I am trying to make a hole or an extrusion with angle, I know that in ancient Inventor versions it was possible only by selecting the extrusion angle, in the 2009 version it is not aviable.
My problem is that in the image I have a circular sketch over a ring's face, I need to extrude this sketch with an angle of 45°.
Thank you for your help
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use on point method
it requires an axis and work point
Do you mean a taper?
When you are extruding there should be a "More" tab, that's where the taper angle is (I don't remember what it was like before or when they changed it).
Attach your part file here.
I don't recall anything changing with regards to this going back as far as I can remember.
I arrived to make the hole, but in the begining is not complete, I don't know how to solve it.
In the attached image you can see the problem.
thank you very much for your help.
What I would do is make another work point using that axis and another plane (I'd use the other face of that part and "drill" in the other direction)
Or just make another hole in the other direction
And we all hope that Autodesk is working on a way to do this without these extra steps
Typically what I do in these cases, is to use the Delete Face tool (with the Heal option selected) to clean up the hole, as shown in these images
I hope that helps.
Good luck with all of your Inventor pursuits,
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Most likely no extra workplane, no workpoint, no workaxis, and no Delete Face is needed.
Simply Revlove-cut an angled rectangle on one of the base origin workplanes going through the center of the part.
Whenu use work point as reference
Shift the work point slightly above the face around 5mm/10mm
so that hole feature cuts all through
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