from Civil to Inventor

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Inventor – 3D Intersection Curve

We recently reviewed Garin Gardener’s 3D sketching post, and highlighted the 2D and 3D sketching.  There was 1 point remaining that we didn’t have time to get to:

3D Intersection Curve

3D Intersection Curve is a feature that intersects in 3 dimensional space, the projected geometry from 2D sketches on intersecting planes (did that make any sense?)

Here we have a 2D sketch as well as a work plane created for the second sketch.

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We need a new 2D sketch on the work plane. Don’t forget to project the geometry needed to work from (I used the endpoint of the line in the first sketch.  See below)

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February 11, 2009 Posted by | 2009, 2D Environment, 3D Features | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Inventor – 3D Sketch tips

This post has been moved over to http://johnevansdesign.net/2009/02/09/inventor-3d-sketch-tips/

February 9, 2009 Posted by | 2009, 2D Environment, 3D Features | , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments