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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.

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Autodesk Inventor Professional 2017: The Complete Guide

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.

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.

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
    • Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor
    • Working with Drawing Display Tools
    • Important Terms and Definitions
    • Drawing Sketches for Solid Models
  2. Understanding the Sketching Environment
    • Drawing Sketched Entities I
    • Drawing Sketched Entities II
    • Fillets, Chamfers, and Splines
  3. Adding Constraints and Dimensions to Sketches
    • Working with Geometric Constraints
    • Working with Dimensional Constraints
    • Measuring Sketched Entities
  4. 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
  5. Other Sketching and Modeling Options
    • Creating Work Planes
    • Creating Work Axes and Points
    • Other Extrusion and Revolution Options
  6. Advanced Modeling Tools – I
    • Creating Holes
    • Creating Fillets and Chamfers
    • Moving the Faces and Editing Features
    • Project Entities in the Sketching Environment
  7. Advanced Modeling Tools – II
    • Sweeps, Lofts, Coils and Threads
    • Shells, Drafts and Splits
    • Editing Surfaces
    • Editing without Using Sketches
  8. Assembly Modeling – I
    • Understanding Assembly Modeling
    • Assembling Components using the Constrain Tool
    • Applying Joints to the Assembly
    • Relationships, Moving and Rotating Components
  9. Assembly Modeling – II
    • Editing Assembly Constraints and Components
    • Modifying Components in An Assembly
    • Analyzing Assemblies and Creating Representations
  10. Working with Drawing Views
    • Drawing Standards
    • Dimension Styles
    • Annotating the Drawing
  11. Presentations
    • The Presentation Module
    • Animating An Assembly
  12. Working with Special Design Tools
    • Adaptive Parts and Defining Parameters
    • iParts
    • 3D Sketches
  13. Working with Sheet Metal Components
    • Understanding Sheet Metal
    • Additional Sheet Metal Options
  14. Introduction to Weldments
    • Understanding Weldments
    • Editing Weldments
    • Adding the Finishing Touches
  15. Miscellaneous Tools
    • Sketches
    • iMates
    • Title Blocks
  16. Introduction to Stress Analysis
    • Introduction to Analysis
    • More on Analysis
    • Starting an Analysis
    • Applying Constraints and Loads
  17. Introduction to Plastic Mold Design
    • Starting with Plastic Mold Design
    • Adjusting the Model
    • Generating the Core and Cavity
    • Runners, Wells, and Channels
  18. Introduction to Tube & Pipe
    • Creating your First Tube & Pipe Assembly
  19. Rigid Pipe
    • Rigid Pipe Styles
    • Routing Pipe
    • Pipe Fittings
    • Other Rigid Pipe Tools
  20. Tubing
    • Routing Tube
    • Working with Tube Routes
    • Fittings
  21. Self-Draining Pipe
    • Building Self Draining Pipe
  22. Flexible Hose
    • Building Flexible Hoses
    • Working with Flexible Hoses
  23. Component Authoring
    • Building Your Own Tube & Pipe Components
    • Tube and Pipe Documentation
  24. Drawings and Annotation
    • Bill of Materials, Parts Lists, and Ballooning
    • Exporting Data
  25. Introduction to the Cable and Harness Environment
    • The Cable and Harness Environment
  26. Harnesses
    • Building the Harness
    • Working with the Harness
  27. Ribbon Cables
    • Creating Ribbon Cables
  28. Harness Documentation
    • Reports and Documentation
    • Nailboard Drawings
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