Autodesk Inventor Training – Intermediate

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Inventor Intermediate Training – 2 Day Course

Intermediate

Objective of Course
This training course builds upon what was learnt during the Autodesk Inventor Essentials course. It covers more advanced sketching, modelling and assembly techniques such as parametric part design, 3D sketching, Multi-Body parts and others. Throughout this course various examples will be used to demonstrate and test the skills being learnt. On completion of this course you will be able to, use parameters to drive part design, create thin walled objects and create parts within an assembly among taking advantage of other modelling techniques.

Prerequisites
Participants should have knowledge of how Inventor works and should be comfortable with simple designs in a 3D environment. Completion of the Autodesk Inventor Essentials course is recommended and drafting and design experience is a plus.

Project Setup
Lesson: Setting up a Project
Overview
Project Types
Location

Part Creation
Lesson: Geometry Use
Sketching
Overview
Dimension Types & Alignment (Arc Length)
Displaying Degrees of Freedom
Ellipses and Polygons
Splines: Handles, Dimensioning, Tangency,
Radius of Curvature, Smooth and Tangent
Constraint.
Inserting AutoCAD geometry
Basic 3D Sketching
Parametric Parts
Overview
Creating Parameters
Dimension Display
Linking Dimensions
User Parameters
Linking Part Dimensions to Parameters
Exporting Parameters for Later Use
Lesson: Detailed Part Design
Adding Detail
Using the Decal Command
Creating Embossed/Engraved Text
Fillet Options, Face & Full Round Fillet
Creating Lofted Shapes
Selecting Sections
Loft Types
Setting Conditions
Manual Transition Selection
Selecting Rails (Boat Example)
Creating Swept Shapes
Overview
About Swept Shapes
Creating Swept Shapes
Guidelines for creating Swept Shapes
Using Path & Guide Surface
Creating a Coil
Overview
About Coils
Needed Sketches
Coil Options
Thin-Walled Parts (Shell)
Overview
About Thin-Walled Parts
Remove Faces
Automatic Face Chain
Other Commands
Split
Overview
Creating A Split Tool
Split options
Multi-Body Part
Overview
Creating a “New Solid”
Viewing Multiple Solids
Using Face Draft
Overview
Face Draft Options
Needed Geometry Intro to Derived Parts
Overview
About Derived Parts
Creating A Derived Part
Creating Sheet Metal Parts
Overview
Sheet Metal Defaults
Sheet Metal Commands
Create Flat Pattern

Assembly Design
Lesson: Creating & Constraining Components
Constraining Components
Overview
Motion Constraints
Contact Sets
Constraint Limits
Basic Part Design in an Assembly
Overview
Creating Components in Place
Editing Components in Place
Placing Standard Components Using the Content
Center
Overview
Manually Placing Frame Members
Using Frame Generator
Lesson: Interacting With an Assembly
Motion and Sub-Assemblies
Overview
Flexible Assemblies
Analysis
Overview
Bill of Materials
Checking for Interferences
Driving Constraints for Simple Motion and
Analysis
Re-Using Designs
Overview
iLogic Copy Design
Shrinkwrap
Presenting Your Assembly
Overview
About Presentations
Creating Presentation Views
Creating Tweaks and Trails
Representations
Overview
View Reps.
Position Reps.
Level of Detail Reps.
Styles and Libraries
Sheet Metal Styles
Material Library
Appearance Library

Detailing
Lesson: Basics
Dimensioning
Dimension Arc Lengths
Dimension to Apparent Intersection
Base and Projected Views
Overview
Creating Exploded Drawing Views
Drawing and View Sketches
Overview
Creating Drawing Sketches
Creating View Sketches
Breakout View
Overview
Breakout options

More Working Drawing Features
Lesson: Annotation
Sketch Symbols
Creating Sketch Symbols
Using Sketch Symbols
Annotating Using Tables
Overview
Bend Tables

Annotating Assembly Drawings
Lesson: Bill of Materials and Parts lists
Bill of Materials
Overview
About the Bill of Materials
Item Number Manipulation
Parts List and View Reps
Lesson: Drawing Standards and Resources
Setting Drawing Standards
Overview
About Styles
Creating Styles with the Style Editor
About Drawing Standards
Properties of Drawing Standards
Defining the Active Style
Drawing Resources
Overview
About Drawing Sheets
Creating Sheets
About Custom Borders & Title Blocks
Creating custom Borders
Creating Custom Title Blocks

Advanced Assemblies
Lesson: Design Accelerators
Introduction to the Design Accelerators
Bolted Connections
Shaft Generator

Training Courses

AutoCAD
Revit
Inventor

Additional Information

Distance Learning
Autodesk CPD Points
Autodesk Certification
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