Autodesk Inventor 2013 : Introduction to Solid Modeling

Autodesk Inventor 2013 : Introduction to Solid Modeling Course Description

Duration: 5.00 days (40 hours)

Price: $1,695.00

Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling course provides students with an understanding of the parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. Students learn the key skills and knowledge needed to design models using Autodesk Inventor, starting with conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and drawing production.

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Autodesk Inventor 2013 : Introduction to Solid Modeling Course Objectives

  • » 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
  • » Duplicating geometry in the model
  • » Placing and constraining/connecting parts in assemblies
  • » Manipulating the display of components in an assembly
  • » Duplicating components in an assembly
  • » Obtaining model measurements and property information
  • » Creating Presentation files (Exploded views and Animations)
  • » Modifying and analyzing the components in an assembly
  • » Simulating motion in an assembly
  • » Creating parts and features in assemblies
  • » Creating and editing an assembly Bill of Materials
  • » Working with projects
  • » Creating and annotating drawings and views
  • » Customizing the Autodesk Inventor environment

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Autodesk Inventor 2013 : Introduction to Solid Modeling Course Outline

      1. Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
        1. Introduction
        2. Autodesk Inventor Fundamentals
        3. Getting Started
        4. Autodesk Inventor Interface
        5. Model Manipulation
      2. Creating the Base Feature
        1. Creating a New Part File
        2. Sketched Base Features
        3. Editing Sketched Features
      3. Additional Sketching Tools
        1. Additional Entity Types
        2. Basic Editing Tools
        3. Additional Constraint Tools
        4. Additional Dimension Tools
      4. Advanced Sketch Editing Tools
        1. Advanced Editing Tools
        2. Rectangular Sketch Patterns
        3. Circular Sketch Patterns
        4. Sketch Preferences
      5. Sketched Secondary Features
        1. Sketched Secondary Features
        2. Using Existing Geometry
      6. Creating Pick and Place Features
        1. Edge Chamfer
        2. Constant Fillets
        3. Variable Fillets
        4. Face Fillets
        5. Full Round Fillets
        6. Straight Holes
        7. Threads
        8. Editing Pick and Place Features
        9. Creation Sequence
      7. Work Features
        1. Work Planes
        2. Work Axes
        3. Work Points
      8. Equations
        1. Equations
        2. Parameters
      9. Additional Features
        1. Face Draft
        2. Splitting a Face or Part
        3. Shells
        4. Ribs
      10. Model and Display Manipulation
        1. Reordering Features
        2. Inserting Features
        3. Suppressing Features
        4. Section Views
        5. Design Views
      11. Fixing Problems
        1. Sketch Failure
        2. Feature Failure
      12. Sweep Features
        1. Sweep Features
      13. Loft Features
        1. Rail and Center Line Lofts
        2. Advanced Loft Options
      14. Duplication Tools
        1. Rectangular Feature Patterns
        2. Circular Feature Patterns
        3. Sketched Driven Patterns
        4. Mirror Parts or Features
        5. Manipulate Patterns and Mirror Features
      15. Feature Relationships
        1. Establishing Relationships
        2. Controlling Relationships
        3. Investigating Relationships
        4. Changing Relationships
      16. Assembly Environment
        1. Assembling Components Using Constraints
        2. Assemble Mini-Toolbar
        3. Content Center
        4. Assembly Browser
        5. Saving Files
      17. Joint Connections
        1. Assembling Components Using Joints
      18. Manipulating Assembly Display
        1. Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
        2. Suppressing Constraints
        3. Component Display
        4. Selection Options in Assemblies
      19. Model Information
        1. Measurement Tools
        2. Model Properties
      20. Presentation Files
        1. Creating Presentations
        2. Storyboards
        3. Snapshot Views
        4. Publishing a Presentation File
      21. Assembly Tools
        1. Replacing Components
        2. Duplicating Components
        3. Restructuring Components
        4. Driving Constraints
        5. Contact Solver
        6. Interference
        7. Error Recovery
      22. Assembly Parts and Features
        1. Assembly Parts
        2. Assembly Features
      23. Assembly Bill of Materials
        1. Create Virtual Components
        2. Create Bill of Materials
      24. Working With Projects
        1. Project Files
        2. Resolving Links
      25. Drawing Basics
        1. Creating a New Drawing
        2. Base and Projected Views
        3. Additional Drawing Views
        4. Manipulating Views
      26. Detailing Drawings
        1. Dimensions
        2. Drawing Sheets
        3. Parts List
        4. Balloons
        5. Styles and Standards
        6. Hatching
      27. Drawing Annotations
        1. Text
        2. Symbols
        3. Hole and Thread Notes
        4. Chamfer Notes
        5. Center Marks and Center Lines
        6. Hole Tables
        7. Revision Tables and Tags
      28. Customizing Autodesk Inventor
        1. Application Options
        2. Document Settings
        3. File Properties
        4. Changing Part Units
        5. Command Customization

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Award winning, world-class Instructors

Joseph D.
- Highly-skilled Autodesk Certified Instructor; working with Autodesk Softwares since 1993.
- Expert in AutoCAD, Autodesk 3DS, Autodesk Revit, Mechanical Desktop, Inventor, and Architectural Desktop.
- Authored course materials for numerous Autodesk courses.

Bio:

Joseph is an Autodesk Certified Instructor specializing in developing and teaching Autodesk courses, with a working knowledge of such products as AutoCAD, Autodesk 3DS, Autodesk Revit, Mechanical Desktop, Inventor, and Architectural Desktop.

In addition to teaching and developing courses for the past 10 years, Joseph has authored course materials for many AutoDesk courses. He is also well versed in Inventor 8 and 9.

Joseph demonstrates a straightforward, down-to-earth teaching style in order to reach students at widely differing levels of expertise. His extensive product knowledge and exuberant teaching style makes Joseph a consistently highly rated instructor at NetCom Learning.
Roger M.
- Autodesk authority. Subject Matter Expert specializing in AutoCAD, Revit, 3D, and other Autodesk softwares with over 25 years of experience.
- More than 21 years of experience as a trainer.
- Highly rated instructor with all-time average student evaluation score of 8.7 out of 9.

Bio:

Roger is an Autodesk Certified Instructor with over 25 years of experience working with challenging projects in the management and support in Revit BIM, AutoCAD and 3DS Max Systems Applications for numerous Architectural and Interior Design Firms, Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing Companies. He is proficient in Advanced Visualization Design and is a specialist with analysis, customization, management and optimization of BIM Revit, AutoCAD and 3DS Max for best practices and standards procedures. Roger has been able to support and assist many firms in the field of Architectural Design in the past 20 years.

Roger is also a CTT+ certified, with a Bachelors degree in Computer Programming
and also holds a New York University Certification. In addition, he has also been an
instructor since 1990 with proven on-site and online training expertise.

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