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Autodesk® Inventor™

Introduction to Solid Modeling - 4 days - PDF download

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

Prerequisities: None


Autodesk Inventor iLogic Training - 2 days - PDF download

Learn how iLogic functionality furthers the use of parameters in a model by adding an additional layer of intelligence. By setting criteria in the form of established rules you learn to capture design intent, enabling you to automate the design workflow to meet various design scenarios in part, assembly, and drawing files.

Topics include:

  • iLogic functionality overview
  • iLogic workflow overview
  • Review of model and user-defined parameters, and equations and their importance in iLogic
  • Understanding the iLogic interface components (iLogic Panel, Edit Rule dialog box, and iLogic Browser)
  • Rule creation workflow for Inventor parts and assemblies
  • Using variations of conditional statements in an iLogic rule
  • Accessing and incorporating the various function types into an iLogic part, assembly, or drawing file rule
  • Event Triggers and iTriggers
  • Creating Forms to create a custom user interface for an iLogic rule.

Sheet Metal Design - 2 days - PDF download

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.

Prerequisities: Introduction to Solid Modeling


Advanced Part Modeling - 2 days - PDF download

Students will learn the various approaches to part design and emphasizes useful strategies. Advanced part modeling techniques covered include:

  • iFeatures for frequently needed design elements
  • iParts for similar designs
  • Translation options for importing data
  • Engineering notebook for communicating information

Other topics include:

  • 2D and 3D sketching techniques
  • Advanced geometry creation tools
  • Analysis tools
  • Creating and editing basic surfaces
  • Importing surfaces and surface repair tools
  • Using iFeatures and iParts to work efficiently with part models
  • Advanced drawing tools
  • Importing and exporting data

Prerequisities: Introduction to Solid Modeling


Advanced Assembly Modeling - 2 days - PDF download

Students will learn 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. The class also covers the Inventor tools available for Top-Down Design, and other advanced assembly features aimed at increasing design efficiency, including Positional and Level of Detail Representations (including substitute), iMates and iAssemblies, Frame Generator, Design Accelerator and file management techniques. Accurately communicating a design to all levels of a design team is important, therefore a chapter has been added on Inventor Studio to teach users how to render, produce, and animate realistic images. In addition, users will learn how to accurately use the assembly bill of material functionality.

Other topics include:

  • Introduction to top-down design
  • Assembly parts and features
  • Associative links and adaptive parts
  • Skeleton models and derived components
  • Applying motion with constraints
  • iMates
  • Positional representations
  • Level of detail representations
  • Advanced file mangement
  • Inventor Studio

Prerequisities: Introduction to Solid Modeling & Advanced Part Modeling


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