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Prepare final drawings of your models.
|Category ||New Users |
|Time Required ||45 minutes |
|Tutorial Files Used ||hinge.idw |
Click and read the required Tutorial Files Installation Instructions at http://www.autodesk.com/inventor-tutorial-data-sets
. Then download the tutorial data sets and the required Tutorial Files Installation Instructions, and install the datasets as instructed.
Open and review a drawing, and then create and save a similar drawing. Work with parts lists and balloons in an assembly drawing.
It is likely that Archimedes created engineering drawings as early as 260 BC and da Vinci documented his designs in the 1500s using drawings. Although the common blueprint (in use since 1842) has faded from use, 3D digital prototypes are still documented using drawings. Often these drawings are for those people responsible for manufacturing. Digital drawing files today follow the standards defined for paper drawings. The creation of a design drawing remains the ultimate goal for a majority of engineers and designers.
- Complete the Parts 2and Assemblies tutorials.
- Understand the basics of the technical drawing process and industry standards, such as ANSI, ISO, and so on.
- Understand the material covered in the Help topic “Getting Started.”
- Click Application Options on the Options panel of the Tools tab. On the Application Options dialog box, click the Drawing tab and uncheck the option Edit dimension when created.
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