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Stretchy Parts in Autodesk Inventor

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Have you ever wanted to stretch a part to fit into a range of sizes. This example shows how to create a template part that will “stretch” to fit into different assembled sizes.

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Adaptive Parts with Driven Constraints

One of the Inventor “Tricks of the Trade” that I used to show customers is the ability to drive adaptivity with a driven assembly constraint. This allows a part to stretch to the appropriate size though a given range of motion in an assembly. This allowed us to animate flexible parts that would otherwise always be shown as a static size. Part parameters can be animated in Inventor Studio now, but driving adaptivity can be easier to get a quick point across. Take a look at this video for an example:
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Contributed by Ben of the INCAT CAD Geeks

Adapt to your situations…with adaptivite models

I was presenting a web cast yesterday when I was asked a question. “I made gear that has no drive hole, and I have a shaft with a special shape to it. How do I get the shaft shape cut into the gear?”

Well that is probably a common thing to happen in designs I thought. So the answer I gave him was to put them into the assembly and then edit the gear in the assembly to create an adaptive link to the shaft.

Check out this Video:

Thanks to Cecil from Sealy Co. for letting me use his parts to solve his problem.

Jim…..Another INCAT CAD Geek!
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