How to Use AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 X32 (32bit) (Product Key And Xforce Keygen)
AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 is a software that helps you optimize the use of materials and reduce waste in sheet metal, wood, and composite fabrication. It allows you to create 2D layouts of cutting patterns based on 3D models or 2D drawings. You can also export the nesting results to CNC machines or other CAD applications.
In this article, we will show you how to use AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 X32 (32bit) (Product Key And Xforce Keygen) to create and edit nesting studies, generate reports, and export data. We will also provide some tips and tricks to improve your nesting efficiency and quality.
To install AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 X32 (32bit) (Product Key And Xforce Keygen), you need to have a valid product key and a working xforce keygen. You can download the software from the official website or from other sources. Follow these steps to install the software:
Run the setup file and follow the instructions on the screen.
When prompted, enter your product key and click Next.
Choose the components you want to install and click Next.
Wait for the installation to complete and click Finish.
Run the xforce keygen as administrator and click Patch.
Copy the request code from the activation screen and paste it into the keygen.
Click Generate and copy the activation code from the keygen.
Paste the activation code into the activation screen and click Next.
You have successfully activated AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 X32 (32bit).
Step 2: Create a Nesting Study
A nesting study is a collection of settings and data that define how to nest parts on sheets of material. To create a nesting study, you need to have a 3D model or a 2D drawing of the parts you want to nest. Follow these steps to create a nesting study:
Open AutoDesk Inventor Nesting 2016 X32 (32bit) and click New.
Select Nesting Study from the templates and click Create.
In the browser, right-click on Parts and choose Add Parts.
Browse to the location of your 3D model or 2D drawing and select it.
Click Open and wait for the parts to be imported into the nesting study.
In the browser, right-click on Sheets and choose Add Sheets.
Select a material type, a sheet size, and a quantity from the dialog box.
Click OK and repeat this step if you want to add more sheets of different materials or sizes.
In the browser, right-click on Nesting Parameters and choose Edit Parameters.
Adjust the settings for rotation, spacing, orientation, priority, etc. according to your preferences.
Click OK and save your nesting study.
Step 3: Generate Nesting Results
Nesting results are 2D layouts of cutting patterns that show how parts are arranged on sheets of material. To generate nesting results, you need to have a nesting study with parts and sheets. Follow these steps to generate nesting results:
Open your nesting study and click Generate in the ribbon.
Wait for the software to calculate the optimal nesting solution based on your parameters.
In the browser, expand Nesting Results and double-click on a result to view it in the graphics window.
You can zoom, pan, rotate, measure, or annotate the result as you wish.
You can also compare different results by selecting them in the browser and clicking Compare in the ribbon.
You can edit a result by right-clicking on it in the browser and choosing Edit Result.
You can delete a result by right-clicking on it in the 061ffe29dd