Here you will know how to install Woodwork for Inventor, and how to configure Autodesk Inventor to work together seamlessly.
At this step the skeleton of an office table will be designed. Then we will place panels and define space for drawers, and drawer cases.
Second step will explain how to define the generalized material groups, set the grain direction and oversize.
When material have been set it’s time to joint parts together. In this section we will learn how to join components using hardware items and how to configure them to match our design intent.
Here we will make a parametrically driven template of a cabinet box, define its materials and hardware set.
Now the iBox created in previous step will be placed in the assembly context.
Assign real materials names, codes, and textures to material groups.
Using of Assembly Copier tool to assign codes to the assembly components.
Here the nesting layout and CNC programs will be generated automatically.