials (BOM), 16-40
Binary Tree, 8-3
Block, solids, 8-2
BOM, 16-40
Boolean Intersect, 8-2
Boolean Operations, 8-2
BORN, 12-2
Border, new, 14-19
Bottom Up Approach, 16-3
Boundary representation (B-rep), Intro-4
Browser window, 9-2, 9-5
Buttons, Mouse, AutoCAD, 1-7
CCA
D, Intro-2
CAE, Intro-2
CAM, Intro-2
Canceling commands, AutoCAD, 1-7
Cartesian coordinate system, AutoCAD,
1-22, 1-24
Center Line Bisector, 13-19
Center Mark, 13-19
Center-point Circle, 8-18
Child, 12-2
Circle, AutoCAD, 1-30
CIRCLE, Center point, 8-18
Circular Pattern, 14-17
Close Drawing, AutoCAD, 1-33
Close, LINE command, AutoCAD, 1-28
Coil and Thread, 16-6
Coincident Constraint, 10-6
Colinear Constraint, 10-6
Command Line Area, AutoCAD, 1-3
Command Prompt, AutoCAD, 1-5
Computer Geometric Modeling, Intro-2
Concentric constraint, 10-2, 10-6
Constrained move, 16-16
Constrained Orbit, 7-31
Constraint, Delete, 10-11
Constraints, Geometric, 10-6
Constraints Settings, 10-17
Constraint, Show, 10-4
Constraints Box, Pin, 10-5
Constraints and Load (FEA), 17-14
Construction geometry, 14-14
Construction lines, 14-14
Construction lines, AutoCAD, 4-5
Constructive solid geometry, 8-2
Coordinate systems, 1-22
Create Component, 16-25
Create Feature, Extrude, 16-26
CSG, 8-2
Cursor Coordinates, AutoCAD, 1-5
Cut, All, 7-45
Cut, Boolean, 8-2
Cut, Extrude, 7-45
Cutting Plane Line, 14-2Index-II Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
DDe
fine Position, AutoCAD, 1-25
Define New Title Block, 14-19
Degrees of freedom (DOF), 16-10
Delete Assembly Constraints, 16-29
Delete Constraints, 10-11
Delete Feature, 12-22
Design Intent, 7-15
Design Reuse, 15-2
Copy & Paste, 15-2, 15-9
Sketch Insert, 15-21
Share Sketch, 15-24
Diameter symbol, AutoCAD, 5-23
Difference, Boolean, 8-2
Dimension, 7-24
Dimensions, AutoCAD, 5-2
Dimensioning, AutoCAD, 5-13
Dimension toolbar, AutoCAD, 5-14
Dimensions, Retrieve, 13-15
Dimension Format, 8-10
Dimension General, 7-24
Dimension Reposition, 8-12
Dimensional Constraints, 10-2
Dimensional Values, 10-20
Dimensional Variables, 10-20
Direct Adaptive Design, 16-25
Display Modes, 7-37
DOF Visibility, 16-10
Drafting settings, AutoCAD, 3-21
Drag Geometry, 11-7
Drawing Annotation, 13-22
Drawing Area, setup, 1-13
Drawing, Assembly Model, 16-31
Drawing Limits, 1-13
Drawing Mode, 13-4
Drawing Resources, 13-8
Drawing Review Panel, 15-5
Drawing Screen, 13-5
Drawing Sheet formats, 13-8
Drawing Sheet formats, Editing, 13-9
Draw toolbar panel, AutoCAD, 1-6
Drawing Template, 14-23
Driven Dimensions, 10-10
Data management, 7-10
DWG files, 15-4
Dynamic Input, 2-3
Dynamic Pan, 7-32
Dynamic Rotation, 7-30
Dynamic Viewing, 7-32
Dynamic Zoom, 7-27
EEd
it Dimension, 7-27
Edit Feature, 11-19
Edit Model Dimension, 13-24
Edit Parts List, 16-34
Edit Sketch, 11-18
Equal constraint, 10-6
Erase, AutoCAD, 1-21
Esc, 1-7
EXIT, AutoCAD, 1-9
EXIT, 7-14
Exit Marker, 7-31
Explode, AutoCAD, 3-35
Exploded view, Assembly, 16-22
Export, 15-20
Extend, AutoCAD, 3-27
Extend, 11-10
Extrude, 7-28
Extrude, Create Feature, 16-26
Extrude, Cut, 7-47
Extrude, Join, 8-19
Extrude, Join, To, 9-10
Extrude, Symmetric, 9-7
FF2
, Pan, 7-32
F3, Zoom, 7-32
F4, 3D Rotate, 7-33
F6, Isometric View, 7-29
Face, 8-17
Feature Based Modeling, 7-15
Feature, Delete, 12-22
Feature Dimensions, Retrieve, 13-15
Feature, Pattern, 13-2
Feature, Rename, 9-11
Feature suppression, 12-21
File Folder, 1-9
FILLET, 2D, AutoCAD, 3-18
FILLET, 2D, 9-18
FILLET, 3D, 15-25
Fillet, Radius, 9-18Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor Index-III
Finite Element Analysis (FEA), 17-2
FEA Simulation, 17-12
Solver (FEA), 17-16
Fix constraint, 10-6
Flush constraint, 16-12
Folder create new, 1-9
Format, Units, AutoCAD, 1-12
Free Orbit, 7-30
Fully Constrained Geometry, 10-3
GGe
neral Dimension, 7-24
Geometric Constraint, 7-23, 10-6
Geometric Constraint symbols, 7-23
Geometric Constructions, AutoCAD, 3-4
Global space, 7-19
Graphics Cursor, 1-5, 7-22
Graphics Window, 1-3, 7-7
Grid, 1-18, 1-19
GRID Interval setup, 8-8
HH
elp Options, AutoCAD, 1-8
History Access, 9-16
History-Based Modifications, 9-16
History Tree, 9-2
Hole, Placed Feature, 8-24
Home View, 12-23
Horizontal constraint, 10-6
HTML Report, 17-24
II
nfoCenter, AutoCAD, 1-3
Insert Constraint, 16-13
INTERSECT Boolean, 8-2
iProperties, 9-20
Isometric View, 7-29
Isometric Sketching, 6-7
JJO
IN, Boolean, 8-2
Join, Extrude, 8-2
LLa
yers Control toolbar, AutoCAD, 1-6
Layers and Object Properties, AutoCAD,
4-4
Layer Properties Manager, AutoCAD,
4-4
Leader, Text, 13-26
LINE command, 7-22
LINE command, AutoCAD, 1-16
LINE Close, AutoCAD, 1-29
Linear diameter, 14-7
List, AutoCAD, 4-24
Local Coordinate System (LCS), 7-19
Local Element Size (FEA), 17-20
Local Update, 9-12
Look At, 11-19
MM
ate constraint, 16-12
Materials, 12-28, 16-36
Measure Angle, AutoCAD, 2-25
Measure Area, 8-13
Measure Distance, AutoCAD, 2-23
Measure Loop, 8-14
Mesh, 17-16
Message area, 7-7
Middle Out approach, 16-3
Mirror Feature, 14-10
Mirror Plane, 15-14
Miter line, AutoCAD, 4-17
Model Dimensions Format, 8-11
Modify Dimensions, 8-11
Modify toolbar panel, AutoCAD, 1-6
Mouse Buttons, AutoCAD, 1-7
Move Component, 16-22
Multiline Text, AutoCAD, 5-22
Multiview drawings, 4-2
NN
avigation Wheel, 7-35
New File, 7-4
New Drawing, AutoCAD, 1-34
New File, 16-7
No new sketch, 12-4
OOb
ject Snap toolbar, AutoCAD, 2-13
Object Visibility, 12-5Index-IV Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor
Oblique Sketching, 6-19
Offset, AutoCAD, 3-32
Offset Features, 11-22
Online Help, AutoCAD, 1-8
Online Help, 7-6
Orbit, 3D, 7-30
Orbit, Navigation Wheels, 7-36
Order of features, 8-7
Orientation, Component, 18-7
Ortho, AutoCAD, 3-22
Orthographic View, 7-37
Orthographic vs. Perspective, 7-37
Over-constraining, 10-10
PPa
n Realtime, AutoCAD, 1-27
Pan Realtime, 7-32
Paper Space, 13-4
Parallel Constraint, 10-6
Parent/Child Relations, 12-2, 12-18
Parameters, 10-21
Parametric, Intro-7
Parametric, Benefits, Intro-7
Parametric Equations, 10-21
Parametric Modeling, Intro-6
Parametric Part modeling process, 7-15
Part Browser, 9-5
Parts list, 16-33
Pattern, 14-2
Pattern leader, 14-12
Perpendicular constraint, 10-6
Perspective Sketching, 6-26
One-point Perspective, 6-27
Two-point Perspective, 6-28
Perspective View, 7-37
Physical properties, iProperties, 9-20
Pictorials and Sketching, 6-2
Pin icon, Assembly, 16-9
Place Component, 16-9
Place Constraint, 16-11
Placed Feature, 8-24
Point Style, AutoCAD, 3-13
Polar Coordinate System, AutoCAD,
1-24
Polygon, AutoCAD, 2-20
Polyline, AutoCAD, 3-31
Position Define, AutoCAD, 1-25
Profile, 7-43, 11-2
Profile button, 11-20
Project file, 7-10
Project Geometry, 14-13
Projected Views, 13-11
Projects, 7-10
Properties, AutoCAD, 4-25
Purge, AutoCAD, 5-24
QQu
ick Access toolbar, AutoCAD, 1-3
Quick Access toolbar, 7-6
QuickCalc, AutoCAD, 2-23
Quit, AutoCAD, 1-9
RRE
CTANGLE command, 8-9
Reference Dimensions, 13-18
Refinement (FEA), 17-18
Region Properties, 8-14
Relations, 10-2, 10-18
Relative Coordinates, AutoCAD, 1-25
Rename, Feature, 9-11
Repeat, AutoCAD, 1-21
Reposition Dimensions, 8-12
Repositioning Views, 13-13
Retrieve Dimensions, 13-15
Revolve, 14-9
Revolve, Full, 14-9
Revolved Feature, 14-9
Ribbon Tabs, AutoCAD, 1-3
Ribbon Tabs, 7-6
Rotate Component, 16-23
Rotation Axis, 14-18
Rough Sketches, 7-21
Running Object Snaps, AutoCAD, 4-7
SSA
VE, AutoCAD, 1-32
SAVE Copy As, 14-23
Save Border, 14-21
Save Title Block, 14-22
Scale, Section View, 13-12
Screen Layout, AutoCAD, 1-3
Screen Layout, 7-5Tools for Design: Using AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor Index-V
Section View, 14-24
Selection Window, AutoCAD, 1-21
Settings, Grid, AutoCAD, 1-25
Shaded, Display, 7-37
Share Sketch, 15-23
Show Menu Bar, AutoCAD, 1-3
SIZE and LOCATION, 5-2
Sketch, Command, 7-39
Sketch Plane, 7-38
Sketch plane setting, 12-4
Sketching, 6-2
Isometric Sketching, 6-7
Oblique Sketching, 6-19
Perspective Sketching, 6-26
Snap mode, 1-19
Snap Toolbar, AutoCAD, 2-13
Solid Modeler, Intro-3
Solver (FEA), 17-16
Startup option, AutoCAD, 2-7
Status toolbar, AutoCAD, 1-5
Stress Analysis Module, 17-11
Styles Editor, 13-6
Sub-Assembly, 18-2, 18-5
Suppress Features, 12-21
Surface Modeler, Intro-4
Symmetrical Features, 14-2
TTa
ble Layout, 16-35
Tangent Constraint, 10-6, 16-13
Template, Drawing, 14-23
Text, Creating, 13-22
Text Leader, 13-26
Thread, 16-6
3D Model-Base Definition, 13-26
Three Dimensional Annotations in
Isometric Views, 13-26
Title Block, additional, 14-35
Title Block, new, 14-19
Trim and Extend, 11-10
Trim and Extend, AutoCAD, 2-18
Top Down Approach, 16-3
UUn
do, 10-8
Union, Boolean, 8-2
Units Setup, AutoCAD, 1-12
Units Setup, 7-4
Unsuppress Features, 12-21
Update Part, 9-12, 16-23
User Coordinate System (UCS),
AutoCAD, 1-23
User Coordinate System (UCS), 7-19
UCS Icon Display, AutoCAD, 1-23
User parameters, 10-23
VVe
rtical constraint, 10-6
View, AutoCAD, 1-27
View, Scale, 13-12
ViewCube, 7-34
Viewing, 7-27
Visibility, 12-5
WWi
reframe Ambiguity, Intro-4
Wireframe, display, 7-37
Wireframe Modeler, Intro-3
Work plane, Visibility, 12-5
World coordinate system (WCS),
AutoCAD, 1-22
World space, 7-19
XXY
-Plane, 12-5
XZ-Plane, 12-5
YYZ
-Plane, 12-5
ZZo
om All, AutoCAD, 1-14, 1-37
Zoom Extents, AutoCAD, 2-11
ZOOM Realtime, 7-8
Zoom, Navigation Wheel, 7-35
ZX-Plane, 12-5

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