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1 Inventor Self-paced ecourse Autodesk Inventor Advanced Module 3 Hole Features Learning Outcomes When you have completed this module, you will be able to: 1 Describe center points and drilled, counterbored, countersunk and threaded. parametric hole features. 2 Describe and apply the CENTER POINT and HOLES commands to locate and create drilled, counterbored, countersunk and threaded parametric hole features in a part. Hole Features A hole feature is a parametric drilled, counterbored, countersunk or threaded hole. See Figure 3-1 and 3-2. The hole feature is created with the HOLE command and assigned properties such as diameter, depth, thread type and termination methods. Once a hole feature has been created in the part, it can be copied or arrayed in rectangular or circular pattern. The copied or arrayed holes only represent the original feature and if it is revised, all the holes that were copied or arrayed from it will automatically update. Figure 3-1 Hole Features Holes are created and located onto the sketch either in a specified location or onto a center point inserted and constrained on the sketch. You specify the hole on a preview image in the Hole dialogue box. Center Points The CENTER POINT command is used to create center points on a model. Center points locate the center of hole(s) that are automatically found by the HOLE command. Figure 3-2 Hole Features - Section View Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

2 3-2 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Study Figures 3-3 and 3-4. They show how the different types of holes created with the HOLE command are dimensioned in a multiview drawing. That will help insert holes that you create in the part. Drafting Lesson Holes Figure 3-3 Figure 3-4 Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

3 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Inventor Command: CENTER POINT The CENTER POINT command is used to create a center point on a part. The HOLE command automatically finds the center point(s). Shortcut: None When inserting a hole(s) on the part, use the HOLE command to do it rather then creating the holes using geometry as you have been doing up this point in the modules. They are easier to create and edit in the future. Inventor Command: HOLE The HOLE command is used to create parametric drilled, counterbored, countersunk, or threaded holes in a part. The depth of the holes can be specified. Shortcut: H Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

4 3-4 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Creating Hole Features Step 1 Ensure that the current project is set to Inventor Advanced Course. Start a new part using the template: English-Modules Part (In).ipt. Step 2 Save and name the part: Inventor Advanced Workalong (Figure Step 2) Step 3 Draw the Base sketch on the Top view (XY plane). Figure Step 2 Dimensioned Multiview Drawing Step 4 Project the Center Point onto the Base plane. Step 5 Using the multiview drawing shown above, create the base solid. Note the location of X0Y0Z0. (Figure Step 5) Figure Step 5 Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

5 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 6 Start a new sketch on the top plane. Enter the CENTER POINT command and place a center approximately in the center of the model. (Figure Step 6A and 6B) Figure Step 6A Figure Step 6B Author's Comments: To speed up the modeling process, the location of the center point can be approximated and then located exactly with dimensions. Step 7 Place two dimensions from the edges to the center point to constrain it onto the sketch. Finish the sketch. (Figure Step 7) Figure Step 7 Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

6 3-6 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 8 Enter the HOLE command. Set the counterbore hole. (Figure Step 8) Figure Step 8 Author's Comments: The HOLE command will automatically find the center point in the current or unconsumed sketch. Step 9 Start a new sketch on the right side of the model. Enter the CENTER POINT command and place a center point by snapping it to the center of the arc. Ensure that you snap to the center of the arc so the center point is constrained. It will not require any dimensions. (Figure Step 9A and 9B) Figure Step 9A Figure Step 9B Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

7 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 10 Finish the sketch and enter the HOLE command. In the Hole dialogue box, fill it in as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 10) Figure Step 10 Author's Comments When you set the hole termination to Through All as you did in Step 10, see figure right, it will go completely through the model even if there is a space between as it is in this model. Note how both holes were created. Step 11 Using the ORBIT command, orbit the model so that you are looking at the bottom as shown the figure. (Figure Step 11) Figure Step 11 Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

8 3-8 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 12 Start a new sketch on the bottom and place one center point and dimensions. (Figure Step 12) Figure Step 12 Step 13 Using RECTANGULAR PATTERN command, array the center point. (Figure Step 13) Figure Step 13 Step 14 While still in the Sketch mode, enter the HOLE command. In the Hole dialogue box, fill it out as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 14A and 14B) Figure Step 14A Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

9 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Figure Step 14B Step 15 Change the color to Clear Green 1 and change to the Home view. (Figure Step 15) Figure Step 15 Step 16 Save and close the part. The Key Principles in Module 3 1 When inserting holes on the part, use the HOLE command to do it rather then creating the holes using geometry as you have been doing up this point in the modules. They are easier to create and edit. 2 Insert center points to locate the center of holes rather then using geometry to locate the centers. This method is much faster and easier. 3 To speed up the modeling process, the location of the center point can be approximated and then located exactly with dimensions. Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

10 3-10 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 3-1 Time Allowed: 60 Min. Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 03-1 Project: Inventor Advanced Course Units: Millimeters Template: Metric-Modules Part (mm).ipt Color: Aluminum Cast Material: N/A Step 1 Locate the hole centers using center points and use the HOLE command to construct all holes. Use the CIRCULAR PATTERN command to array as many of the holes as possible. Draw the necessary sketches to construct the solid model shown below. Apply all of the necessary geometrical and dimensional constraints to maintain the objects shape. (Figure Step 1A, 1B, and 1C) Figure Step 1A Dimensioned Multiview Drawing Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

11 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Figure Step 1B Detail of Section View Figure Step 1C Completed Solid Model - Home View Step 2 Change the color of two faces of the model to Aluminum (Polished) to match the two views shown below. (Figure Step 2) Figure Step 2 Completed Solid Model - Bottom View Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

12 3-12 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 3-2 Time Allowed: 60 Min. Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 03-2 Project: Inventor Advanced Course Units: Inches Template: English-Modules Part (in).ipt Color: Aluminum Cast Material: N/A Step 1 Locate all hole centers using center points and use the HOLE command to construct all holes. Draw the necessary sketches to construct the solid model shown below. Apply all of the necessary geometrical and dimensional constraints to maintain the objects shape. (Figure Step 1A, 1B, and 1C) Figure Step 1A Completed Solid Model - Home View Figure Step 1B Dimensioned Multiview Drawing Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

13 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Figure Step 1C Detail of Section View Step 2 Change the color of the faces of the model to Aluminum (Polished) to match the views shown below. (Figure Step 2A and 2B) Figure Step 2B Completed Solid Model - Rotated View Figure Step 2A Completed Solid Model - Rotated View Hole Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 3

14 Inventor Self-paced ecourse Autodesk Inventor Module 13 Loft Features Advanced Learning Outcomes When you have completed this module, you will be able to: 1 Describe a loft. 2 Apply the LOFT command to blend or transition a solid that connects two or more planer sections or part faces of different shapes. Loft Features A loft feature, created with the LOFT command, is a blend or transition solid that connects two or more planer sections or part faces that usually have different shapes. The planer sections also called profiles. For example, you can create a solid that connects a circular and a rectangular shape as shown in Figure The LOFT command can create complex shapes like the ones used in commercial products. A good example of this would be a cellular phone. In this module, you will be learning how to create simple lofts. There is no limit to the number of sections that can be lofted in a single command. Figure 13-1 A Loft Inventor Command: LOFT The LOFT command is used to blend or transition a solid that connects two or more planer sections or part faces usually different shapes. Shortcut: Ctrl +Shift - L Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

15 C13-2 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Creating Loft Features Step 1 Start a new part using the template: English-Modules Part (In).ipt. Save and name the part: Inventor Advanced Workalong Step 2 Start a new sketch on the Right Side view and on it draw a square with lines and dimension them. (Figure Step 2) Step 3 Extrude the sketch 6 inches in the positive Z direction. (Figure Step 3) Figure Step 3 Figure Step 2 Step 4 Start a new sketch in the right side face and then return to model mode. (Figure Step 4) Author's Comments: The face of the part will be used so all you have to do is create a sketch for the LOFT command to use. Figure Step 4 Figure Step 5 Step 5 Create a work plane 8 inches from the right side face. (Figure Step 5) Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

16 C Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 6 Start a new sketch on the work plane. (Figure Step 6) Step 7 Use the VIEW FACE command to look perpendicular at the work plane. Draw a construction line snapping from one corner to the opposite corner. (Figure Step 7) Figure Step 7 Figure Step 6 Author's Comments: By snapping a construction line from corner to corner and then using the midpoint as the center of the circle no location dimensions are required to constrain the circle. Step 8 Draw a 6 Diameter circle snapping the center to midpoint of the line. (Figure Step 8) Figure Step 8 Step 9 Enter the LOFT command. In the Loft dialogue box, click Click to add in the Sections area. (Figure Step 9) Figure Step 9 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

17 C13-4 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 10 Select the edge of the face as first section. Click Click to add again in the Sections area. ( Figure Step 10) Figure Step 10 Step 11 Select the circle as the second section. (Figure Step 11) Figure Step 11 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

18 C Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 12 The LOFT command will display the lofted solid. Click OK to accept it. The completed loft should appear as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 12A and 12B) Figure Step 12B Figure Step 12B Step 13 On the front (ZX) plane, create a work plane though the center of the part and then enlarge it. (Figure Step 13) Figure Step 13 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

19 C13-6 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 14 Create a sketch on the work plane and draw the lines, add the fillets and dimensions as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 14) Figure Step 14 Step 15 Create a loft of the circular pipe along the path you just created. (Figure Step 15) Figure Step 15 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

20 C Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 16 Start a new sketch at the end of the cylinder you just created and complete the sketch. (Figure Step 16)) Step 17 Create a work plane offset 10 inches from the end of cylinder. (Figure Step 17) Figure Step 16 Figure Step 17 Step 18 Create a sketch on the work plane and change the view to Isometric. (Figure Step 18) Figure Step 18 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

21 C13-8 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 19 On the sketch draw a 8 in by 3 in rectangle. Ensure you constrain the sketch. (Figure Step 19) Figure Step 19 Step 20 Create a loft between the cylinder face and the rectangle. (Figure Step 20) Figure Step 20 Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

22 C Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 21 Shell the part with a width of 0.05 inches and remove both ends. (Figure Step 21) Figure Step 21 Step 22 Change the home view and the color to Aluminum Polished. (Figure Step 22) Figure Step 22 Step 23 Save and close the part. The Key Principles in Module 13 1 A loft feature is a blend or transition solid that connects two or more planer sections or part faces that usually have different shapes. The planer sections also called profiles. Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

23 C13-10 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 13-1 Time Allowed: 40 Min. Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 13-1 Project: Inventor Advanced Course Units: Millimeters Template: Metric-Modules Part (mm).ipt Color: Orange Material: N/A Step 1 Using the multiview drawing shown below, create the part using lofts. Draw it as a solid and when complete, create the shell. Apply all of the necessary geometrical and dimensional constraints to maintain the objects shape. (Figure Step 1A, 1B, and 1C) Hint: The bottom taper is easiest to create using a tapered extrusion. Figure Step 1A Completed Part - Home View Figure Step 1C Multiview Drawing Figure Step 1B Completed Part - Rotated View Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

24 C Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 13-2 Time Allowed: 50 Min. Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 13-2 Project: Inventor Advanced Course Units: Inches Template: English-Modules Part (in).ipt Color: Clear Green 1 Material: N/A Step 1 Using the multiview drawing shown below, create the part using a loft. Draw it as a solid and when complete, create the shell. Draw the thread using the THREAD command. Apply all of the necessary geometrical and dimensional constraints to maintain the objects shape. (Figure Step 1A, 1B, and 1C) Step 2 Except for the top, fillet the solid all edges, 0.05 inch radius, sides and bottom when complete. Text Specifications: Font: Tahoma Height: inches, Engraved Figure Step 1A Completed Part - Home View Figure Step 1B Completed Part - Front View Figure Step 1C Dimensioned Multiview Drawing Loft Features The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 13

25 Inventor Self-paced ecourse Autodesk Inventor Module 24 Weldments - Part 3 Advanced 222 Learning Outcomes When you have completed this module, you will be able to: 1 Describe how a weldment is machined after the welds have been created. Machining The third and final stage of completing a weldment is to create any post-weld machining that is required to the assembly. All welds must be created before the machining. To start the machining, right click the Machining item in the Browser bar. In the right-click menu, select Edit as shown in Figure Figure 24-2 shows a pre-machined weldment and the completed weldment after machining. Figure 24-1 Machining Figure 24-2 A Pre-Machined and a Completed Machined Weldment Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

26 24-2 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Machining a Weldment Step 1 Open the part Inventor Advanced Workalong 22-1.iam. (Figure Step 1) Step 2 Right click the Machining item in the Browser bar. In the right-click menu, click Edit. (Figure Step 2) Figure Step 2 Figure Step 1 Step 3 Start a new sketch on the top of the bottom plate. Enter the PROJECT GEOMETRY command and project the end and both edges of the bottom plate onto the sketch. (Figure Step 3) Figure Step 3 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

27 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 4 Insert two center points onto the sketch and dimension them. (Figure Step 4) Figure Step 4 Step 5 Using the HOLE command, create two counterbored holes. (Figure Step 5) Figure Step 5 Step 6 Your weldment should now appear as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 6) Figure Step 6 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

28 24-4 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 7 Start a new sketch on the right side of the assembly. (Figure Step 7) Figure Step 7 Step 8 Project the edges onto the sketch and draw and dimension the closed shape. (Figure Step 8) Figure Step 8 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

29 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 9 Extrude the shape through the assembly. (Figure Step 9) Step 10 Your completed weldment assembly will appear as shown in the figure. (Figure Step 10) Figure step 10 Step 11 Save and close the assembly. The Key Principles in Module 24 1 After you have prepared a weldment assemble and created the welds, the next step is to complete any machining required. Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

30 24-6 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 24-1 Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 22-1 Template: N/A Time Allowed: 40 Min. Project: Inventor Advanced Course Color: N/A Step 1 Open the weldment Inventor Advanced Lab 22-1.iam. Step 2 Start a new sketch on the front of the assembly and draw and dimension the circle as shown below. (Figure Step 2) Figure Step 2 Step 3 Extrude the circle through the assembly. (Figure Step 3) Figure Step 3 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

31 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 4 Rotate the model to look at the bottom. Start a new sketch and draw and dimension the shape shown on the figures below. (Figure Step 4A and 4B) Figure Step 4A Figure Step 4B Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

32 24-8 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 5 Extrude the shape through the model as shown. Step 6 Using array and mirror, create four slots. (Figure Step 6A and 6B) Figure Step 6A Home or Isometric View Figure Step 6B Step 7 Save and close the assembly. Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

33 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Lab Exercise 24-2 Name: Inventor Advanced Lab 22-2 Template: N/A Time Allowed: 50 Min. Project: Inventor Advanced Course Color: N/A Step 1 Open the weldment Inventor Advanced Lab 22-2.iam. Step 2 Create a new sketch on the top of the bottom plate and draw a 20x20 shape. (Figure Step 2) Figure Step 2 Step 3 Extrude the sketch. Insert 3 mm fillets and then array or mirror it to match the figure. (Figure Step 3) Figure Step 3 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

34 24-10 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 4 On a new sketch, draw and dimension as shown. (Figure Step 4) Figure Step 4 Step 5 Extrude the sketch to create the four holes as shown. (Figure Step 5) Figure Step 5 Step 6 On a new sketch, draw the shape shown. (Figure Step 6) Figure Step 6 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

35 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 7 Extrude and mirror and array to match the figure. (Figure Step 7) Figure Step 7 Step 8 Create the fillets. The large fillets are 25 mm radius and the small ones are 3 mm. (Figure Step 8) Figure Step 8. Step 9 On a new sketch draw and dimension a circle. (Figure Step 9) Figure Step 9 Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

36 24-12 Inventor Self-paced ecourse - Autodesk Inventor Advanced - Revised Step 10 Extrude the hole through model. (Figure Step 10) Figure Step 10 Figure Step 11 Step 11 Save and close the completed weldment. Weldments - Part 3 The CAD Guys Ltd. Copyright Module 24

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