Inserting iFeatures into a part


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Inserting iFeatures into a part

Now that we've learned how to create the eye feature, let's go ahead and look at how we can place the eye feature. We're going to do this by starting with a blank part. We'll click New on the toolbar, select standard.ipt as the template and click Create. Now to begin, we're going to need a base feature. In the previous movie when we were authoring the part, the holes were placed on a flat plate. That was the base feature. So let's go ahead and create that. I'm going to go ahead and right click into graphics window and select create new sketch. And I'm going to select a plane to sketch on in the graphics.

Next I'm going to right click in the graphics window and select two point rectangle. And I'll left click on the center point to locate the starting point of the rectangle. From there, I'm going to use my head's up display. I'm going to enter three as my value for my length. I'm going to hit tab on my keyboard and I'm going to enter two for the h...

Inserting iFeatures into a part
Video duration: 6m 10s 8h 36m Beginner Updated May 19, 2014

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Inserting iFeatures into a part provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by John Helfen as part of the Inventor 2014 Essential Training

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