Autodesk Inventor Professional

Autodesk Inventor Professional The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Inventor features and capabilities, from the basics through advanced and complex 3D modeling components.

Autodesk Inventor is a parametric CAD software that offers an easy-to-use set of tools for 3D mechanical design, documentation, and product simulation. Digital Prototyping with Inventor helps you design and validate your products before they are built – to deliver better products, reduce development costs, and get to market faster.

User’s prerequisites

You don’t need any previous experience with Autodesk Inventor Professional to take this course.

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Course Outline

New for Inventor – Features & Enhancements
R2 Enhancements
R3 Enhancements
General Updates
Sketching Enhancements
Part Enhancements
Technical Specifications
Assembly and Drawing Enhancements
Technical Specifications
Interoperability Updates

Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor
Working with Drawing Display Tools
Important Terms and Definitions
Drawing Sketches for Solid Models

Understanding the Sketching Environment
Drawing Sketched Entities I
Drawing Sketched Entities II
Fillets, Chamfers, and Splines

Adding Constraints and Dimensions to Sketches
Working with Geometric Constraints
Working with Dimensional Constraints
Measuring Sketched Entities

Editing, Extruding and Revolving the Sketches
Editing Sketched Entities
Creating Patterns, Adding Text and Images
Extruding, Revolving, Primitives and Freeforms
Rotating the View and Controlling the Display

Other Sketching and Modeling Options
Creating Work Planes
Creating Work Axes and Points
Other Extrusion and Revolution Options

Advanced Modeling Tools – I
Creating Holes
Creating Fillets and Chamfers
Moving the Faces and Editing Features
Project Entities in the Sketching Environment

Advanced Modeling Tools – II
Sweeps, Lofts, Coils and Threads
Shells, Drafts and Splits
Editing Surfaces
Editing without Using Sketches

Assembly Modeling – I
Understanding Assembly Modeling
Assembling Components using the Constrain Tool
Applying Joints to the Assembly
Relationships, Moving and Rotating Components

Assembly Modeling – II
Editing Assembly Constraints and Components
Modifying Components in An Assembly
Analyzing Assemblies and Creating Representations

Working with Drawing Views
Drawing Standards
Dimension Styles
Annotating the Drawing

The Presentation Module
Animating An Assembly

Working with Special Design Tools
Adaptive Parts and Defining Parameters
3D Sketches

Working with Sheet Metal Components
Understanding Sheet Metal
Additional Sheet Metal Options

Introduction to Weldments
Understanding Weldments
Editing Weldments
Adding the Finishing Touches

Miscellaneous Tools
Title Blocks

Introduction to Stress Analysis
Introduction to Analysis
More on Analysis
Starting an Analysis
Applying Constraints and Loads

Introduction to Plastic Mold Design
Starting with Plastic Mold Design
Adjusting the Model
Generating the Core and Cavity
Runners, Wells, and Channels

Introduction to Tube & Pipe
Creating your First Tube & Pipe Assembly

Rigid Pipe
Rigid Pipe Styles
Routing Pipe
Pipe Fittings
Other Rigid Pipe Tools

Routing Tube
Working with Tube Routes

Self-Draining Pipe
Building Self Draining Pipe

Flexible Hose
Building Flexible Hoses
Working with Flexible Hoses

Component Authoring
Building Your Own Tube & Pipe Components
Tube and Pipe Documentation

Drawings and Annotation
Bill of Materials, Parts Lists, and Ballooning
Exporting Data

Introduction to the Cable and Harness Environment
The Cable and Harness Environment
Building the Harness
Working with the Harness

Ribbon Cables
Creating Ribbon Cables

Harness Documentation
Reports and Documentation
Nailboard Drawings