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Inventor Fundamentals – Intro to Solid Modelling Course

Inventor Fundamentals – Intro to Solid Modelling Course - Perth

Burswood, WA

Subject: AutoCAD

Course Description:
The Inventor 2012 Introduction to Solid Modeling course instructs students in the best usage approaches for parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. Students acquire the knowledge needed to complete the process of designing models from conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and
drawing production.

Objectives:
Provide users with a thorough understanding of the principal 3D design, validation, and documentation processes necessary for developing products using Autodesk Inventor.see more

Course Description:
The Inventor 2012 Introduction to Solid Modeling course instructs students in the best usage approaches for parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. Students acquire the knowledge needed to complete the process of designing models from conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and
drawing production.

Objectives:
Provide users with a thorough understanding of the principal 3D design, validation, and documentation processes necessary for developing products using Autodesk Inventor.

After completion, users will understand:
• Inventor interface
• Creating 2D sketches
• Constraining and dimensioning sketches
• Generating 3D parts from sketches
• Part modeling, adding, and editing 3D features
• Work Features
• Model geometry and model display manipulation
• Resolving feature failures
• Feature duplication techniques
• Establishing and working with model relationships
• Placing and constraining parts in assemblies
• Assembly component display
• Model Information
• Presentation files (Exploded views)
• Assembly tools
• Creating parts and features in assemblies
• Working with projects
• Creating and annotating drawings and views
• Assembly bill of materials

Who Should Attend & Prerequisites:
This courseware is designed for new Autodesk Inventor users. No previous CAD experience is necessary. However, before using this courseware, the student should have a working knowledge of the following:

• Drafting, design, or mechanical engineering principles.
• Microsoft® Windows® Vista
• Microsoft® Windows® XP
• Microsoft® Windows® 2000

Inventor Fundamentals Course Outline

Day 1

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Inventor
• Solid Modeling
• Inventor Fundamentals
• The Inventor Interface
• Model Manipulation

Chapter 2 – Creating the Base Feature
• Solid Base Features
• Exercises

Chapter 3 – Sketch Geometry
• Sketch Geometry
• Exercises

Chapter 4 – Additional Sketching Tools
• Advanced Editing Tools
• Using Existing Geometry
• Over-dimensioned Sketches
• Sketch Preferences

Chapter 5 – Sketched Secondary Features
• Extruded Secondary Features
• Revolved Secondary Features
• Editing Sketched Secondary Features
• 3D Grip Modification

Chapter 6 – Creating Pick and Place Features
• Edge Chamfer
• Constant Fillets
• Variable Fillets
• Face Fillets
• Full Round Fillets
• Straight Holes
• Threads
• Editing Pick & Place Features
• Creation Sequence

Chapter 7 – Work Features
• Work Planes
• Work Axes
Work Points

Day 2

Chapter 8 – Equations
• Equations
• Parameters

Chapter 9 – Additional Features
• Face Draft
• Splitting a Face or Part
• Shells
• Ribs
• Bend Part

Chapter 10 – Model & Display Manipulation
• Reordering Features
• Inserting Features
• Suppressing Features
• Section Views
• Design Views

Chapter 11 – Fixing Problems
• Sketch Failure
• Feature Failure
• Base and Projected Views
• Section Views
• Cropped Views
• Detail Views
• Managing Views

Chapter 12 – Sweep Features
• Sweep Features
• Exercises

Chapter 13 – Loft Features
• Rail Lofts
• Center Line Lofts
• Advanced Loft Options

Chapter 14 – Duplication Tools
• Rectangular Sketch Patterns
• Circular Sketch Patterns
• Rectangular Feature Patterns
• Circular Feature Patterns
• Mirror Parts or Features
• Manipulate Patterns and Mirror Features

Day 3

Chapter 15 – Feature Relationship
• Establishing Relationships
• Controlling Relationships
• Investigating Relationships
• Changing Relationships

Chapter 16 – Assembly Environment
• Assembling Components
• Content Center
• Assembly Browser
• Saving Files

Chapter 17 – Manipulating Assembly Display
• Moving & Rotating Assembly Components
• Suppressing Constraints
• Component Display
• Selection Options in Assemblies

Chapter 18 – Model Information
• Measurement Tools
• Model Properties
• Changing Part Units

Day 4

Chapter 19 – Design Presentation & Animation
• Exploded View Presentations

Chapter 20 – Assembly Tools
• Replacing Components
• Restructuring Components
• Driving Constraints
• Contact Solver
• Interference
• Error Recovery

Chapter 21 – Assembly Parts & Features
• Assembly Parts
• Assembly Features

Chapter 22 – Working with Projects
• New Projects
• Resolving Links
• The Project Browser

Chapter 23 – Drawing Basics
• New Drawing Views
• Manipulating Views

Chapter 24 – Detailing Drawings
• Dimensions
• Parts List
• Balloons
• Styles & Standards
• Hatching

Chapter 25 – Assembly Bill of Materials
• Create Virtual Components
• Create Bill of Materials

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.

Where

21 Teddington Rd
Burswood, WA 6100

Type

  • Class / Group Sessions

Price: $1,795.00

 

Offers discounts or promotional pricing!

Notes:

Price (Inc. GST) for KarelCAD Subscription Clients:
$1,595


The teachers

KarelCAD has been servicing the Design Industry in Australia for the past 23 years starting with the AutoCAD based KarelMate...

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KarelCAD has been servicing the Design Industry in Australia for the past 23 years starting with the AutoCAD based KarelMate Architectural design tool, to today where we are the major provider of all Autodesk Design Solutions across multiple industries Australia-wide and now supporting the Singapore subscription market.

This year with the economic crisis brings all businesses many challenges. We are very proud to have had the opportunity over the past years to work with our clients in not only providing design technology but of late, the opportunity to help streamline processes and ensuring the right technology is implemented for the right task and then, ultimately the most efficient outcome.

It is of such importance that projects are delivered ahead of time and under budget with costs.

Ensuring your business is the most technically efficient is not always about purchasing new software, the fact is in most cases great improvements can be achieved by just ensuring current technologies are properly implemented and features that provide great business benefit are ulitised and built into standard best practices in day to day workings.

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