Turner's Cube - Designing in AutoDesk Inventor Pro 2012

Intro: Turner's Cube - Designing in AutoDesk Inventor Pro 2012

Using Autodesk Inventor Pro 2012 with a free 6 mo license from a membership with the TechShop SF http://techshop.ws I designed this Turner's cube for my beginning milling project: https://www.instructables.com/id/Turners-Cube-A-Beginner-CNC-Milling-Project/


In this two part video I'll show you the basics of AutoDesk Inventor while designing a Turner's Cube.

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    Xyver

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I like it :) This helped me make my model. I took it a step further though, and added the undercuts. Check it out!

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Turners-Cube-Manual-Machine/

    The file is on the intro step. I first made a model in Google Sketchup, but once I got autodesk the model became much nicer :P I made the autodesk model after I made the physical model though. It's funny how we ended up using the exact same dimensions.

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