Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Inventor The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Inventor, its features, and capabilities; from the basics through to the most advanced and complex topics. This course covers Sketching, Adding Part Features, Creating the Drawing, Presentations, and Weldments.

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D parametric modeling system, offering professional-grade 3D mechanical design, documentation, and product simulation tools. With Inventor, you can create 3D digital prototypes and then use them to create drawings, visualizations, and simulations.

User’s prerequisites

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

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Course Outline

New for Autodesk Inventor
Professional – Grade Design Tools
Collaboration and Storing Data in the Cloud
Subscription Enhancements
Part Updates
Assembly Enhancements

Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
Welcome to Autodesk Inventor
Getting Started with Inventor

Sketching
Sketching with Inventor
More Sketching Features

Constraints and Dimensions
Adding Parametric Constraints
Utilizing Parametric Dimensions

Sketch Tools
Sketching Tools
Patterning
3D Sketching

Building the 3D Model
Sketched Features
More Part Tools
Work Features
Parameters

Adding Part Features
Placed Features
More Features
Freeform Modeling

Building More Advanced Parts
Sweeps and Lofts
More Part Features
Surfacing Tools

Assembly Modeling
Assembling Components
More Constraint Options
More Assembly Tools

More Assembly Modeling
Working with Components
Duplicating Components
Representations

Creating the Drawing
Generating Views
Working with Drawing Views

Detailing and Annotation
Dimensioning
Part List, Balloons, and Text

Presentations
Creating Presentations
Sharing the Information

Sheet Metal
Using the Sheet Metal Module
More Sheet Metal Features

Weldments
Weldments
Working with Weldments

About the Author

Mike Thomas spent the first 12-years of his career in the Autodesk channel working for an Autodesk reseller as an Application Specialist. During his travels, he delivered countless hours of training, support, demos, and implementations. He was very fortunate to be able to help solve many issues with Autodesk software. Mike has been using AutoCAD since r13, cut his solid modeling teeth on Mechanical Desktop, and has been using Inventor since before it was known as Inventor. Data Management has always been a big part of his professional life, for the most part with Autodesk Vault.

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