This course is designed to provide the essentials skills and some advanced skills required for using Autodesk Inventor in a mechanical engineering production environment. During the course students will learn a number of crucial skills, from modeling part components to building assemblies. Students will also learn how to create production ready drawings of parts and assembly models. Lastly, students will learn valuable concepts that lead to “shortcuts” in your design process.
User Level: New User
To successfully complete this course the student must have:
- User-level knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems
- Basic mechanical drafting skills.
Who should attend:
Drafters, designers and engineers creating and working with 3D mechanical designs
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the class prerequisites please contact us.
| Course Outline: |
- Getting Started
- Basic Sketching Techniques
- Basic Shape Design
- Detailed Shape Design
- Assembly Design Overview
- Placing, Creating, and Constraining Components
- Interacting with an Assembly
- Basic View Creation
- Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables
- Annotating Assembly Drawings
- Drawing Standards and Resources
Full Course Outline:
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