Learn the basic requirements for Woodwork for Inventor usage.
In the first part of Woodwork for Inventor tutorial, you'll learn how to model an office table and place panels, define drawers space and drawers cases.
Learn how to apply materials to the office table created in the previous step and how to define generalized material groups, set grain direction and oversize.
Learn how to join furniture parts with hardware/ironmongery components using hardware items and how to configure it to match design intent. See how automated hole and cutouts design works and how it reacts to parametric model changes.
Learn how Woodwork for Inventor iBox placed in the assembly and what is the benefit of using it. iBox helps the user to save time by serving for fast multiple designs creation. All you need to do is apply minimal parametric changes to iBox model in order to get various versions of the same model.
In this video, you'll learn about Woodwork for Inventor method of replacing materials. Using this method you won't need large libraries of various materials and you'll be able to make changes super fast.
Learn how to set real names for the Autodesk Inventor files with the help of Assembly Copier and add descriptions to it.
Find out how Woodwork for Inventor automated drawing generation works. You'll see how drawings can be automatically created from 3D model and the wide range of information it provides.
Find out how Woodwork for Inventor automatically generates CNC programs from 3D model and creates nesting layouts.
Learn about automatic generation of BOM's in Woodwork for Inventor and the flexibility of templates.
Assembly Copier allows you to make an independent copy of any existing model. Therefore, the designer is able to quickly design a similar model of the same concept having different configurations and dimensions.