Inventor - Geometric Const Tools - Ch 6_rev07_10_2009

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First-Year Engineering Program P. 1 Computer-Aided Design  (CAD)      Geometric Construction  Tools   Inventor® 2010, Chapter 6   & Dimensioning Styles

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First-Year Engineering Program P. 2 In This Lesson You Will Learn: More ways to use Geometric  Construction Tools Figure Creation Figure Modification Using Constraints Auto Dimensioning (Remember that Auto  Dimensioning is a construction/constraint  tool and is not used for finished dimensions  on drawings)
First-Year Engineering Program P. 3 EXAMPLE Suppose you need to create an arc that is tangent at one end and coincident at the other.

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First-Year Engineering Program P. 4 EXAMPLE Step One: Create a step and circle
First-Year Engineering Program P. 5 EXAMPLE Step Two: Choose Coincident from the Sketch Panel Click on the corner then the circle to produce:

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First-Year Engineering Program P. 6 EXAMPLE Step Three: Choose Tangent from the Sketch Panel Click on the circle and then the line to produce
First-Year Engineering Program P. 7 EXAMPLE Step Four: sections. After left clicking on trim, place the cursor on a line segment to be removed. It will turn into a dashed line. Left click to remove.

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## This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENG 183 taught by Professor Murad during the Spring '11 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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