Inventor 2013: The Complete Guide
Autodesk® Inventor® software gives you the ability to create and explore a complete product before it is built. Inventor software makes it easy to realize the benefits of Digital Prototyping by integrating 2D AutoCAD drawings and 3D data into a single digital model. This single digital model creates a virtual representation of the final product that helps companies to better design, visualize, and simulate their product with less reliance on costly physical prototypes - helping to improve time to market, and increase competitive advantage.
Inventor 2013: The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Inventor 2013 features and capabilities from the basics through to advanced components. Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical “Let Me Try” examples.
To get the most out of this course, we strongly recommend you review every topic within the course, and use all the learning styles to ensure you retain the important information within. We also encourage you to take all the progress tests to ensure you have retained the knowledge, and most importantly practice with the hundreds of real world, Let Me Try examples.
Autodesk Inventor 2013: The Complete Guide Learning Objectives
Connecting to Inventor's Interface
Creating 2D Drawings from 3D Data
Learning the Essentials of Part Modeling
Putting Things in Place with Assemblies
Customizing Styles and Templates
Advanced Drawings and Detailing
Advanced Part Modeling Features
Advanced Assembly & Engineering Tools
Creating Plastic Parts
Working with Sheet Metal Parts
Building with the Frame Generator
The Weldment Environment
Creating Images and Animation from Your Design Data
Working with Non-Inventor Data
Automating the Design Process and Table-Driven Design
You don’t need any previous experience with Inventor to take this course; however, it does assume a reasonable level of experience with the Windows operating system on your part. And, while not absolutely necessary, some experience with other CAD software is helpful.
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Last updated or reviewed on 9/2/11