Autodesk Inventor

Overview of Autodesk Inventor Course:

Understand the features needed to create parts and assemblies in Inventor such as sketching, sketched features, placed features, work features, reference geometry, patterned geometry, design strategies, iParts, assemblies, and more.

  • Mechanical Product Design application creating parts, assemblies and drawings
  • Bring Ideas from Concept to Production with a coordinated and a consistent model-based approach
  • More easily model, edit and document designs of products.

Who should Attend?:

  • Design Engineers/engineering students wanting to make a career as Product Designer/Innovator
  • Mechanical Draftsman

Course Outline

1Inventor Overview
  • Interface
  • View Manipulation
  • Navigation Bar
  • Application Options and Environment
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
2Sketch Tools
  • Sketcher Environment
  • Lines, Rectangles, Circles, Arcs
  • Dimensions (General and Driven Dimensions)
  • Equations and Parameters
  • Automatic Constraints
  • Geometric Constraints
  • Fully Constrained Sketches
  • Sketch Fillets
  • Sketch Mirroring
  • Offset Entities
  • Trim/Extend
  • Projected Geometry
  • Ellipse
  • Polygon
  • Practice Exercises
3Solid/Part/Component Modeling
  • Extrude
  • Revolve
  • Holes
  • Sweep
  • Loft
  • Ribs
  • Practice Exercises
4Placed Features
  • Fillets
  • Chamfers
  • Shell
  • Draft
  • Practice Exercises
  • Work Features
  • Planes and Specialized Planes
  • Work Axes
  • Work Points
  • Grounded Work Points
  • User Coordinate Systems
5Creating Patterned Geometry
  • Mirroring (Features & Bodies)
  • Rectangular Patterns
  • Circular Patterns
  • Curve Driven Pattern
  • Sketch Driven Pattern
  • practice Exercises
6Design Strategies
  • Picking a Plane
  • Design Intent
  • Symmetry
  • Appearances
  • Editing Parts
  • Feature Order and Rollback Bar
  • Feature Suppression
  • Parent Child Relations
  • iProperties
  • Measure
  • practice Exercises
7iParts
  • Dimension Changes in iParts
  • Suppressing Features in iParts
  • Creating an iPart
  • Practice Exercises
8Assemblies
  • Introducing Assemblies
  • Placing Components
  • Positioning Parts
  • Introducing Constraints
  • Degrees of Freedom
  • Mate Constraint
  • Insert Constraint
  • Offset Constraint
  • Angle Constraint
  • Tangent Constraint
  • Constraint Alignment
  • Assemble
  • Alt + Drag Constraints
  • Practice Exercises
9Working with Assemblies
  • Interference Analysis
  • Collision Detection
  • Contact Sets
  • Bill of Materials
  • Assembly Appearances
  • Find in Window
  • Exploding Assemblies
  • Placing Content Center Parts

Career Path:

In the wake of finishing this course, Participants will have the capacity to Develop 3D CAD models at a component level and assemble them into Products for Manufacturing and Fabrication.

Benefits of learning Autodesk Inventor at Solve Tech Training Institute

  • Our experienced professionals are instructing this course.
  • Solve Tech provides you the facility to schedule the classes according to your availability.
  • Following each session, you'll receive the course material for your own future reference.
  • You will receive an internationally recognised certification after completing the course.

SOLVE TECH STUDENT BENEFITS


Focused Training
Placement Assistance
Lab Support
Expert Trainers

Flexible Timing
Interview Prepration
Hands on Training
Affordable Course Fee