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How to Activate Autodesk Inventor Nesting Utility 2019


Autodesk Inventor Nesting Utility 2019 is a software that helps you to optimize the yield from flat raw material and easily compare nesting studies to reduce costs and waste. It is available only as part of the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection[^3^]. To activate it, you need to follow these steps:


Make sure you have an active subscription to the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection and that you have installed Autodesk Inventor 2019.


Download and install the Autodesk Inventor Nesting Utility 2019 from the Autodesk Account portal or the Autodesk Desktop App.


Launch Autodesk Inventor 2019 and sign in with your Autodesk ID and password.


On the ribbon, click the Environments tab and then click Nesting.


On the Nesting tab, click Activate Nesting Utility.


Enter your serial number and product key for the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection and click Next.


Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the activation process.


Congratulations! You have successfully activated Autodesk Inventor Nesting Utility 2019. You can now use it to create nesting studies, import nests into Inventor, and create toolpaths for your machine using Inventor HSM[^2^]. For more information, you can watch these videos[^1^] [^2^] [^3^] or visit the official website.In this article, we will show you how to use Autodesk Inventor Nesting Utility 2019 to create a nesting study for a sheet metal part. A nesting study is a process of arranging multiple copies of a part on a flat sheet of material to minimize waste and maximize efficiency. You can use nesting studies to compare different settings and scenarios and choose the best option for your project.


Creating a Nesting Study


To create a nesting study, you need to have a sheet metal part or assembly that you want to nest. You can use any Inventor part or assembly that has a flat pattern, or you can import a DXF or DWG file from another software. In this example, we will use a simple bracket part that we created in Inventor.


Follow these steps to create a nesting study:


On the ribbon, click the Environments tab and then click Nesting.


On the Nesting tab, click New Nesting Study.


In the Create Nesting Study dialog box, enter a name for the nesting study and choose a folder to save it.


Click OK to create the nesting study.


In the browser, right-click the Sources folder and click Add Source.


In the Add Source dialog box, browse to the folder where you saved the bracket part and select it.


Click Open to add the part as a source for the nesting study.


In the browser, right-click the Sheets folder and click Add Sheet.


In the Add Sheet dialog box, enter the dimensions and properties of the sheet material that you want to use for nesting. You can also choose from predefined sheet sizes or create custom sheet sizes.


Click OK to add the sheet as a target for the nesting study.


You have now set up the basic parameters for the nesting study. You can see the source part and the sheet in the graphics window. You can also modify the settings of the source and sheet by double-clicking them in the browser. 061ffe29dd






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