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Learning Autodesk Inventor 2016

Beginners Guide to 3D Mechanical Design
Instructor:
Infinite Skills
1,442 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Once you have completed this training course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of how to use the tools in Inventor 2016 to create your own modeling projects
Learn to work efficiently in Autodesk Inventor 2016

In this Autodesk Inventor 2016 training course, expert author Adam Cooper teaches you the fundamental tools and techniques needed to create your own 3D digital prototypes and modeling projects. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with Inventor is required.

You will start with a tour of the Inventor 2016 user interface, and then jump into learning about basic sketching. Adam will teach you how to sketch basic features, such as creating an extrusion, secondary features, and work features. This video tutorial will teach you how to sketch advanced features, use parameters and equations, and work with duplication tools. You will then move into the assembly environment, learning how to build an assembly from the parts you created, interact with the assembly, and create a presentation view of the assembly. Finally, you will cover basic view creation and dimensioning methods.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of how to use the tools in Inventor 2016 to create your own modeling projects. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Autodesk Inventor

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Important - Download These First - Working Files
2
Introduction To Autodesk Inventor
3
About The Author
4
Getting Started
5
Feature Based Modeling
6
Parametric Features
7
Associative Files
8
Assembly Management
9
Model Documentation
10
User Interface
11
Model Manipulation
12
Inventor Project Files
13
Mouse And Selection Interaction

Basic Sketching

1
Creating 2D Sketches
2
Creating Lines
3
Creating Circles And Arcs
4
Creating Rectangles And Polygons
5
Creating Slots
6
Creating Fillets And Chamfers
7
Sketch Entity Types
8
Sketch Duplication
9
Sketch Modification

Sketch Constraints And Dimensions

1
Applying Geometric Constraints
2
Constraint Inference And Persistence
3
Working With Geometric Constraints
4
Creating Dimensional Constraints
5
Working With Dimensional Constraints
6
General Guidelines For Sketches

Basic Sketched Features

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Creating An Extrude
2
Creating A Revolve
3
Modifying Sketches And Features
4
Creating Secondary Features
5
Using Shared Sketches

Creating Work Features

1
Creating Work Planes
2
Creating Work Axes
3
Creating Work Points
4
Working With Work Features

Pick And Place Features

1
Creating Fillets
2
Creating Chamfers
3
Creating Holes
4
Creating Threads
5
Creating Shells

Advanced Sketched Features

1
Creating Sweeps
2
Creating Lofts
3
Creating Coils

Model Information

1
Using Parameters And Equations
2
Part Model Information

Feature Duplication Tools

1
Creating Rectangular Patterns
2
Creating Circular Patterns
3
Creating Mirrored Features
4
Working With Duplication Tools

Assembly Design

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Assembly Environment
2
Placing Components In An Assembly
3
Degrees Of Freedom In An Assembly
4
Assembly Constraints - Part I
5
Assembly Constraints - Part II
6
Assembly Joints - Part I
7
Assembly Joints - Part II
8
Editing Constraints And Joints
9
Proper Constraining Techniques
10
Content Center Usage
11
Patterning Components
12
Assembly Mirror And Copy Components

Assembly In Place Editing And Creation

1
Editing And Replacing Assembly Components
2
Creating A Component In Place
3
Working With Adaptivity
4
Assembly Features

Interacting With An Assembly

1
Assembly Selection Methods
2
Component States
3
Modeling Section Views
4
Creating Design Views
5
Assembly Model Information
6
Interference Checking

Creating Exploded Assembly Views

1
Assembly Presentation Files
2
Manual Explosion Methods
3
Animating Your Explosion

Basic View Creation

1
Model Documentation Environment
2
Creating Base Views
3
Creating Projected Views
4
Creating Auxiliary Views
5
Creating Section Views
6
Creating Detail Views
7
View Modification Tools
8
View Manipulation

Dimensioning Methods

1
Dimension Types
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