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Autodesk Inventor Professional 3D modeling course

Learn Autodesk Inventor including part design, sketching, assembly & drafting with practice examples
Instructor:
Veer Tutorial
91 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
create different sketch profiles like lines, circles, rectangles,splines etc.
create 3D models with commands like extrude, sweep, blend, pattern etc.
Learn to create the complex structures and surfaces using surface modelling features
create assembly of different part and components
create drawing of parts to insert different types of views

Autodesk Inventor is 3D computer aided design (CAD) software developed by Autodesk corporation .

it is one of the most widely used CAD software in the world.

In this course, you will learn about all the basics to advanced tools and commands of the Inventor.

Main contents of this course are as following

  • 2D Sketches & drawings
  • Create 3D models 
  • Advanced Surfacing to design complex parts
  • Drafting and Drawing
  • Assembly of components

  • This course introduces the fundamentals of Inventor CAD software for the creation of both parts and assemblies.
  • You will learn the complete Inventor software from scratch to pro.
  • This course focuses on all important tools and also the best approach and logic to use those tools and commands in Complex modelling.
  • Anyone who wants to learn Autodesk Inventor can take this course, no prior experience is required.
  • You will get all drawings / exercise files used to prepare this course

    Introduction to Inventor

    1
    Course Content
    2
    How to Download and Install
    3
    User Interface of Inventor
    4
    Import and Export Files
    5
    Navigate using View Cube
    6
    Navigation Toolbar

    Sketch Basic Tools

    1
    Line
    2
    Rectangle
    3
    Circle
    4
    Arcs
    5
    Selection Slots

    Sketch Edit Tools

    1
    Modify Sketch 1
    2
    Modify Sketch 2
    3
    Text
    4
    Fillet and Chamfer
    5
    Mirror

    Constraints and dimensions

    1
    Manual Constraints
    2
    Manual Constraint 02
    3
    Auto Constraints
    4
    Sketch Pattern
    5
    Adding Dimensions in Sketches
    6
    Dimension Parameters
    7
    Insert and Format Tabs

    Basic Tools 3D

    1
    Introduction to 3D
    2
    Extrude
    3
    Extrude to Reference
    4
    Extrude in Planes
    5
    Revolve Feature
    6
    Sweep Tool
    7
    Model Browser
    8
    Practice Model 1

    Work Features

    1
    Work Planes
    2
    Axis
    3
    Datum Point and UCS
    4
    Loft Feature
    5
    Loft along Guide
    6
    Practice Model 2

    Editing Features 3D

    1
    Fillet
    2
    Chamfer
    3
    Hole
    4
    Draft
    5
    Emboss
    6
    Ribs
    7
    Shell
    8
    Threads

    Curves and Pattern

    1
    Coil
    2
    Rectangular Pattern
    3
    Sketch Patterns
    4
    Circular Pattern
    5
    Project Curves
    6
    Mirror Feature
    7
    Equation and bridge Curves
    8
    Assign Colour and Material
    9
    3D Sketches

    Model

    1
    Model 3
    2
    Model 4
    3
    Model 5

    Surface

    1
    Extrude Surface
    2
    Trim Surface
    3
    Extend Thicken Offset Surface
    4
    Stitch Surface
    5
    Patch and Ruled Surface
    6
    Sculp Surface
    7
    Model Surf

    Assembly

    1
    Intro to Assembly
    2
    Place Component to Assembly
    3
    Mate Constraints
    4
    Angle Mate
    5
    Insert Mate
    6
    Transition Mate
    7
    Rigid Joint
    8
    Rotation and Cylinder Joint
    9
    Assemble constraints
    10
    Top down Approach in Assembly
    11
    Piston Head Assy

    Drawing

    1
    Intro to Drawings
    2
    Insert Views
    3
    Section Views
    4
    Auxiliary Views
    5
    Detailed Views
    6
    Break Views
    7
    Insert Dimensions
    8
    Generate Bill of Material
    9
    Insert Balloons
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