Just a short note to welcome you to the Autodesk Inventor group on Thingiverse. My hope is to share information about tips, tricks and techniques for using Inventor for additive manufacture of designs. I know I've learned a bit in the last few months that have helped me produce more successful prints and I'm hoping to pass that knowledge along and learn from others as well.
GeneralDiscuss on the "General" forum for the Autodesk Inventor group on Thingiverse.
I recently designed, animated and rendered the SIRI Robot from the famous netflix series "Love Death + Robots" which was DESIGNED in Autodesk Inventor 2020 and Rendered in Cinema 4D R17.
The link to download the 3D Model is here!!
We have created the Covid Key that is designed using Autodesk Inventor 2020 and can be printed using Copper3D AntiMicrobial 3D Printing Filament on Ultimaker 3.
The Covid Key can be used for preventing ourself from touching on surfaces that are prone to the COVID-19.This involves places where the human contact is maximum.The key can be used for :
1.Opening and closing the doors of public places without coming in contact with the door handle
2.Typing on keyboard,Laptop, credit card machines, etc.
3.Opening and closing the drawer of washing machine or cupboard.
4.Carrying covers containing groceries at shops
5.Operating the elevators to press on the switches.
Here is the link to the 3D Model on thingiverse:
I have created a Multipurpose Jig in Autodesk Inventor and 3D Printed the Part in Ultimaker 3 Extended.I have uploaded the 3D File as well as the link to the making video posted above.
The video contains the 3D Printing video as well as designing tutorial in Autodesk Inventor.
Here is the link to the 3D Model:
When I create something in Inventor in inches I have to make something, for example, 25 inches long for it to be 25 millimeters in Cura. Is there any way I can make something in millimeters, in Inventor, and it come out in the same amount of millimeters in Cura?