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Autodesk Inventor - Sculpting

Autodesk Inventor - Sculpting

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Published by Ndianabasi Udonkang

This is a continuation of my uploads of any Autodesk Inventor tutorial

file that I lay my hands on. Most of these files are from Autodesk skill

builder site. Datasets are meant to be downloaded for most of the

tutorials here. So kindly go to

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/autoindex?

siteID=123112&id=3365505&linkID=9242016. Browse through the index to

located the corresponding tutorial there.

Kindly subscribe to my profile to receive updates. You can join Autodesk

student community, Autodesk University, and Autodesk Manufacturing

community. If you have comments email me at

ndianabasi.udonkang@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you.

This is a continuation of my uploads of any Autodesk Inventor tutorial

file that I lay my hands on. Most of these files are from Autodesk skill

builder site. Datasets are meant to be downloaded for most of the

tutorials here. So kindly go to

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/autoindex?

siteID=123112&id=3365505&linkID=9242016. Browse through the index to

located the corresponding tutorial there.

Kindly subscribe to my profile to receive updates. You can join Autodesk

student community, Autodesk University, and Autodesk Manufacturing

community. If you have comments email me at

ndianabasi.udonkang@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you.

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Sculpt
In this Skill Builder, you use the Sculpt tool on a supplied sample file to create complex part shapes. So you can refer to the finishedproduct, the sample file is delivered in a finished state. To complete the Skill Builder, you roll back the End of Part marker, delete theexisting sculpt features, and then re-create the sculpt features using the remaining surface geometry.Sculpt uses surfaces, faces, or work planes in selection sets to define 3D regions where material is either removed or added. Surfacesand faces created using complex lofts or sweeps can produce quite sophisticated shapes. A sculpt can take that sophistication to thenext level. Sculpt gives you the ability to create complex and refined solid shapes that would otherwise be very difficult if not impossibleto construct.Download the associated zip file, extract, and then open the part. The solid portions of this part were created using three sculpts: two todefine the pitcher body and one to define the handle.
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Fillets and rounds were then added to finish the part.The time-consuming portion of the Sculpt workflow consists in creating the defining geometry, such as lofted surfaces, in the neededpositions and desired shapes. Like anything else, you get what you pay for: to get the desired sculpt shape, you will probably need tospend a fair amount of time creating and adjusting the defining surface geometry. By comparison, the sculpt operation itself is very
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quick. Keep in mind that sculpt is like other workflows within Inventor: it pays to plan before you begin your modeling work so that your design will be as simple, economical, and robust as possible.Note: For expediency, the skill builder reviews various details of how the defining geometry was created but you will not need to createthat geometry.To begin, drag the End of Part marker just below the
Sculpt – interior 
node.Select both sculpt nodes, right-click, and then select Delete.If the Delete Features dialog box appears, remove the check mark next to
consumed sketches and features
. Click OK.The three lofted surfaces used to define the pitcher body should remain.
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