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This tutorial will show you to make a basic 3D model Using AutoDesk Inventor. We will using the line tool, the revolve command, and finish sketch command. This ...
Open AutoDesk Inventor. Wait for it to load up. It may take a few seconds. Click new then select the format Standard.ipt. The circle shows the right one
Start with the base of the witch hat with the circular rim. Make a 1 inch line on or parallel to the x axis.On the right end of ...
On the left end of the 1 inch make a vertical 1/8 of an inch line.
Make a line connecting to the 1/8 of an inch line going to the right that is 1/4 of an inch long.
Time to add height for the top of the hat. On the rightmost end of the line make a 3 inch vertical line
To make the diagonal make a line that connects to the top of the 3 inch line and to the end of the 1/4 inch line on left of the ...
Now its time to finish the sketch. Click the Finish Sketch command in the top right corner.
To revolve the sketch click on the revolve command shown in image 2. In the box click on profile box then click the middle of the sketch. Finally, ...
You have just made a basic sketch and a basic 3D model. I hope you have a better understanding on how to use AutoDesk Inventor. Thanks for viewing ...
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