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 +===== Sample Exam =====
 +  * 01. Scenario. You are creating a part that will act as a cartridge. The top corners need chamfers added. Task(s): Add the chamfers as shown (Use a distance of 0.125)
 +  * 02. Task(s): Which of the following is NOT one of the Place Views available when creating a manufacturing drawing? (a. Base view, b. Auxilary view, c. Section view, d. <​b>​Primary view</​b>​)
 +  * 03. Scenario: You have 2 circles and a line created in a sketch. Add the following constraints to the sketch in order.
 +    * Tasks(s):
 +    * Constrain the larger circle to be the same size as the smaller circle
 +    * Constrain both circles horizontally
 +    * Constrain the two circles to the line
 +    * Answer: select the Sketch tab, click EQUAL constraint (select smaller circle-source then larger one-destination-what it will be), click HORIZONTAL constraint (select center of smaller/​first circle then click the center of the second circle), click TANGENT constraint (select center of circle then click the line)
 +  * 04. Secenario: In Inventor while creating a Drawing you are able to add Drawing Resources. Task(s): Which of the following is NOT one of the options under Drawing Resources in Inventor? (a. Note Boxes, b. Sketched Symbols, c. Borders, d. Title blocks)
 +    * Answer: 'Note Boxes' is not a valid option under Drawing Resources in Inventor. You are able to add/modify 'Sheet Formats',​ '​Borders',​ 'Title Blocks'​ and '​Sketched Symbols'​.
 +  * 05. Scenario: You have created a section view and would like to modify the section cutting line. Task(s): To change the angle of the section cutting line you would... (a. First delete a constraint, b. Drag the line ends, c. Click the rotate option, d. Drag the line)
 +    * Answer: 'Drag the line ends' is the correct choice. This will let you change the angle of the section view cutting line. 'Drag the line' allows you to move the entire cutting line on the X or Y axis.
 +  * 06. Scenario: In creating a new part you want to do so using a template. Task(s): Create a new part file using the Sheet Metal(in).ipt template
 +  * 07. Scenario: You want to create a L shaped bracket, you will begin by drawing a sketch. Task(s): Use the Line and Fillet tools to create a sketch similar to that shown in the image. Begin at the red starting point, use the appropriate lengths shown in the table below using the picture as a reference. Click the red point a second time to terminate your line. Use the default fillet corner settings for the founded edge.
 +  * 08. Scenario: You are creating a sketch for a hinge object and first would like to constrain a circle to the X & Y axis. Task(s): Add the necessary constraint to center the circle object on the X & Y axis.
 +    * Answer: click Sketch tab, click COINCIDENT constraint, click center of circle, click midpoint of line
 +  * 09. Scenario: There are four primary file types that you will use in Autodesk Inventor. Task(s): Use the list boxes to correctly identify each file type with its corresponding number. ​
 +    * Answer: file.iam = Assembly File, file.ipn = Presentation File, file.ipt = Part File, and file.dwg = Drawing File
 +  * 10. Scenario: You are assembling a rod to a housing object. Task(s): Use the correct constraint to insert the rod in the housing and give it a -0.85 offset to center the rod.
 +    * Answer: click Constrain button, Insert type, select pin, select housing, delete 0.000 mm and enter -0.85, click OK
 +  * 11. Scenario: You are in the process of creating a cabinet object. You would like to add an intersecting shelf. Task(s): Use the Rib feature to create the intersecting shelf, give the Rib a thickness of 0.05.
 +    * Answer: Under the Model tab Create group, select the Rib button. 2) In the viewport area select both intersecting blue lines. (This will display green preview lines). 3) In the Rib dialog box under '​Thickness',​ enter 0.05, 4) In the Rib dialog box click OK.
 +  * 12. Scenario: You have created a 2D sketch of a piece of geometry. Task(s): Which command would you use to project the sketch 360 degrees?
 +    * Answer: '​Revolve'​ is the correct command. The Revolve command will allow you to project your sketch in a 360 degree revolution. 'Copy Sketch'​ and '​Replicate'​ are not valid commands in Autodesk Inventor. '​Project Geometry'​ is used to create reference geometry by projecting model geometry from a sketch onto an active sketch plane.
 +  * 13. Scenario: You have created a metal plate that will sit atop a metal encasing. The top needs to be shaped into a shell. Task(s): Create a shell out of the metal plate, give it a thickness of 0.25
 +  * 14. Scenario: You are adding dimensions to a drawing. Task(s): Which type of radial dimension has been used in the image? (<​b>​a. Arc Length</​b>,​ b. Angular Dimension, c. Rotation Length, d. Chord Length)
 +  * 15. Scenario: User created parameters can help improve your work flow when dimensioning similar objects. Task(s): Create the following user parameters in the order below and apply them to the three sides of the triangle as appropriate. Parameter Name: bottom, Equation 1.20, Parameter Name: side, Equation: 0.75
 +  * 16. Scenario: You have created a metal plate that has a hole created for a bolt. You would like each corner of the metal plate to have the same hole. Task(s): Create the remaining bolt holes using the best method.
 +    * Answer: 1) Under the Model tab Pattern group, select the Rectangular Pattern button, 2) Select the pre existing hole that is in the square object, 3) In the Rectangular Pattern dialog box, select the red arrow button underneath '​Direction 1', 4) Select the top edge of the square object, 5) In the Rectangular Pattern dialog box, select the red arrow button underneath '​Direct 2', 6) Select the right edge of the square object, 7) In the Rectangular Pattern dialog box click the OK button.
 +  * 17. Scenario: In Inventor you are able to create copies of features and have them follow patterns, in this case a Spline. Task(s): Create 8 holes that follow the Curve Length of the Spline.
 +  * 18. Scenario: The current view of the assembly that you are viewing is set to Left in the View Cube. You would like this view to be set as Top. Task(s): Set the current view as Top.
 +  * 19. Scenario: You want to document a part you have created by showing several views of the part. Task(s): Create the Base back view first and the three accompanying views as shown in the image.
 +  * 20. Scenario: It is important to recognize the various sketch constrain icons. Task(s): Use the drop down boxes to select the correct name for the corresponding number placement.
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 +  * 21. Scenario: You have created a basic sketch that you would like to model into a basic water hose nozzle. Task(s): Use the necessary command to create the water hose nozzle.
 +    * Answer: make sure you use full revolve extents instead of angle
 +  * 22. Scenario: In creating a new drawing you want to do so using a Metric based template. Task(s): Create a new drawing using the BSI.dwg template.
 +  * 23. Scenario: The object you have created will need to have a hole created for a metal screw. Place a Counterbore hole in the area marked by the X. Task(s): Create the hole with the following properties: a) hole type - counterbore,​ b) counterbore diameter 8.0, c) counterbore depth 2.0, d) hole depth 8.0 and e) diameter 3.0
 +  * 24. Using Fillets
 +  * 25. Drawing Resources
 +  * 26. Place Views
 +  * 27. Modify section cutting lines
 +  * 28. Using radial dimensions
 +  * 29. Plane, axis, and center point
 +  * 30. Create a sweep
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 ===== Autodesk Inventor 2015 Certified User ===== ===== Autodesk Inventor 2015 Certified User =====
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