Hello, I would like to have more blueprints to practice in Inventor. Which one would you recommend?
Have a look a this https://archive.org/details/lowcosthydraulic493phil/page/2/mode/2up
I would not recommend blueprints but have a look at TFI on YouTube This guy if you follow his tutorials you will be almost able to construct anything in Inventor. Some time a bit long winded be a massive amount of Information.
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I recommend, as many times before, remodel real word objects. Get a Caliper and remodel things on your desk, your bathroom, your whatever.
@Tony, These are excellent. Just modeling parts is only half the job. We still need detail drawings. Finished detailed views (blueprints) like you’ve provided is what he has wisely asked for.
Being able to design/model a part is worthless if you can’t convey that information complete with design intent and tolerances to the fabricator.
I prefer draw parts that has access physically... Measure, draw, compare with real model
print cut sections and projected views in 1:1 scale in paper, cut, compare with the real model
Both sides are important. Understanding a sketch and being able to model it is important, and understanding real life objects and finding arcs and halfcircles is also important.
yes, I love your opinions, those measurements for real life must be perfect, to be manufactured.
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