Week 15- Project 1 - Authoring an Assembly Into Autodesk Inventor Publisher

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ME 24-688 – Week 15 Autodesk Inventor Publisher Project 1 1 Introduction to Autodesk Inventor Publisher® The following section will give an overview of some of the major user interface and tools specific to Autodesk Inventor Publisher. 1.1 File Types The file format used for Autodesk Inventor Publisher is *.ipb The following Autodesk Inventor files formats are supported for import and are associative. Associative data means that any geometry or file property information that is changed in the
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  ME 24-688  –  Week 15 Autodesk Inventor Publisher Project 1 ME 24-688  –  Introduction to CAD/CAE Tools Page 1  of 25   1 Introduction to Autodesk Inventor Publisher   ®    The following section will give an overview of some of the major user interface and tools specific to  Autodesk Inventor Publisher. 1.1 File Types The file format used for Autodesk Inventor Publisher is *.ipb  The following Autodesk Inventor  ®  files formats are supported for import and are associative. Associative data means that any geometry or file property information that is changed in the Autodesk Inventor files can be synchronized to the Autodesk Inventor Publisher file insuring that you are always using the most up-to-date information. Assembly files:   *.iam . Part files:   *.ipt   Other supported non-associative file formats that can be imported for use in Autodesk Inventor Publisher are as follows: CATIA V4 Import Files ( *.model; *.session; *.exp; *.dlv3 ) CATIA V5 Import Files ( *.CATPart; *.CATProduct; *.cgr  ) DWF Files ( *.dwf; *.dwfx  ) DWG Files ( *.dwg  ) IGES Files ( *.igs; *.ige; *.iges ) JT Files (*.jt  ) Parasolid Binary Files (*.x_b ) Parasolid Text Files ( *.x_t  ) ProE Files ( *.asm; *.prt; *.g  ) SAT Files ( *.sat  ) STEP Files ( *.stp; *.ste; *.step ) SolidWorks Files ( *.prt; *.sldprt; *.asm; *.salasm ) NX Files ( *.prt  ) 1.2 User Interface  Autodesk Inventor Publisher uses a standard structure common in all Autodesk and Microsoft Windows applications. All environments share a common layout for tabs on a single toolbar across the top of the application window called the ribbon. The structure is context-sensitive based on the environment and mode you are using. Many of the navigation and view tools are the same as in other Autodesk applications.  ME 24-688  –  Week 15 Autodesk Inventor Publisher Project 1 ME 24-688  –  Introduction to CAD/CAE Tools Page 2  of 25  The following image illustrates the major areas of the Autodesk Inventor Publisher user interface.  Application Menu Navigation Bar Quick Access Toolbar Canvas Browser Ribbon Graphics Window Ribbon Tabs Publish Area ViewCube Storyboard Editor 1.2.1 Canvas Browser The Canvas Browser   is an organized view of the data within the Autodesk Inventor Publisher document. Inserted files are displayed under the Components node. Detail items which are created within Autodesk Inventor Publisher such as Annotations and Selections are located in separate nodes below the Components node.  ME 24-688  –  Week 15 Autodesk Inventor Publisher Project 1 ME 24-688  –  Introduction to CAD/CAE Tools Page 3  of 25   Canvas Browser 1.2.2 Publish Area The Publish Area  is a bounding box displayed in the middle of the Graphics Window . The bounding box defines the boundary, resolution, and print size of the published output file. Any geometry, annotations, or notes outside this boundary will not be seen in the published output file. The border is defined by pixel size and is on by default. 1.2.3 Storyboard Editor  At the bottom of the Graphics Window is the Storyboard Editor  . Each Autodesk Inventor Publisher document can have multipule storyboards and each storyboard will have multipule snapshots. You develop the model’s overall documention story by adding additional snapshots. Each snapshot contains componets views, component movement, annotions, etc. Within the Storyboard Editor   snapshots can  ME 24-688  –  Week 15 Autodesk Inventor Publisher Project 1 ME 24-688  –  Introduction to CAD/CAE Tools Page 4  of 25  either be viewed as Thumbnail View , as shown below, or as Timeline View  which shows a list of the actions taking place in each snapshot. Activating a snapshot with display the model in the Graphics Window  with the required settings for that snapshot.
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