Keeping extrusions connected with the To next face/body option


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Keeping extrusions connected with the To next face/body option

In the previous video, we covered how to create a base extrusion, and we looked at the through-all and distance termination types, along with some of the other settings. In this video, I want to focus on an additional termination type. I'm going to go ahead and create a new 2D sketch by selecting this interface of the model, and using the Heads-up display to create a new sketch. We rotate into viewing the sketch, but you'll notice the graphics are in the way. If you right-click the graphics window, there is an option to select Slice Graphics, which is F7 on your keyboard.

What that'll do is temporarily slice the graphics away so you can clearly see the sketch you're working with. I can then right-click and select Center Point Circle. And I'll locate this in the center of this part near the top, and I'll set the diameter of the circle to .25. Hitting enter on my keyboard will create that shape and I can then right-click and select General Dimension to finish adding dimensions to...

Keeping extrusions connected with the To next face/body option
Video duration: 4m 29s 8h 36m Beginner Updated May 19, 2014

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Keeping extrusions connected with the To next face/body option provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by John Helfen as part of the Inventor 2014 Essential Training

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