Published on 04 Jul 2013 | over 3 years ago

In this Autodesk inventor assembly tutorial we will create a model named ‘Vise’. The tutorial covers assembly modeling concepts, along with basic sketching/part modeling. This is because, the components or parts of the Vise are created individually, not in context or with reference of, other parts of the assembly, which is termed as Bottom-up approach. After modeling it, we will be able to create, dynamic simulation and exploded views of the Vise, for presentation purpose.
The designing process of the model is following….
The vise model has several parts after creating the components individually they are placed into the three sub-assemblies separately by using assembly mates. In the end final assembly is created by placing aforesaid three sub-assemblies.
So in this way viewers will be able to observe the application of many 2D and 3D features of the software in part modeling environment and application of mates in assembly modeling environment.
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To create the Dynamic Simulation of this assembly visit the following link:--
youtu.be/p0Jg7we4KvA
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To create the exploded views of this model visit the following link:-
youtu.be/rxIFTKAObpg
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The finished file displayed in the video can be accessed by visiting the content list of our blog on the following link:---
niveshandnisheeth.blogspot.com/2013/03/content-list.html
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To watch more similar tutorials visit following link:-
www.youtube.com/playlist
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Our motive to upload this video is to show our work ability/experience, so as to get job in the appropriate field.

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