• Inventor Assembly
      Most often designs involve more than a single part but up to this point we have only created stand-alone parts. In this unit, you will create the parts of a simple object and then learn how to join them together with constraints in what's known as an assembly to represent the entire object. travel mug water bottle

      Your Task:
      In Inventor, design a coffee mug or water bottle with at least three parts. Save each part as a separate part file, for instance: body, lid, handle and hole cover.

      When finished, create an assembly (one of the choices when starting a new file in Inventor) of the parts to produce the whole design. The first part you "place" will be the base so you should choose the largest part. The teacher will help you with the assembly when you are finished modeling the parts of your design, just make sure that they fit together correctly.

    • . Create the object below in Inventor.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1" from the front view.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1.5" from the front view.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1" from the front view.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1.5" from the front view.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1" from the front view.
      • . Locate the auxiliary view 1" from the front view.
      • . Draw the front view and full section side view..

        • 1/2 inch squares
      • . Draw the front view and half section side view.

        • 1/2 inch squares
      • . Draw the front view and offset section side view through 3 holes.
      • . Draw the front view and full section side view.

        • 1/2 inch squares
      • . Draw the front & top view with broken out section through ¼ in. hole.
      • . Draw front & top view with middle revolved section.
      • . Draw in full scale then resize to half scale. Note: 10 in. diameter to middle of outer wheel.
      • . Draw in isometric perspective. Set snap style to isometric.
      • . Draw cavalier oblique at a 45° angle.
      • . Draw cabinet oblique at a 45° angle. Draw with given dims then scale to 0.03937.
      • . Draw in isometric perspective. Set snap style to isometric & use ellipses for circles.
      • . Draw in one-point perspective. Display a vanishing point 2" above and 3" to the right of the support.
      • . Draw in two-point perspective between vanishing points that are horizontally aligned and 18" apart.
      • : Draw object in cavalier oblique at 15° angle.
        : Draw object in one-point perspective. Show vanishing point.
    • Cottage See PDFs in Classes (S:\) folder.