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Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor 2024
Randy H. Shih , Luke Jumper
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Table of Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Table of Contents
Autodesk Inventor Certified User Examination Overview
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Introduction
Development of Computer Geometric Modeling
Feature-Based Parametric Modeling
Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor
The Screen Layout and Getting Started
The New File Dialog Box and Units Setup
The Default Autodesk Inventor Screen Layout
File Menu
Quick Access Toolbar
Ribbon Tabs and Tool Panels
Online Help Panel
3D Model Toolbar
Graphics Window
Message and Status Bar
Mouse Buttons
[Esc] - Canceling Commands
Autodesk Inventor Help System
Data Management Using Inventor Project files
Set up of a New Inventor Project
The Content of the Inventor Project File
Leaving Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 2
Parametric Modeling Fundamentals
Introduction
The Adjuster Design
Starting Autodesk Inventor
The Default Autodesk Inventor Screen Layout
Sketch Plane – It is an XY Monitor, but an XYZ World
Creating Rough Sketches
Step 1: Creating a Rough Sketch
Graphics Cursors
Geometric Constraint Symbols 2-11iv Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Step 2: Apply/Modify Constraints and Dimensions 2-12
Dynamic Viewing Functions – Zoom and Pan 2-15
Modifying the Dimensions of the Sketch 2-15
Step 3: Completing the Base Solid Feature 2-16
Isometric View 2-17
Dynamic Rotation of the 3D Block - Free Orbit 2-18
Dynamic Viewing - Quick Keys 2-20
Viewing Tools – Standard Toolbar 2-21
Display Modes 2-25
Orthographic vs. Perspective 2-25
Disable the Heads-Up Display Option 2-26
Step 4-1: Adding an Extruded Feature 2-27
Step 4-2: Adding a Cut Feature 2-31
Step 4-3: Adding another Cut Feature 2-34
Save the Model 2-36
Review Questions 2-38
Exercises 2-39
Chapter 3
Constructive Solid Geometry Concepts
Introduction 3-3
Binary Tree 3-4
The Locator Design 3-5
Modeling Strategy - CSG Binary Tree 3-6
Starting Autodesk Inventor 3-7
Base Feature 3-8
GRID Display Setup 3-9
Model Dimensions Format 3-12
Modifying the Dimensions of the Sketch 3-12
Repositioning Dimensions 3-13
Using the Measure Tools 3-14
Completing the Base Solid Feature 3-17
Creating the Next Solid Feature 3-18
Creating a Cut Feature 3-22
Creating a Placed Feature 3-25
Creating a Rectangular Cut Feature 3-27
Save the Model 3-29
Review Questions 3-30
Exercises 3-31
Chapter 4
Model History Tree
Introduction 4-3Table of Contents v
The Saddle Bracket Design 4-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 4-4
Modeling Strategy 4-5
The Autodesk Inventor Browser 4-6
Creating the Base Feature 4-6
Adding the Second Solid Feature 4-9
Creating a 2D Sketch 4-10
Renaming the Part Features 4-12
Adjusting the Width of the Base Feature 4-13
Adding a Placed Feature 4-14
Creating a Rectangular Cut Feature 4-16
History-Based Part Modifications 4-17
A Design Change 4-18
Assigning and Calculating the Associated Physical Properties 4-21
Review Questions 4-23
Exercises 4-24
Chapter 5
Parametric Constraints Fundamentals
Constraints and Relations 5-3
Create a Simple Triangular Plate Design 5-3
Fully Constrained Geometry 5-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 5-4
Displaying Existing Constraints 5-5
Applying Geometric/Dimensional Constraints 5-7
Over-Constraining and Driven Dimensions 5-11
Deleting Existing Constraints 5-12
Using the Auto Dimension Command 5-13
Constraint and Sketch Settings 5-18
Parametric Relations 5-19
Dimensional Values and Dimensional Variables 5-21
Parametric Equations 5-22
Viewing the Established Parameters and Relations 5-24
Saving the Model File 5-25
Using the Measure Tools 5-26
Review Questions 5-30
Exercises 5-31
Chapter 6
Geometric Construction Tools
Introduction 6-3
The Gasket Design 6-3
Modeling Strategy 6-4vi Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Starting Autodesk Inventor 6-5
Create a 2D Sketch 6-6
Edit the Sketch by Dragging the Sketched Entities 6-8
Add Additional Constraints 6-10
Use the Trim and Extend Commands 6-11
The Auto Dimension Command 6-13
Create Fillets and Completing the Sketch 6-15
Fully Constrained Geometry 6-16
Profile Sketch 6-18
Redefine the Sketch and Profile 6-19
Create an Offset Cut Feature 6-23
Review Questions 6-26
Exercises 6-27
Chapter 7
Parent/Child Relationships and the BORN Technique
Introduction 7-3
The BORN Technique 7-3
The U-Bracket Design 7-4
Sketch Plane Settings 7-5
Apply the BORN Technique 7-6
Create the 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 7-8
Create the First Extrude Feature 7-11
The Implied Parent/Child Relationships 7-12
Create the Second Solid Feature 7-12
Create a Cut Feature 7-16
The Second Cut Feature 7-17
Examine the Parent/Child Relationships 7-19
Modify a Parent Dimension 7-20
A Design Change 7-21
Feature Suppression 7-22
A Different Approach to the Center_Drill Feature 7-23
Suppress the Rect_Cut Feature 7-25
Create a Circular Cut Feature 7-26
A Flexible Design Approach 7-28
View and Edit Material Properties 7-29
Review Questions 7-31
Exercises 7-32
Chapter 8
Part Drawings and 3D Model-Based Definition
Drawings from Parts and Associative Functionality 8-3
3D Model-Based Definition 8-4Table of Contents vii
Starting Autodesk Inventor 8-5
Drawing Mode - 2D Paper Space 8-5
Drawing Sheet Format 8-7
Using the Pre-Defined Drawing Sheet Formats 8-9
Activate, Delete, and Edit Drawing Sheets 8-10
Add a Base View 8-11
Create Projected Views 8-12
Adjust the View Scale 8-13
Repositioning Views 8-14
Display Feature Dimensions 8-15
Repositioning and Hiding Feature Dimensions 8-17
Add Additional Dimensions – Reference Dimensions 8-19
Add Center Marks and Center Lines 8-20
Complete the Drawing Sheet 8-23
Associative Functionality – Modifying Feature Dimensions 8-24
3D Model-Based Definition 8-27
Review Questions 8-35
Exercises 8-36
Chapter 9
Datum Features and Auxiliary Views
Work Features 9-3
Auxiliary Views in 2D Drawings 9-3
The Rod-Guide Design 9-3
Modeling Strategy 9-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 9-5
Apply the BORN Technique 9-5
Creating the Base Feature 9-7
Create an Angled Work Plane 9-9
Create a 2D Sketch on the Work Plane 9-10
Use the Projected Geometry Option 9-10
Complete the Solid Feature 9-14
Create an Offset Work Plane 9-15
Create another Cut Feature Using the Work Plane 9-16
Start a New 2D Drawing 9-18
Add a Base View 9-19
Create an Auxiliary View 9-20
Display Feature Dimensions 9-22
Adjust the View Scale 9-24
Retrieving Dimensions in the Auxiliary View 9-25
Add Center Marks and Center Lines 9-27
Complete the Title Block with iProperties 9-30
Edit the Isometric view 9-32
Review Questions 9-33
Exercises 9-34viii Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Chapter 10
Introduction to 3D Printing
What is 3D Printing? 10-2
Development of 3D Printing Technologies 10-3
Primary Types of 3D Printing Processes 10-6
Primary 3D Printing Materials for FDM and FFF 10-9
From 3D Model to 3D Printed Part 10-11
Starting Autodesk Inventor 10-12
Export the Design as an STL File 10-13
Using the 3D Printing Software to Create the 3D Print 10-16
Questions 10-23
Chapter 11
Symmetrical Features in Designs
Introduction 11-3
A Revolved Design: Pulley 11-3
Modeling Strategy - A Revolved Design 11-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 11-5
Set Up the Display of the Sketch Plane 11-5
Creating the 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 11-6
Create the Revolved Feature 11-10
Mirroring Features 11-11
Create a Pattern Leader Using Construction Geometry 11-13
Circular Pattern 11-18
Examine the Design Parameters 11-20
Drawing Mode – Defining a New Border and Title Block 11-20
Create a Drawing Template 11-24
Create the Necessary Views 11-25
Retrieve Model Annotations – Features Option 11-28
Associative Functionality – A Design Change 11-30
Add Centerlines to the Pattern Feature 11-32
Complete the Drawing 11-33
Additional Title Blocks 11-36
Review Questions 11-38
Exercises 11-39
Chapter 12
Advanced 3D Construction Tools
Introduction 12-3
A Thin-Walled Design: Dryer Housing 12-3
Modeling Strategy 12-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 12-5Table of Contents ix
Set Up the Display of the Sketch Plane 12-5
Create the 2D Sketch for the Base Feature 12-6
Create a Revolved Feature 12-9
Create Offset Work Planes 12-10
Start 2D Sketches on the Work Planes 12-11
Create a Lofted Feature 12-14
Create an Extruded Feature 12-16
Complete the Extruded Feature 12-18
Create 3D Rounds and Fillets 12-19
Create a Shell Feature 12-20
Create a Pattern Leader 12-21
Create a Rectangular Pattern 12-24
Create a Swept Feature 12-26
Define a Sweep Path 12-26
Define the Sweep Section 12-28
Complete the Swept Feature 12-30
Review Questions 12-32
Exercises 12-33
Chapter 13
Sheet Metal Designs
Sheet Metal Processes 13-3
Sheet Metal Modeling 13-5
K-Factor 13-6
The Actuator Bracket Design 13-7
Starting Autodesk Inventor 13-8
Sheet Metal Defaults 13-9
Create the Base Face Feature of the Design 13-12
Using the Flange Command 13-15
Mirroring Features 13-19
Create a Cut Feature 13-20
Create a Fold Feature 13-22
Create the Associated Flat Pattern 13-25
Confirm the Flattened Length 13-26
Create a 2D Sheet Metal Drawing 13-27
Review Questions 13-34
Exercises 13-35
Chapter 14
Assembly Modeling - Putting It All Together
Introduction 14-3
Assembly Modeling Methodology 14-4
The Shaft Support Assembly 14-5x Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Additional Parts 14-5
(1) Collar 14-5
(2) Bearing 14-6
(3) Base-Plate 14-6
(4) Cap-Screw 14-7
Starting Autodesk Inventor 14-8
Placing the First Component 14-9
Placing the Second Component 14-10
Degrees of Freedom and Constraints 14-11
Assembly Constraints 14-12
Apply the First Assembly Constraint 14-15
Apply a Second Mate Constraint 14-16
Constrained Move 14-17
Apply a Flush Constraint 14-18
Placing the Third Component 14-20
Applying an Insert Constraint 14-21
Assemble the Cap-Screws 14-22
Exploded View of the Assembly 14-23
Editing the Components 14-25
Adaptive Design Approach 14-26
Delete and Re-apply Assembly Constraints 14-30
Set up a Drawing of the Assembly Model 14-32
Creating a Parts List 14-34
Edit the Parts List 14-35
Change the Material Type 14-37
Add the Balloon Callouts 14-39
Completing the Title Block Using the iProperties option 14-39
Bill of Materials 14-41
(a) BOM from Parts List 14-41
(b) BOM from Assembly Model 14-42
Review Questions 14-43
Exercises 14-44
Chapter 15
Content Center and Basic Motion Analysis
Introduction 15-3
The Crank-Slider Assembly 15-4
Create the Required Parts 15-4
Starting Autodesk Inventor 15-6
Placing the First Component 15-7
Placing the Second Component 15-8
Apply the Assembly Constraints 15-9
Apply a Second Mate Constraint 15-10
Constrained Move 15-11
Place the Third Component 15-11Table of Contents xi
Assemble the CS-Rod Part 15-14
Make a Copy of the Pin 15-15
Assemble the CS-Slider Part 15-16
Add an Angle Constraint to Fully Constrain the Assembly 15-21
Interference Analysis 15-23
Basic Motion Analysis 15-24
3D Grip Editing the CS-Slider Part 15-27
Review Questions 15-31
Exercises 15-32
Chapter 16
2D Design Reuse, Collision and Contact
Introduction 16-3
The Geneva CAM Assembly 16-4
Download the Geneva-Wheel DWG File 16-4
Opening AutoCAD DWG File in Inventor 16-5
Switch to the AutoCAD DWG Layout 16-6
2D Design Reuse 16-8
Complete the Imported Sketch 16-12
Create the First Solid Feature 16-14
Create a Mirrored Feature 16-15
Circular Pattern 16-16
Complete the Geneva Wheel Design 16-17
Additional Parts 16-18
Start a New Assembly 16-20
Placing the Second Component 16-21
The Assembly Joint Command 16-22
Create a Joint Connection 16-23
Constrained Move 16-24
Placing a Copy of the Geneva-Driver Part 16-24
Create a Second Joint Connection 16-25
Assemble the Geneva-Pin Part 16-26
Repositioning the Pieces 16-28
Animation with Drive Tool 16-29
Use the Inventor Contact Solver 16-31
Constrained Move with Contact Solver 16-33
Review Questions 16-34
Exercises 16-35
Chapter 17
Introduction to Stress Analysis
Introduction 17-2
Problem Statement 17-4xii Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Preliminary Analysis 17-4
• Maximum Normal Stress 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
Appendix
Index
ection 1: User Interface
Objectives: Primary Environments, UI Navigation/Interaction, Graphics Window
Display, Navigation Control.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
Performance Task Chapter – Page
Screen Layout 1-8, 1-10
Inventor Overview .1-8
New File .1-10
Application Menu 1-11
Mouse Buttons .1-14
Inventor Help System 1-15
Dynamic Viewing – Quick Keys .2-20
Viewing Tools 2-21
2D/3D Navigation Wheels .2-23
Display Modes .2-25
Browser 4-6
Section 2: File Management
Objectives: Project Files.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
Performance Task Chapter – Page
Data Management 1-16
New Inventor Project .1-17
Content of the Inventor Project File .1-20
Activate an Inventor Project File .2-5
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Section 3: Sketches
Objectives: Creating 2D Sketches, Draw Tools, Sketch Constraints, Pattern
Sketches, Modify Sketches, Format Sketches, Sketch Doctor, Shared Sketches,
Sketch Parameters.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
Performance Task Chapter – Page
2D Sketch Tool 2-8
Geometric Constraint Symbols 2-11
Apply/Modify Constraints and Dimensions 2-12
Modifying Dimensions 2-15
Profile .2-30
GRID and SNAP Intervals Setup 3-9
Two Point Rectangle 3-10
Modifying Dimensions 3-12
Repositioning Dimensions .3-13
Center Point Circle .3-19
Create Dimensions .3-12
Show Dimensions 4-13
Concentric 4-14
Edit Sketch .4-18
Look At 4-18
Horizontal Constraint .5-5
Geometric Constraints Tool .5-7
Fix Constraint .5-8
General Dimension Tool 5-9
Vertical Constraint .5-9
Undo .5-9
Show All Constraints .5-10
Over Constraining 5-11
Driven Dimensions 5-11
Delete Constraints 5-12
Auto Dimension .5-13
Tangent Constraint .5-15
Coincident Constraint 5-17
Constraint Settings .5-18
Parametric Equations .5-22
Parameters 5-24
Editing by Dragging .6-8
Tangent Constraint .6-10
Extend 6-11
Trim . 6-12
Auto Dimension .6-13
Fillet, 2D 6-15
Fix Constraint 6-16
Edit Sketch .6-19
Offset command .6-23
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Trim 7-9
Auto Dimension .7-11
Implied Parent/Child Relationships .7-12
Center Point Arc 7-13
Show Dimensions 7-20
2D Fillet .9-7
Project Geometry .9-10
Reference Geometry 9-10
Linear Diameter .10-7
Construction Geometry 10-13
Construction Style 10-15
Fillet, 2D 11-8
Project Geometry .11-13
Edit Component .14-27
Section 4: Parts
Objectives: Creating parts, Work Features, Pattern Features, Part Properties.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
Performance Task Chapter – Page
Extrude Command .2-16
Adding an Extruded Feature 2-27
Cut Feature .2-32
Extrude Join .3-20
Sketched Feature 3-25
Placed Feature 3-25
Hole Tool .3-25
Cut Feature .3-28
Browser 4-6
Base Feature .4-6
Symmetric Option 4-8
Local Update 4-13
Creating a Placed Feature 4-14
Hole Tool .4-14
To Next Option 4-16
Profile Sketch .6-18
Edit Sketch .6-20
Edit Feature 6-20
Symmetric Option 7-15
Feature Suppression .7-22
Material Properties .7-29
Angled Work Plane 9-9
Offset Work Plane 9-15
Revolve Command .10-10
Mirror Command .10-11
Mirror Plane .10-11
Circular Pattern 10-18
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Revolve Feature .11-9
Offset Work Plane 11-10
Loft Command .11-14
Fillet, 3D 11-19
Shell Command 11-20
Rectangular Pattern 11-24
Sweep Path .11-26
Sweep Section 11-28
Swept Feature 11-30
Mirror Features 12-19
Threads and Coil 13-7
Section 5: Assemblies
Objectives: Creating Assemblies, Viewing Assemblies, Animation Assemblies,
Adaptive Features, Parts, and Subassemblies.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
Performance Task Chapter – Page
Assembly Modeling Methodology 13-4
Assembly Module 13-8
Place Component .13-9
Degrees of Freedom .13-11
Assembly Constraints 13-12
Mate Constraint 13-15
Constrained Move 13-17
Flush Constraint .13-18
Insert Constraint .13-21
Move Component .13-23
Create Component .13-26
Adaptive .13-28
Delete Constraints 13-30
Content Center .14-3
Assembly Module 14-6
Place Component .14-7
Constraint Command .14-9
Mate Constraint 14-9
Degrees of Freedom .14-10
Content Center – Fastener 14-11
Constrained Move 14-11
Cylindrical Pins 14-12
Angle Constraint 14-21
Edit Angle 14-23
Analyze Interference 14-23
Drive Constraint .14-24
Collision Detection 14-27
3D Grips .14-28
Place Component .15-22
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Joint Command 15-24
Rotational .15-25
Degrees of Freedom .15-26
Rigid .15-28
Flip Component .15-29
Contact Solver 15-33
Contact Set .15-33
Constrained Move 15-35
Section 6: Drawings
Objectives: Create drawings.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
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Drawing Mode .8-4
Drawing Sheet Format .8-6
Styles and Standard Editor .8-6
Third Angle of Projection 8-6
Drawing Resources 8-8
Sheet Formats .8-8
Delete Sheet .8-10
Activate Sheet 8-10
Edit Sheet .8-10
Base View 8-11
Projected View .8-12
Edit View .8-13
Repositioning Views 8-14
Annotation Tab 8-15
Retrieve Dimensions 8-15
Reference Dimensions .8-19
Center Mark .8-20
Centerline Bisector .8-20
Text 8-23
Delete View .8-27
3D Annotations 8-27
Center Lines .8-31
Leader Text 8-32
Format Text 8-33
Diameter Symbol .8-33
Auxiliary View .9-3
Drawing Mode .9-18
Edit Sheet .9-18
Base View 9-19
Auxiliary View .9-20
Drawing Annotation Tool 9-22
Retrieve Dimensions 9-23
Edit View .9-24
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Select Dimensions 9-25
Arrowheads Inside .9-26
Center Mark 9-28
Centerline Bisector .9-28
Text 9-31
Define New Border 10-21
Define New Title Block .10-22
Drawing Template .10-24
Section View 10-25
Hidden Line Removed .10-26
Retrieve Dimensions 10-28
Centered Pattern .10-32
Arrowheads Inside .10-33
Single Dimension Line 10-33
Centerline Bisector .10-34
Drawing Mode .12-27
Base View 12-27
Projected View .12-29
Sheet Metal View .12-29
Flat Pattern View .12-30
Drawing Annotation Tool 12-31
Center Mark .12-31
Retrieve Dimensions 12-32
Assembly Drawing .13-32
Parts List 13-34
Edit Parts List .13-35
iProperties 13-37
Balloon .13-39
Bill of Materials .13-41
Export Bill of Materials .13-41
Section 7: Visualization
Objectives: Create Rendered Images, Animate an Assembly.
Certification Examination Covered in this book on
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Drive Constraint .14-24
Minimum Button 14-24
Forward Button 14-24
Reverse Button .14-25
Record 14-25
Increment Option .14-26
Repetitions Option .14-26
Collision Detection 14-27
Joint Command 15-24
Rotational .15-25
Rigid .15-28
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Flip Component .15-29
Drive Tool 15-31
Contact Solver 15-33
Contact Set .15-33
INDEX
AAc
tivate, 8-10
Additive Manufacturing, 10-2
Adaptive, 14-28
Adaptive Design Approach, 14-3, 14-26
Alignment, Break, 8-14
Analyze Interference, 15-23
Angle Constraint, 14-12
Angled Work Plane, 9-9
Annotation Toolbar, 8-15
ANSI-A, Title Block, 9-19
ANSI Standard, 8-7
Application Options, 7-5
Arc, Center Point Arc, 7-13
Arrowheads Inside, 8-18
Assemble, 15-16
Assembly Modeling Methodology, 14-4
Assembly Constraints, 14-12
Associative Functionality, 8-3, 8-24
Autodesk Inventor, Startup, 1-8
Auto Dimension, 5-13, 6-13
AutoCAD DWG Layout, 16-8
Auxiliary Views, 9-3, 9-20
BBa
lloon, 14-39
Base Component, 14-9
Base Feature, 3-8
Base View, 9-21
Base Orphan Reference Node, 7-3
Bill of Materials (BOM), 14-41
Binary Tree, 3-4
Block, Solids, 3-3
BOM, 14-41
Boolean Intersect, 3-3
Boolean Operations, 3-3
BORN, 7-3
Border, New, 11-21
Bottom Up Approach, 14-4
Boundary Representation (B-rep), 1-6
Browser Window, 1-11, 4-3, 4-6
Buttons, Mouse, 1-14
CCA
E, 1-3
Canceling Commands, 1-14
Cartesian Coordinate System, 2-7
Center Line Bisector, 8-20
Center Mark, 8-20
Center of Gravity, 4-22
Center Point Arc, 7-13
Center-Point Circle, 2-31
Centered Pattern, 11-32
Child, 7-3
Choose Template, 3-7
CIRCLE, Center Point, 2-31
Circular Pattern, 11-18
Click and Drag, 6-8
Coil and Thread, 14-7
Coincident Constraint, 2-11, 5-7
Colinear Constraint, 5-7
Collision Detection, 15-27, 16-30
Computer Geometric Modeling, 1-3
Concentric Constraint, 2-11, 5-7
Constrained Move, 14-17
Constraint, Delete, 5-12
Constraints, Geometric, 2-11, 5-3, 5-7
Constraints Settings, 5-18
Constraint, Show, 5-5
Constraints Box, 5-6
Constraints Box, Pin, 5-6
Constraints and Load (FEA), 17-14
Construction Geometry, 11-13
Construction Lines, 11-15
Constructive Solid Geometry, 3-3
Contact Set, 16-31
Contact Solver, 16-33
Content Center, 15-3, 15-11
Coordinate Systems, 2-7
Copy, 16-9
Copy Component, 15-15
Create Component, 14-26
Create Feature, Extrude, 14-27
CSG, 1-6, 3-3
Cut, All, 2-33Index-2 Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
Cut, Boolean, 3-3
Cut, Extrude, 2-33
Cutting Plane Line, 11-26
Cylindrical Pins, 15-12
DDa
shed Line, Constraint, 2-11
Data management, 1-16
Default Sketch Plane Setting, 7-5
Define New Border, 11-21
Define New Title Block, 11-22
Degrees of Freedom (DOF), 14-11
Delete Assembly Constraints, 14-30
Delete Constraints, 5-12
Delete Dimension, Drawing, 8-18
Delete Feature, 7-23
Design Intent, 1-7, 2-3, 3-8
Design Reuse, 2D, 16-3
Design the Way You Think, 1-7
Difference, Boolean, 3-3
Dimensions, Retrieve, 9-23
Dimension Display, 3-12
Dimension, Edit, 2-15
Dimension Format, 3-12
Dimension General, 2-12
Dimension Style, 8-8
Dimension Type, Aligned, 9-23
Dimension Reposition, 3-13
Dimensional Constraints, 5-3, 5-12
Dimensional Values, 5-21
Dimensional Variables, 5-21
DIN Standard, 8-7
Direct Adaptive Design, 1-7, 14-3
Display Modes, 2-25
Distance, Holes, 3-25
DMLS, 10-4
Document Settings, 3-12
DOF Visibility, 14-11
Drag Geometry, 5-10
Drawing Annotation, 8-15
Drawing Layout, 8-3
Drawing Mode, 8-5
Drawing Resources, 8-9
Drawing Review Panel, 16-5
Drawing Screen, 1-11
Drawing Sheet Formats, 8-9
Drawing Sheet Formats, Editing, 8-11
Drawing Template, 11-24
Drawing Units Setup, 8-8
Drawing Views, Scale, 8-13
Drill Size, 3-26
Drive Constraint, 16-29
Drive Constraint – Record, 15-25
Driven Dimensions, 5-11
DWG Files, 16-3
Dynamic Pan, 2-20
Dynamic Rotation, 2-21
Dynamic Viewing, 2-20
Dynamic Viewing, Quick Keys, 2-20
Dynamic Zoom, 2-20
EEB
AM, 10-4
Edit Dimension, 4-13
Edit Feature, 4-17
Edit Model Dimension, 8-26, 11-30
Edit Parts List, 14-35
Edit Sheet, 8-10
Edit Sheets, 8-10
Edit Sketch, 4-18
Edit View, 8-13
Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing,
10-4
Equal Constraint, 5-7
Equations, 5-24
Esc, 1-14
EXIT, 1-20
Exit Marker, 2-19
Exploded View, Assembly, 14-23
Extend, 6-11
Extrude, 2-16
Extrude, Create Feature, 14-27
Extrude, Cut, 2-36
Extrude, Cut, All, 2-33
Extrude, Direction, 2-30
Extrude, Join, 3-21
Extrude, Join, To, 4-11
Extrude, Symmetric, 4-8
Extrude, To Next, 4-16
FF2
, Pan, 2-20Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor Index-3
F3, Zoom, 2-20
F4, 3D Rotate, 2-21
F6, Isometric View, 2-17
Face, 13-13
FDM, 10-4, 10-7, 10-9
Feature Based Modeling, 1-7
Feature, Delete, 7-23
Feature Dimensions, Retrieve, 8-15
Feature, Edit Sketch, 4-18
Feature, Pattern, 11-13
Feature, Rename, 4-12
Feature, Show Dimensions, 4-13
Feature Suppression, 7-22
FFF, 10-7
File menu, 1-12
FILLET, 2-D, 4-19
FILLET, 3-D, 12-19
Fillet, Radius, 4-19
Finish Sketch, 2-16
Finite Element Analysis (FEA), 17-2
FEA Simulation, 17-12
Solver (FEA), 17-16
First Angle Projection, 8-7
Fix Constraint, 5-7
Flange and Contour Flange, 13-25
Flat Pattern, 13-25, 13-30
Flattened Length, 13-26
Flip Direction, Extrude, 3-21
Flush Constraint, 14-13, 14-18
Fold Feature, 13-23
Fold Location, 13-23
Format, Dimensions, 3-12
Format Text, 9-30
Fully Constrained Geometry, 5-4
Fused Deposition Modeling, 10-4, 10-7,
10-9
Fused Filament Fabrication, 10-7
GGB
Standard, 8-7
General Dimension, 2-12
General Dimension, Drafting, 8-19
Get Model Dimension, 8-16
Getting Started Toolbar, 1-8
Geometric Constraint, 5-3, 5-7
Geometric Constraint Symbols, 2-11
Global Space, 2-7
Graphics Cursor, 2-10
Graphics Window, 1-11
GRID Display Setup, 3-9
HH
elp, 1-15
Help Line, 1-13
Help Options, 1-15
Hidden Edge, Display, 2-25
Hidden Line Removed, 8-11
Hidden Line Removed, Section View,
11-25
Hide All Constraints, 5-6
Hide Dimensions, 8-17
Hide Values, 8-17
History Access, 4-3
History-Based Modifications, 4-3, 4-17
History Tree, 4-3
Hole, Placed Feature, 3-25
Holes, Through All, 4-15
Horizontal Constraint, 2-11, 5-7, 5-8
HTML Report, 17-24
II
AM, 1-10
IDW, 1-10
Indicator, 3D, 1-11
Insert Constraint, 14-12, 14-14, 14-21
Interference Analysis, 15-3
INTERSECT Boolean, 3-3
Inventor English Templates, 11-24
IPN, 1-10
iProperties, Drawing, 4-21
Author, 11-23
Checked By, 11-23
Creation Date, 11-23
Eng Approved, 11-23
Title, 11-23
IPT, 1-10
ISO Standard, 8-7
Isometric View, 2-17
J
JIS Standard, 8-7Index-4 Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
JOIN, Boolean, 3-3
Join, Extrude, 3-21
Joint Connection, 16-22
KKFactor, 13-6
LLa
ser Sintering, 10-4, 10-8
Leader, Text, 8-27
Leading Zeros, 8-8
LINE Command, 2-10
Line Weight Setting, 8-7
Linear Diameter, 11-7, 11-8
Local Coordinate System (LCS), 2-7
Local Element Size (FEA), 17-20
Local Update, 4-13
Loft, 12-3, 12-14
Look At, 7-17
LS, 10-4, 10-8
MM
ate Constraint, 14-12, 14-13
Materials, 14-37
Measure Area, 3-14
Measure Distance, 3-14
Mesh, 17-16
Message Area, 1-11
Middle Out Approach, 14-4
Mirror Feature, 11-11
Mirror Plane, 11-11
Model-Based Definition, 8-4, 8-27
Model Dimensions Format, 3-10
Model Space, 8-5
Model Parameters, 5-24
Modeling Process, 2-3
Modify Dimensions, 3-12, 4-13
Motion Analysis, 15-3
Mouse Buttons, 1-14
Move Component, 14-23
NN
avigationWheel, 2-23
New, Open, 1-10
New Drawing, 9-18
New File, 9-18
New Part, 5-19
New Single User Project, 1-17
No New Sketch, 7-5
OOb
ject Visibility, 9-11
Offset Features, 6-23
Offset, Work Plane, 9-15
On-Line Help, 1-15
Options, Application, 7-5
Orbit, 3D, 2-21
Orbit, Navigation Wheels, 2-23
Order of Features, 3-8
Orthographic Camera, 2-25
Orthographic Projections, 8-12
Orthographic vs. Perspective, 2-25
Over-Constraining, 5-11
PPa
n Button, 8-23
Pan Realtime, 2-20
Paper Space, 8-5
Parallel Constraint, 2-11, 5-7
Parent/Child Relations, 7-3
Parameters, 5-24
Parametric, 1-7
Parametric, Benefits, 1-7
Parametric Equations, 5-24
Parametric Modeling, 1-7
Parametric Part Modeling Process, 2-3
Part Browser, 4-6
Parts List, 14-34
Paste, 16-10
Pattern, 11-13
Pattern Leader, 11-13
Perpendicular Constraint, 2-11, 5-7
Perspective View, 2-25
Physical Properties, iProperties, 4-21
Pin icon, Assembly, 14-10
Place Component, 14-9
Place Constraint, 14-12
Placed Feature, 3-25
Precision, 8-25
Primitive Solids, 3-3
Profile, 5-3, 6-19, 6-21Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor Index-5
Profile Button, 2-32
Projected Geometry, 9-10
Projects, 1-16
Project Geometry, 7-7
Projected Views, 8-12
Pull-down Menus, 1-11
QQu
ick Access Toolbar, 1-11
Online Help System, 1-12
Quit, 1-20
RRa
pid Prototyping, 10-3
Record, Drive Constraint, 15-25
RECTANGLE Command, 3-10
Rectangular Pattern, 12-28
Reference Dimensions, 8-19
Reference Geometry, 7-3, 7-4
Reference Planes, 7-4, 7-6
Refinement (FEA), 17-18
Relations, 5-3
Remove, Auto Dimension, 6-17
Remove Faces, 12-20
Rename, Feature, 4-12
Rendering, 2-25
Repositioning Views, 8-14
Retrieve Dimensions, 9-23
Retrieve all model dimensions on view
placement, 11-28
Revolve, 11-10
Revolve, Full, 11-10
Revolved Feature, 11-3
Ribbon, 1-12
Rotate Component, 14-23
Rotation Axis, 11-19
Rough Sketches, 2-9
SSA
VE, 2-37
Save Border, 11-22
Save Title Block, 11-22
Scale Realtime, 2-20
Scale, Section View, 11-26
Screen Layout, 1-11
Scroll Box, 2-11
Section Views, 11-25
Select Dimensions, 8-16
Select View, 8-16
Select Features, 9-23, 11-28
Select Parts, 9-23
Selective Laser Sintering, 10-4, 10-8
Shaded, Display, 2-25
Sheet Formats, 8-9
Sheet Metal Modeling, 13-5
Sheet Metal View, 13-29
SHELL, 12-3, 12-20
Show Constraints, 5-5
Show Dimensions, 4-13
Show Scale, Section View, 11-27
Single Dimension Line, 8-19
Single Line Help, 1-11
SIZE and LOCATION, 5-3
Sketch, Command, 2-8
Sketch Plane, 2-7
Sketch Plane Setting, 7-5
Sketch Toolbar, 1-11
SLA, 10-3, 10-6
Slicer, 10-11
SLS, 10-4, 10-8
Slot, 7-8
STL, save as, 10-17
Snap Interval Setup, 3-9
Snap to Grid Option, 3-9
Solid Modeler, 1-6
Solver (FEA), 17-17
Startup Window, 1-9
Status Bar Area, 1-11
Stereolithography, 10-3, 10-6
STL, 10-3
Stress Analysis Module, 17-11
Style and Standard Editor, 7-29
Styles Editor, 8-7
Style Option, Construction/Normal,
11-16
Suppress Features, 7-22
Surface Modeler, 1-6
Sweep, 12-3, 12-26
Sweep Path, 12-30
Sweep Section, 12-28
Swept Feature, 12-4, 12-26
Symmetrical Features, 11-3Index-6 Parametric Modeling with Autodesk Inventor
TTa
ble Layout, 14-36
Tangent Constraint, 2-11, 5-7, 14-12,
14-14
Tangent Edges, 8-13
Template, Drawing, 11-24
Text, Creating, 8-23
Text Leader, 8-31
Thin Shell, 12-20
Third Angle Projection, 8-7
Thread, 14-7
3D Grips, 15-28
Three Dimensional Annotations in
Isometric Views, 8-27
Through All, 3-26
Title Block, Additional, 11-36
Title Block, New, 11-22
Trim and Extend, 6-11
Toolbars, 1-11
Tools, 3-12
Top Down Approach, 14-4
2D Design Reuse, 16-8
Two-Dimensional View, 2-21
Two-Point Rectangle, 3-10
UUn
do, 16-11
Union, Boolean, 3-3
Units Setup, 1-10
Units Setup, Metric, 3-7
Unsuppress Features, 7-22
UPDATE Part, 4-13, 8-25
User Coordinate System (UCS), 2-7
User Parameters, 5-24
VVe
rtical Constraint, 2-11, 5-7
View, Edit, 8-13
View, Scale, 8-13
View, Style, 8-13
View Cube, 2-22
Visibility, 7-6
WWh
at’s New, 1-9
Wireframe Ambiguity, 1-5
Wireframe, Display, 2-25
Wireframe Modeler, 1-5
Work Axis, 7-6
Work Features, 9-3
Work plane, 9-3
Work Plane, Angle, 9-9
Work Plane, New, 9-9
Work Plane, Offset, 9-15
Work Plane, Visibility, 7-6
World Space, 2-7
XXY
-Plane, 7-4
XZ-Plane, 7-24
YYZ
-Plane, 7-4
ZZo
om All, 9-32
ZOOM Realtime, 2-20
Zoom, Navigation Wheel, 2-23
ZX-Plane, 7-4

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