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Sketch the lines 1. On the Sketch tab Draw panel, click Line. 2. Click the point at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical axes. Move the mouse straight up and click the second point to create the line. 3. Create three additional straight line segments at the top.Right-click and sel ect Restart to finish the segments and keep the Line command active. 4. Create a horizontal line by connecting the points at the bottom of the shape. Right-click and select OK to finish the line command
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  Sketch the lines1. On the Sketch tab > Draw panel, click Line.2. Click the point at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical axes. Move the mouse straight up and click the second point to create the line.3. Create three additional straight line segments at the top.Right-click and select Restart to finish the segments and keep the Line command active.4. Create a horizontal line by connecting the points at the bottom of the shape. Right-click and select OK to finish the line command.Create the arcs1. On the Sketch tab > Draw panel, click Arc.2. Click the point at the upper part of the curved segment to place the arc start point. Click the point at the end of the dotted arc to place the end point.3. Drag your cursor to the inside to match the dotted curve.4. Click on the dotted curve when the value box displays 160 mm to create the first arc.5. Place the second arc start point at the endpoint of the first arc segment.6. Click the point at the bottom of the shape to place the end point. Drag the cursor to the left to approximate the curve. Click to create the arc when the value box displays approximately 150 mm and the tangent symbol appears.7. Right-click and click OK to finish.Add the dimensions1. On the Sketch tab > Constrain panel, click the Dimension command.2. Click the upper arc and add the 160 mm radius dimension. Click the lower arc and add the 150 mm dimension.3. Click the upper horizontal line and then click the center point of the upper arc. Specify a vertical distance of 45 mm.4. Click the long vertical line and set the length to be 210 mm.Note: To edit the value of a placed dimension, double-click the dimension and enter a new value in the edit box.5.Apply dimensions to the remaining lines using these values:Second line28mmThird line 19mmFourth line 4mmBottom line32mm6. Click Finish Sketch.Create 3D features1. On the 3D Model tab > Create panel, click Revolve. Inventor automatically detects the profile. Click the 210 mm line segment to specify the revolution axis. Press Enter or click the green check mark to revolve the shape and create a 3D solid.2. On the 3D Model tab > Modify panel, click Fillet. Click the top and bottom edges of the curved profile, and enter 5 mm to specify the fillet radius. Press Enter on your keyboard or click the green check mark to create the fillets.3. On the 3D Model tab > Modify panel, click Shell. Click the top face of the circular profile. Enter 2mm to specify the wall thickness. Press Enter or click the green check mark to hollow out the body.4. On the 3D Model tab > Modify panel, click Thread. Click the outside of the top cylindrical face. Press Enter or click OK to create the thread.5. At the top section of the Inventor toolbar, click the Appearance drop-down. Scroll the list and select Clear -Green 1 to change the bottle to a transparent green color.Create a work feature  1. On the browser, expand the Origin folder. Select the XY Plane, right-click and select Visibility. The XY plane is visible at the center of the bottle.2. On the 3D Model tab > Work Features panel, click Plane. Click an edge of the XY Plane. Hold your left mouse button down and drag in the positive Z direction. Enter 60 mm in the value box to set the offset distance. Press Enter or click the green check mark to finish the command.Create the embossed text1. On the 3D Model tab > Sketch panel, click Create 2D Sketch. Click an edge of the new work plane to specify the sketch plane. Click Front on the view cube to set the view.2. On the Sketch tab > Draw panel click Text. Click the plane to set the text position. Enter a value of 10 mm in the Size box. In the large text box, type Autodesk or your name. Click OK to create the text, and then press Esc to exit the text command.3. On the Sketch tab > Constrain panel, click the vertical constraint and then click the midpoint of the text box and the point at the axis intersection to center the text.4. On the Sketch tab > Exit panel click Finish Sketch.5. On the 3D Model tab > Create panel click Emboss. Select the text to define the emboss profile. In the dialog box, select Emboss From Face. Click the direction icon to set the direction towards the bottle. Press Enter or click OK to create the embossed text.6. On the browser, right click Work Plane1, and click Visibility to hide the work plane. Repeat to hide the XY Plane.View the completed modelCongratulations! You have completed the tutorial.In this tutorial you:Created 2D sketch geometry and used dimension and constraint commands to define the shape.Created a 3D solid with the Revolve command.Modified the solid the the Fillet and Shell commands.Created a Work Plane and used the Text and Emboss commands.
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