CAD: Hollow Parts with the Shell Feature in Inventor 2014


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Hollowing parts with the shell feature

We're now ready to begin to looking at the shell feature in Inventor. I'm going to start a new part by clicking New on the toolbar, select standard.ipt, and select Create. With the blank part file, I'm going to start by creating a very simple shape, that we can use to explore the shell feature. I'll start by click create 2D Sketch, selecting one of the origin planes to sketch on, and create a simple rectangle. I'll right-click in the Graphics window and select two point rectangle, and I'll center the first point of the rectangle on the center of the sketch.

Using the heads up display I'll enter two inches for the length, hit Tab on my keyboard, and enter one for the other disks. I'll hit Enter on my keyboard to create that shape, and we can finish the sketch. Ill click on my Home button so we can see it a little more clearly. And we're now ready to extrude. If you right-click in the Graphics window, you can select Extrude and then it will select the entire profile,...

Hollowing parts with the shell feature
Video duration: 10m 16s 8h 36m Beginner Updated May 19, 2014

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Hollowing parts with the shell feature provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by John Helfen as part of the Inventor 2014 Essential Training

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