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Designing Adaptive Inventor Sheet Metal Parts and Assemblies with iLogic
Instructional Demo    MFG219625
Scott Hallmark
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Description

Come to this class to learn how to create a simple sheet metal hopper using iLogic and adaptivity in Inventor software.

Key Learnings

  • Discover the Skeletal Solid
  • Learn how to apply the sheet metal parts to the skeleton using adaptivity
  • Learn how to create the iLogic rules and form
  • Learn how to drive the assembly

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I am a Mechanical Designer for Physical Security, LLC in Bessemer, AL. I have previously been in the Autodesk Reseller Channel since 2007 specializing in Autodesk Inventor, Factory Design, AutoCAD Plant 3D and P&ID, as well as Autodesk ReCap and BIM 360 Configurator. I am the developer of Steel Supports Bundle for Plant 3D currently being distributed by Applied Software (www.asti.com/SteelSupports).
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