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Skeleton Modeling Basics
Skeleton Modeling Basics
Welcome back to our tutorials on working with Autodesk Inventor software. In this installment, we examine a lesser-known assembly-modeling technique often referred to as skeleton or master model modeling.
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Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
Using 2d Editing Commands On 3d Models
Many AutoCAD commands that you use to edit 2D objects work on 3D objects as well, some with special options for 3D. In this article I discuss how the familiar 2D editing commands work on 3D objects.
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Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Back To Basics: Entering 3d Coordinates
Tutorial on cartesian, cylindrical, spherical and world coordinates.
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Slicing A Cake
Slicing A Cake
Using the Slice command in AutoCAD to cut a plate joint into pieces.
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3d Tutorial: Draw A Glass
3d Tutorial: Draw A Glass
This tutorial will create a drinking glass. I used the measurements of one that I had in my kitchen.
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Transitioning From 2d To 3d Autocad Drawings 111
Transitioning From 2d To 3d Autocad Drawings 111
Selecting all the diffuser blocks and move them to the ceiling in AutoCAD.
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How Do I Remove A Fillet From A 3d Solid?
How Do I Remove A Fillet From A 3d Solid?
AutoCAD software has some great 3D capabilities, which is why I`ve always been a proponent of AutoCAD 3D.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Sections
Autocad 3d Modeling: Sections
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Align
Autocad 3d Modeling: Align
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3d Orbit, Programming, And Some Useful Techniques
3d Orbit, Programming, And Some Useful Techniques
Tips on viewing 3D objects using 3D orbit tool, making your desired shortcuts, creating a Wipeout Object in AutoCAD.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: User Coordinate System
Autocad 3d Modeling: User Coordinate System
Every drawing is equipped with a coordinate system called WCS or rather World Coordinate System. The WCS is fixed and you cannot change its location or orientation. Instead the User Coordinate System or rather UCS is used. You can move or rotate UCS in any direction. The placement of objects is based on the current UCS so you can even use 2D commands to create objects in 3D space with various orientations.
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Autocad Q&a: How Do I Remove A Fillet From A 3d Solid?
Autocad Q&a: How Do I Remove A Fillet From A 3d Solid?
Does anyone have a suggestion about how to `un-fillet` a solid? I rounded some corners and I want them squared again.
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Autocad 3d Modeling: Fillet And Chamfer
Autocad 3d Modeling: Fillet And Chamfer
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Wcs & Ucs In 3d Solid Modeling
Wcs & Ucs In 3d Solid Modeling
understanding 3D coordination systems involving WCS, UCS, elevation and XY plane in AutoCAD, Mohmed Zuber Shaikh, AUGI, May 2006 (may require free registration)
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How Do I Convert A 3d Model Into A 2d Drawing?
How Do I Convert A 3d Model Into A 2d Drawing?
Many AutoCAD users who produce 3D models eventually convert views of their 3D models into 2D line drawings.
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