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A lofted cut is a tool that eliminates material from the space between two sketch profiles. To make a lofted cut, you'll need at least two independent designs on the part you want to cut between.

  • On the Features toolbar, select Lofted Boss/Base, or go to Insert, Boss/Base, Loft.
  • On the Features toolbar, click Lofted Cut, or on the Insert, Cut, Loft menu, select Lofted Cut.
  • On the Surfaces toolbar, click Lofted Surface, or on the Insert, Surface, Loft menu, select Lofted Surface.

To construct a closed body along the loft direction, select Close loft from the Options menu. This automatically connects the last sketch and the first sketch. Close lofted lofted lofted lofted lofted lofted

To use the Loft tool, go to 'Create' > 'Loft.' After you've picked it, click both circles. When you do, Autodesk Inventor will design the Loft for you. Turn off both planes after you've finished creating the Loft so you're left with just the cone.

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