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Autodesk® training in Minnesota

Applied Engineering Technology regularly offers Autodesk® training at its office location in Brooklyn Park, MN. Our office is conveniently located 15 minutes Northwest of Minneapolis, MN and St. Paul, MN.

Autodesk® Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling

May 12-15, 2014.  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

This course covers the fundamental principles of 3D parametric part design, assembly design, and creating production-ready part and assembly drawings using Autodesk® Inventor. Students learn how to capture design intent by using the proper techniques and recommended workflows for:

  • Creating intelligent 3D parametric parts
  • Creating, placing, and constraining custom and standard components in an assembly
  • Simulating mechanisms, animating assembly designs, and checking for interferences

Students also learn how to:

  • Document their designs using base, projected, section, detail, and isometric drawing views
  • Document assemblies using standard and exploded drawing views
  • Follow drafting standards while dimensioning and annotating drawing views with automated balloons and parts lists

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AutoCAD® Fundamentals Part 1

April 7-9, 2014  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

Students learn the indispensable core topics for working with AutoCAD®. Starting with a few basic tools that enable students to create simple drawings. Then students will continue to develop those tools, as well as being introduced to more advanced tools.

Specific topics include:

  • Understanding the AutoCAD® workspace and user interface
  • Using basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools
  • Organizing drawing objects on layers
  • Inserting reusable symbols
  • Preparing a layout to be plotted
  • Adding text, hatching, and dimensions

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AutoCAD® Fundamentals Part 2

April 10-11, 2014  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

Students continue to learn more sophisticated techniques that extend your mastery of the program. For example, here you go beyond the basic skill of inserting a block to learn how to create blocks, and beyond the basic skill of using a template to understand the process of setting up a template.

Specific topics include:

  • Using more advanced editing and construction techniques
  • Creating local and global blocks
  • setting up layers, styles, and templates

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AutoCAD® Electrical Essentials

April 28-30, 2014  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

This course provides an overview of AutoCAD Electrical and is designed to enables user to quickly create and manage electrical-controls production drawings. Users focus on how to build intelligent ladder diagrams and panel layouts, and how to leverage the intelligence built into AutoCAD Electrical. Students also learn how to customize databases and other reference files to tailor AutoCAD Electrical software to specific projects and company requirements. Students will learn to be more productive by updating title block attributes, generating automatic reports, using PLC I/O modules, managing cables, and using the circuit builder. Hands-on exercises representing real-world design scenarios are included.

It is recommended that attendees have previous AutoCAD® knowledge.

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Autodesk® Inventor Sheet Metal Design

April 24-25, 2014  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

Inventor Sheet Metal Design training introduces the concepts and techniques of sheet metal modeling with Autodesk® Inventor. The topics presented in this training guide enable students to create features that are specific to the sheet metal modeling process. The structure of the guide follows the standard sequence of design stages in Inventor. That is, to create sheet metal parts, edit them, generate flat patterns, and to document the designs in drawings.

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Autodesk® Inventor Advanced Assembly Modeling

April 21-23, 2014  9:00am - 4:30pm. Register Now

In this course, we begin by discussing the concept of Top-Down Design for assembly creation. Planning the assembly using the top-down design approach helps create clean, reusable geometry that interacts as expected with the rest of the assembly. Throughout the course you will be taught how various Inventor tools can be used to achieve Top-Down Design practices in your assemblies using Derive, Multi-Body Design, and Layouts. Other advanced assembly topics include Positional and Level of Detail Representations (including substitute), iMates and iAssemblies, Frame Generator, Design Accelerator, and file management and duplication techniques that aim to help you become more efficient when working with assemblies.

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We regularly offer training classes for AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD Electrical, and Autodesk Vault. If you don't see a class listed below that you're interested in, please e-mail us at training@ae-solutions.com to find out more information about upcoming Autodesk® training classes in Minnesota.

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Training sessions and test drives will be held at Applied Engineering Technology in Maple Grove, MN.
7077 Northland Circle North Suite 110
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428

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