Inventor 101 – Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling Intro

Class Description
This 2-day class Participants are guided in the best usage approaches for parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. Participants acquire the knowledge needed to complete the process of designing models from conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and drawing production.

Course Benefits

  • Understanding the Autodesk® Inventor® software interface
  • Creating, constraining, and dimensioning 2D sketches
  • Creating and editing the solid base 3D feature from a sketch
  • Creating and editing secondary solid features that are sketched and placed
  • Creating equations and working with parameters
  • Manipulating the display of the model
  • Resolving feature failures

Suggested Prerequisites
Students need to be experienced with the Windows operating system and a background in drafting of 3D parts is recommended. A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology is highly suggested.

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Certifications, Exams, and Continuing Education
The Autodesk Inventor Certified Professional badge validates professional users’ advanced knowledge of the tools, features, and common tasks of Inventor. Earners of this designation have demonstrated knowledge of advanced modeling, assembly modeling, creating a amendment, and more using Inventor.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
  • Creating the Base Feature
  • Additional Sketching Tools
  • Advanced Sketch Editing Tools
  • Sketched Secondary Features
  • Creating Pick and Place Features
  • Work Features
  • Equations
  • Model and Display Manipulation
  • Fixing Problems
  • Duplication Tool
  • Feature Relationships
  • Assembly Enviorement
  • Joint Connections
  • Manipulating Assembly Display
  • Model Information
  • Presentation Files
  • Drawing Annotations
  • Customizing Autodesk Inventor
  • Effective Modeling

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