Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016

$299.00 N/A

Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016 Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Inventor features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components.

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Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016: The Complete Guide

Autodesk Inventor Professional is a parametric CAD software 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.

Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016 Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Inventor features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components. The course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical “Let Me Try” examples. You’ll follow a workflow-based approach, creating 2D drawings from 3D data, modeling parts, combining parts into assemblies, annotating drawings, using advanced assembly tools, working with sheet metal, presenting designs, and simulation.

To get the most out of this course, we strongly recommend you review every topic within the course, and use all the learning styles to ensure you retain the important information within. We also encourage you to take all the progress tests to ensure you have retained the knowledge, and most importantly practice with the hundreds of real world, Let Me Try examples.

Course Outline

  1. New for 2016 - General Enhancements
    • General
    • Interoperability
  2. New for 2016 - Parts and Sketching
    • Part Modeling Updates
    • Sheet Metal
    • Changes to Sketching
  3. New for 2016 - Freeform Environment Updates
    • Freeform Modeling
    • New for 2016 Assemblies and Presentations
    • Assembly Enhancements
    • Presentation Enhancements
  4. Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2016
    • Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor
    • Working with Drawing Display Tools
    • Important Terms and Definitions
  5. Drawing Sketches for Solid Models
    • Understanding the Sketching Environment
    • Drawing Sketched Entities I
    • Drawing Sketched Entities II
    • Fillets, Chamfers, and Splines
  6. Adding Constraints and Dimensions to Sketches
    • Working with Geometric Constraints
    • Working with Dimensional Constraints
    • Measuring Sketched Entities
  7. 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
  8. Other Sketching and Modeling Options
    • Creating Work Planes
    • Creating Work Axes and Points
    • Other Extrusion and Revolution Options
  9. Advanced Modeling Tools - I
    • Creating Holes
    • Creating Fillets and Chamfers
    • Moving the Faces and Editing Features
    • Project Entities in the Sketching Environment
  10. Advanced Modeling Tools - II
    • Sweeps, Lofts, Coils and Threads
    • Shells, Drafts and Splits
    • Editing Surfaces
    • Editing without Using Sketches
  11. Assembly Modeling - I
    • Understanding Assembly Modeling
    • Assembling Components using the Constrain Tool
    • Applying Joints to the Assembly
    • Relationships, Moving and Rotating Components
  12. Assembly Modeling - II
    • Editing Assembly Constraints and Components
    • Modifying Components in An Assembly
    • Analyzing Assemblies and Creating Representations
  13. Working with Drawing Views
    • Drawing Standards
    • Dimension Styles
    • Annotating the Drawing
  14. Presentations
    • The Presentation Module
    • Animating An Assembly
  15. Working with Special Design Tools
    • Adaptive Parts and Defining Parameters
    • iParts
    • 3D Sketches
  16. Working with Sheet Metal Components
    • Understanding Sheet Metal
    • Additional Sheet Metal Options
    • Introduction to Weldments
  17. Understanding Weldments
    • Editing Weldments
    • Adding the Finishing Touches
  18. Miscellaneous Tools
    • Sketches
    • iMates
    • Title Blocks
  19. Introduction to Stress Analysis
    • Introduction to Analysis
    • More on Analysis
    • Starting an Analysis
    • Applying Constraints and Loads
  20. Introduction to Plastic Mold Design
    • Starting with Plastic Mold Design
    • Adjusting the Model
    • Generating the Core and Cavity
    • Runners, Wells, and Channels

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