Autodesk Inventor surfacing. Curvature continuity and sketch constraints.

Previously on CSO, we discussed the definition of Curvature continuity. In this post we will begin to discover how to...

Autodesk Inventor surfacing. Surface continuity conclusion.

This post concludes our series on surface continuity. we learned that surface continuity (the smoothness of two meeting surfaces) is measured using a value called 'G', and that each value of G adds matching criteria across meeting surfaces.

Autodesk Inventor surfacing. An introduction to G1 Surface continuity

Surface moling is the art of building complex geometrical features - one surface at a time. Usually surface moling is used to create flowing, organic shapes, so the junctions between surfaces are terribly important.

In this post we learn about a G1 surface relationship - what is it? what does it have in common with a G0 relationship?

Autodesk Inventor surfacing. An introduction to G3 Surface continuity

Surface moling is the art of building complex geometrical features - one surface at a time. Usually surface moling is used to create flowing, organic shapes, so the junctions between surfaces are terribly important

In this post we learn about a G3 surface relationship - what is it? what does it have in common with G0, G1 & G2 relationships?

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