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Autodesk Inventor 8 Essentials

Autodesk Inventor 8 Essentials

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In this exercise, you create a 3D Rack Slide part using the dimensions and geometry
shown below. Create a new part file and using the concepts and techniques learned in
this chapter, create a 3D model of the geometry described below. Name your part file
Rack-Slide.ipt.

To navigate to the exercise in the Electronic Student Workbook:

1.From the Main table of contents page, click Chapter 3: Creating to Simple Sketched

Features

2.From the table of contents for Chapter 3: Creating to Simple Sketched Features, click
Challenge Exercise: Creating Simple Sketched Features

The completed exercise is shown in the following image.

Rack Slide Dimensions

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Copyright © 2004 Autodesk, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Chapter Summary

Summary

Summary

You learned the following in this chapter:

The concept of creating sketched features and sharing sketches.

How to identify consumed and unconsumed sketches.

To use the Sketch tool to create new sketches.

How to create new sketches on existing part faces.

Different ways to create reference geometry from existing part edges.

To create and edit extrude features using the Extrude tool.

The effect of feature relationships on geometry.

How to specify termination options when using the Extrude tool.

To create and edit revolve features using the Revolve tool.

The effect of feature relationships on geometry when using the Revolve tool.

Chapter 3: Introduction to Sketched Features

178

Introduction to Work
Features

Chapter Introduction

In this chapter you learn about...

Locating and utilizing the default work planes.

Creating new work planes using several different
methods.

Controlling the appearance of work planes

Editing work planes.

Locating and utilizing the default work axes

Create work axes.

Different methods for defining work axes.

Controlling the appearance of work axes.

Redefining a work axis after you have created it.

Locating and utilizing the default work point.

Creating work points.

Different methods for defining work points

Controlling the appearance of work points.

Redefining a work point after you have created it.

In this chapter

After completing this chapter,
you will be able to...

Locate and utilize the
default work features.

Create work planes.

Create work axes.

Create work points.

Control the appearance of
work features.

Redefine work features.

Chapter 4: Introduction to Work Features

180

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