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*Sofia Grave
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Subtract part

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10-22-2009 04:13 AM
Hej to all

I need a big help, I have a part, but i need now is the negative of that
part.
This part have a few channels inside and I need the volume of the channels,
in other words, i need to have in 3d the channels and all the other paths. I
need the empty shapes in my part to became a solid.
How can i do this?

Thanks to all.
sofia
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JDMather
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Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 04:17 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
You didn't state what version of Inventor you are using.
You didn't post example file here.

2010 Combine with cut

earlier - Derived Component with Split or Sculpt.
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*Sofia Grave
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Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 04:30 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Sorry

I am using IV2010.
I am attachging the file, I need all the inner channels as solids. like the
negative,
than ks

"JDMather" wrote in message news:6275993@discussion.autodesk.com...
> You didn't state what version of Inventor you are using.
> You didn't post example file here.
>
> 2010 Combine with cut
>
> earlier - Derived Component with Split or Sculpt.
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HallStevenson
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Registered: ‎09-29-2008
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Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 05:29 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
> {quote:title=JDMather wrote:}{quote}
> You didn't post example file here.

JD, her sketches are constrained :-)
*Dennis Jeffrey
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Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 05:40 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Results of 2010:

1. Extrude a new body over the entire part.
2. Using the new Solid 2 as the Base, Combine - intersect using the
original Solid 1 as the Toolbody.

Result is as shown.

3. Use Delete Face (Lump) to remove any unwanted geometry.
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*Sofia Grave
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Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 06:29 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Wonderful answer, but now cames the next question, how did you made the
solid over the 1 solid?
but that is exactly what I want.

"Dennis Jeffrey" wrote in message
news:6276057@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Results of 2010:
>
> 1. Extrude a new body over the entire part.
> 2. Using the new Solid 2 as the Base, Combine - intersect using the
> original Solid 1 as the Toolbody.
>
> Result is as shown.
>
> 3. Use Delete Face (Lump) to remove any unwanted geometry.
> --
> Dennis Jeffrey, Autodesk Inventor Certified Expert
> Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert.
> Instructor/Author/Sr. App Engr. Tel. (260) 399-6615
> http://teknigroup.com
>
*Dennis Jeffrey
Message 7 of 17 (360 Views)

Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 06:30 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Here's the part.
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Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert.
Instructor/Author/Sr. App Engr. Tel. (260) 399-6615
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*Sofia Grave
Message 8 of 17 (360 Views)

Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 06:47 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Thnak you,
But I would love to know how you did that.

"Dennis Jeffrey" wrote in message
news:6276120@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Here's the part.
> --
> Dennis Jeffrey, Autodesk Inventor Certified Expert
> Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert.
> Instructor/Author/Sr. App Engr. Tel. (260) 399-6615
> http://teknigroup.com
>
*Dennis Jeffrey
Message 9 of 17 (360 Views)

Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 07:17 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Sorry, meant CUT, not Intersect. I'll do a video for you...
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Dennis Jeffrey, Autodesk Inventor Certified Expert
Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert.
Instructor/Author/Sr. App Engr. Tel. (260) 399-6615
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*Sofia Grave
Message 10 of 17 (360 Views)

Re: Subtract part

10-22-2009 07:33 AM in reply to: *Sofia Grave
Thank you thank you, that will be a huge help for the future.

"Dennis Jeffrey" wrote in message
news:6276157@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Sorry, meant CUT, not Intersect. I'll do a video for you...
> --
> Dennis Jeffrey, Autodesk Inventor Certified Expert
> Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert.
> Instructor/Author/Sr. App Engr. Tel. (260) 399-6615
> http://teknigroup.com

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