Skip navigation
Page Description

The following page is a blank template with a header that contains a quicklinks jump menu and the search UHD function. Page sections are identified with headers. The footer contains all required links, contact and emergency information.

Autodesk Inventor 2015 Essentials

 

 

Who Should Attend

Engineers, designers, drafters and professionals with little or no experience with Autodesk Inventor program.

Prerequisites

Highly recommended with working knowledge of AutoCAD 2008 or higher version program.

COURSE includes

Instructor led training and required course materials.

Course Description

Learn the new and enhanced functionalities and workflows in AutodeskĀ® InventorĀ® 2013. Using the new interface, learn how to become more efficient at creating digital prototypes using multi-body, plastic part, and sheet metal design tools. In addition, learn about the assembly modeling productivity enhancements which include restructure, shrinkwrap, and assembly folders. Also learn how to take advantage of the Content Center, production drawing, analysis, translation, and data exchange enhancements within Autodesk Inventor 2013. Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industry-specific design scenarios are included.

Key Topics    
 

Getting Started

Autodesk Inventor User Interface

View Manipulation

Designing Parametric Parts

Basic Sketching Techniques

Creating 2D Sketches

Geometric Constraints

Dimensioning Sketches

Basic Shape Design

Creating Basic Sketched Features

Intermediate Sketching

Editing Parametric Parts

3D Grip Editing

Creating Work Features

Creating Basic Swept Shapes

Detailed Shape Design

Creating Chamfers and Fillets

Creating Holes and Threads

Patterning and Mirroring Features

Creating Thin-Walled Parts

Assembly Design Overview

Designing Assemblies

Using Project Files in Assembly Designs

Placing, Creating, and Constraining Components

Placing Components in an Assembly

Constraining Components

Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center

Basic Part Design in an Assembly

Interacting with an Assembly

Identifying Parts in an Assembly

Analysis and Motion Tools

Presenting Your Assembly

Basic View Creation

Drawing Creation Environment

Base and Projected Views

Section Views

Detail Views

Crop Views

Managing Views

Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables

Automated Dimensioning Techniques

Manual Dimensioning Techniques

Annotating Holes and Threads

Creating Centerlines, Symbols, and Leaders

Revision Tables and Tags

Annotating Assembly Drawings

Assembly-Centric Bill of Materials

Creating and Customizing Parts Lists

Creating Balloons

Drawing Standards and Resources

Setting Drawing Standards

Drawing Resources

This course is also available as ONLINE
e-learning course

If your schedule is not allowing you to take the instructor-led classes, then register for the ONLINE e-learning course.

CLICK HERE for additional information.

Length of Training

3 Days (24 hours)

Tutition

$845.00 (Includes instructor led hands-on training, access to online e-learning course and training materials)

( $795.00 if registered ONE week before the scheduled class date).

 

Page maintained by Applied Business & Technology Center

Last updated or reviewed on 8/15/12

   Click here to print this page

Find us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter   Read Skyline   Join us on LinkedIn   News RSS   Events RSS