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This is an opportunity to show what you know about Inventor. This is not intended to be a fully detailed instruction but more of a road map to get you started a give some direction. This is part 4 of a 6 part project. Please see the attached file for details.

Step 1: Create a New Weldment.iam

Create a new weldment.iam

Step 2: Place the Required Components

Place the required components in the assembly.

Step 3: Create a Duplicate

Place another grill support.

Step 4: Constrain Them All

Constrain every component except the grill assembly. See the customer general arrangement for offset dimensions for the extra grill supports. Hint use the tangent constraint with an offset.

Step 5: Stitch Weld It

Create a stitch weld using the Fillet Weld feature. You can decide on what ever size you wish.

Step 6: Constraint the Grill Assembly

Constraint the grill assembly in place. There should be a .125" offset to perfectly center it between the back plate.

Step 7: Place a Hex Head Fasteners From the Content Center

Place a hex head fasteners from the content center.

Step 8: Drag to Determine Length

Drag the double ended arrow to determine an appropriate length. Repeat this step for the 8 fasteners required. Hint you should only have 2 different sized fasteners for all 8 holes.

Step 9: Place a Hex Nuts From the Content Center

Place a hex nuts from the content center in all places as required.

Step 10: ​Place a Hex Nuts From the Content Center in All Places As Required.

Place a hex nuts from the content center in all places as required.

Step 11: ​Place Washers From the Content Center in All Places As Required.

Place washers from the content center in all places as required.

Step 12: ​Place Washers From the Content Center in All Places As Required.

Double washers at both connections to give appropriate spacing.

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