How do you center a hole in Inventor?
Specify the hole position by:
- Clicking anywhere on a planar face or workplane. The hole center is placed where you click. You can drag unconstrained hole centers to reposition them.
- Selecting a point, and then, a linear edge (parallel to hole axis) or face/work plane (perpendicular to hole axis).
What are three ways a hole can be placed?
You can specify a simple hole, a tapped hole, a taper tapped hole, or a clearance hole and include thread types from the thread data sheet.
What is a tapped hole?
: a hole made smaller than the nominal size of a screw or pipe to allow for tapping.
What are holes that are linearly positioned?
Linear – Hole lies on a plane or planar surface and is located from two references (similar to a datum point on surface). Radial (Cylindrical) – Hole lies on the outside of a cylindrical surface, measured from a reference that is perpendicular to the cylinder’s axis, and located about the axis by some angle reference.
How do you use the Hole command?
When you select the Hole command, the command bar guides you through the following steps:
- Plane Step—Define the profile plane.
- Hole Step—Define hole parameters and position one or more hole circles.
- Extent Step—Define the extent or depth of the holes.
- Finish Step—Process the input and create the feature. Hole types.
How do you make a curve in Inventor?
Draw an Intersection Curve In the graphics window, click a face, surface, 2D sketch curve, work plane, or part body to define the intersection. Click one or more faces, surfaces, 2D sketch curves, or work planes to intersect. Click OK to create the curve.
What is the difference between tapped hole and bottoming tapped hole?
the only difference what i could find is that the drill depth. Tapped hole have aproximately 2mm more drill depth when compared with bottoming tapped holes.
What do you call the hole a bolt screws into?
That is simply called a threaded insert.
What is axial hole?
Radial (Axial) – Hole lies on a plane or planar surface, but is located about an axis normal to that surface. Dimensions are radius or diameter around axis, and an angle through the axis. When you create holes, you generally have four types of placement: Linear, Radial, Diameter and Coaxial.