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Dimensioning Spheres

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01-23-2014 08:20 AM

I am trying to change the dimensions of a sphere to make it oblate, however, since it is a result of a Revolution, I cannot edit it. What should I do?

or this?oblate 2 .png

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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-23-2014 08:51 AM in reply to: vendettathegreat

Edit the sketch.

 

Attach your file here, an image, a url - something to indicate your design intent.

Indicate what version of Inventor you are using.

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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-23-2014 09:11 AM in reply to: JDMather

JDMather wrote:

Edit the sketch.

 

Attach your file here, an image, a url - something to indicate your design intent.

Indicate what version of Inventor you are using.



JDMather wrote:

Edit the sketch.

 

Attach your file here, an image, a url - something to indicate your design intent.

Indicate what version of Inventor you are using.




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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-23-2014 09:18 AM in reply to: vendettathegreat

Something like this?

oblate.png

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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-23-2014 09:53 AM in reply to: JDMather

or this?oblate 2 .png

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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-24-2014 04:00 AM in reply to: JDMather
I wish to know how you did this to the part.
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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-24-2014 05:43 AM in reply to: vendettathegreat

Attach your *.ipt file here.

I have no idea what version of Inventor you are using.

I have no idea of your dimensions intent.

 

I have already requested this information in a previous response in this thread.

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Re: Dimensioning Spheres

01-26-2014 10:15 PM in reply to: JDMather

Here you go.

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