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The Seven Deadly Sins of 3D Part Modeling – Part 03 Singularities

The Seven Deadly Sins of 3D Part Modeling Part 03

Have you ever tried to model a shape with Autodesk Inventor and failed? I have, many times!

In the previous post in this series, we learned about the 3D Modelling deadly sins of ‘Near Coincidence’ and ‘Sliver faces’ [Please link to post 02 in this series] ,

Laurel Workman

Inventor 101: Shape Generator

Shape generator within Autodesk Inventor may seem like magic to engineers and designers of the past, but it’s now a completely practical and useful tool in the design process. By running shape generator on a part design, you can find options of how to reduce mass or weight all the while maintaining strength under certain loading conditions.

Trevor English

The 7 Deadly Sins of 3D Part Modelling – Part 02 – Near Coincidence

Have you ever tried to model a shape with Autodesk Inventor and failed? I have, many times!

In the previous post in this series, we learned about the 3D Modelling deadly sins of ‘High Curvature’ and ‘Near Tangency’, and we learned how to avoid them!

Laurel Workman

Quick Tip: Tangent Constraint

Adding constraints to your designs within Autodesk Inventor is a crucial step in every assembly process. However, sometimes constraints aren’t as simple as just faces or centerlines. If you need a component to stay tangent to another part in your assembly, then the tangent constraint is exactly what you want to use.

Trevor English

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