In this tutorial, we will be solving Exercises on drafting of knuckle joint assembly drawing in Autodesk Inventor.
A knuckle joint assembly drawing is designed to show the parts of a joint and how they are assembled together. The purpose of a knuckle joint assembly drawing is to show the parts of a joint and how they are assembled together.
There are two types of knuckle joints in Autodesk Inventor. The first is the plain knuckle joint, which allows the rotation of a shaft and a hole in a plane perpendicular to the shaft. The second is the universal joint, which allows both rotation and axial displacement.
The plain knuckle joint is used in situations where rotation of one element relative to another is needed but not axial displacement. It has three degrees of freedom: two rotational degrees and one translational degree. The universal joint is used when both rotation and axial displacement are required. It has four degrees of freedom: three rotational degrees and one translational degree.
The knuckle joint assembly drawing with dimensions in Autodesk Inventor is a set of drawings that help to assemble a knuckle joint. The drawing consists of the following:
- A cover plate drawing with dimensions
- A cover plate drawing without dimensions
- A guide rail assembly drawing with dimensions
- A guide rail assembly drawing without dimensions
- A knuckle joint assembly drawing with dimensions
The knuckle exercises in this Inventor tutorial help you learn better because they help you to understand the basics of geometry and how it works. They also teach you how to use a mouse, keyboard, and other tools that are available in the software.
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