Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Autodesk Inventor Tutorial--‘Vise’

Serial No. 105
Autodesk Inventor Tutorial--‘Vise’
In this part /assembly modeling tutorial of Autodesk Inventor we will create an assembly named ‘Vise’.After modeling it we will be able to create dynamic simulation of the model along with its exploded view, that would be used for presentation purpose. But these things are not displayed in the same video, to know this you will have to watch the related video tutorials. The links are mentioned below.
Lets get back to our main topic, the vise model has three sub-assemblies. Each assembly is has modeled part as well as content center parts. The parts are to be created individually not in context or with reference of other parts of the assembly, after wards they are placed into the assembly and by using assembly mates they are fitted according to the design.
So in this way viewers will be able to observe the application of many 2D sketching and 3D features of software along with usage of different mates.
See below the images of three subassemblies one after another..
Vise(Sub Assembly-1)Vise(Sub Assembly-2)Vise(Sub Assembly-3)


Click the following link to get the model file: - http://a360.co/10tKeyy

To create the Dynamic Simulation of this assembly visit the following link:--
Vise - Dynamic Simulation (Autodesk Inventor 2012)

To create the exploded views of this model visit the following link:-
Creation of Exploded View of a Model (Autodesk Inventor 2013)