Autodesk Inventor – Decal

Written by cfd.ninja

March 17, 2020

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Source: Autodesk Inventor

You can place a decal on a model face for uses such as labels, brand name art, logos, and warranty seals. You insert an image in a sketch, use constraints and dimensions to position it, and then select the image to apply as the decal.

A decal usually is a stocked item and has its own part number. If so, create it as a part and use it in multiple assemblies. One way to do this is to create a thin part, such as an extruded surface and place the decal on the surface.

If you create the decal on a part instead of a surface, use Delete Face on the 3D Model tab and remove unneeded faces. The part is automatically converted to a surface.

In this tutorial we will learn how to use Decal option in Autodesk Inventor. You can download the texture from this link.

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