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Inventor 2013 Introduction to Solid Modeling
Total number of pages: 1192
Total Hours: 40
The class files for this training guide were released on April 9, 2012 (part number AS-IN13ISM-10b-CF.exe). Please refer to the link in your training guide to download the latest class files.
The Inventor 2013 Introduction to Solid Modeling training guide 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.
- The Autodesk® Inventor® software interface
- Creating 2D sketches Constraining and dimensioning sketches
- Generating 3D parts from sketches
- Part modeling, adding, and editing 3D features
- Work Features
- Creating equations and working with parameters
- 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
- Assembly bill of materials
- Working with projects
- Creating and annotating drawings and views
As an introductory training guide, Inventor 2013 Introduction to Solid Modeling does not assume prior knowledge of any 3D modeling or CAD software. Students do need to be experienced with the Windows operating system and a background in drafting of 3D parts is recommended.