Autodesk Inventor 2022: Introduction to Solid Modeling

Understand and leverage the parametric design philosophy with our five-day Inventor 2022 Introduction to Solid Modeling training delivered by Autodesk-approved instructors.


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Autodesk Inventor 2022: Introduction to Solid Modeling Course Overview

Vinsys’ Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling training provides key skills/knowledge for designing models using the Inventor software. It starts by explaining conceptual sketching, solid modeling, and then moves to assembly design and drawing production.

Course Curriculum


  • Learn the Autodesk Inventor interface.
  • Create/Constrain/Dimension 2D Sketches.
  • Create/Edit the Solid Base 3D Feature from a Sketch.
  • Create/Edit Secondary Solid Features that are Sketched/Placed.
  • Create Equations and Work with Parameters.
  • Manipulate the Display of the Model.
  • Resolve Feature Failures.
  • Duplicate Geometry in the Model.
  • Place/Constrain/Connect Parts in Assemblies.
  • Manipulate the Display of Components in an Assembly.
  • Obtain Model Measurements and Property Information.
  • Create Presentation Files (exploded views).
  • Modify/Analyze the Components in an Assembly.
  • Simulate Motion in an Assembly.
  • Create Parts/Features in Assemblies.
  • Create/Edit an Assembly Bill of Materials.
  • Work with Projects.
  • Create/Annotate Drawings and Views.
  • Customize the Autodesk Inventor Environment.


  • Mechanical Engineers, Draftsmen, and Designers.


  • Access to the 2022 version of Autodesk Inventor.
  • A background in the drafting of 3D parts.
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows.

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Training Options


Virtual Instructor-led Sessions

  • Autodesk-approved Subject-matter Experts
  • Authorized Material
  • Instructor led Online Training
  • 24*7 leaner assistance and support


Per Teams’ Requirements

  • Domain-customization
  • ROI-optimization + Group Discounts
  • Instructor Led Skill Development Program
  • 24*7 Learner Assistance and Support

Course Outline

  • Get Started with Inventor.
  • Inventor Interface.
  • Model Orientation/Display.
  • Selection Techniques.
  • Create a New Part File.
  • Sketched Base Features.
  • Edit Sketched Features.
  • Advanced Sketching Entities.
  • Basic Sketch Editing Tools.
  • Add/Modify Sketch Constraints.
  • Advanced Dimensioning Techniques.
  • Advanced Sketch Editing Tools.
  • Rectangular/Circular Sketch Patterns.
  • Sketch Preferences.
  • Offsetting Sketch Geometry.
  • Project Geometry.
  • Share a Sketch.
  • Sketch with Dynamic/Precise Input.
  • Use AutoCAD Data in Inventor.
  • Edge Chamfers.
  • Constant/Variable Fillets.
  • Face Fillets.
  • Full Round Fillets.
  • Holes/Threads.
  • Edit Pick/Place Features.
  • Create Sequence.
  • Work Planes/Axes/Points.
  • Create Equations.
  • Model/User Parameters.
  • Create Drafts.
  • Split a Face/Part.
  • Shells.
  • Ribs.
  • Reorder Features.
  • Insert Features.
  • Suppress Features.
  • Section Part Models.
  • Part Design Views.
  • Sketch/Feature Failure.
  • Create Rail and Center Line Lofts.
  • Set Conditions/Transitions for Lofts.
  • Rectangular/Circular Feature Patterns.
  • Sketched Driven Patterns.
  • Mirror Parts or Solids.
  • Manipulate Patterns.
  • Establish/Control Feature Relationships.
  • Investigate Feature Relationships.
  • Change Feature Relationships.
  • Assemble Components Using Constraints.
  • Assemble Mini-Toolbar.
  • Content Center.
  • Assembly Browser.
  • Save Assembly Files.
  • Assemble Components Utilizing Joints.
  • Move/Rotate Assembly Components.
  • Suppress Constraints.
  • Control Assembly Component Display.
  • Section Assembly Models.
  • Assembly Design Views.
  • Assembly Selection Filters.
  • Measurement Tools.
  • Model Material and Appearance Settings.
  • Get Started.
  • Storyboards Animations.
  • Snapshot Views.
  • Publish Presentation Files.
  • Replace/Duplicate Components.
  • Restructure Components.
  • Drive Constraints.
  • Contact Solver.
  • Interference Detection.
  • Error Recovery.
  • Create Parts in an Assembly.
  • Create Assembly Features.
  • Create Virtual Components.
  • Create a Bill of Materials.
  • Instance Properties in BOM.
  • Project Files.
  • Resolve Links.
  • Create a New Drawing.
  • Base and Project Views.
  • Additional Drawing Views.
  • Manipulate Views.
  • Add Dimensions to Drawing Views.
  • Draw Sheets.
  • Parts List.
  • Draw Balloons.
  • Styles/Standards.
  • Draw View Hatching.
  • Draw Text.
  • Symbols.
  • Hole and Thread Notes.
  • Chamfer Notes.
  • Center Marks and Center Lines.
  • Hole Tables.
  • Revision Tables and Tags.
  • Application Options.
  • Document Settings.
  • File Properties.
  • Change Part Units.
  • Inventor User Interface Customization.

Course Reviews


Solid modeling can be described as a set of principles used for mathematical and computer modeling of three-dimensional solids.

It's a methodology where features like building elements and engineering components are shaped as per algorithmic processes and not designed directly.

The content and practices covered in the Autodesk Inventor 2022 Introduction to Solid Modeling training are incompatible with previous versions.

Vinsys is an industry-acknowledged Corporate/Individual training provider, an Autodesk-authorized center with Autodesk certified instructors (ACIs) and seasoned experts sharing the official curriculum.  Our instructor-led Inventor 2022 online training, skill-development programs, and 24*7 learner support ensure the most in-depth upskilling experience, necessary for maximizing Inventor Solid Modeling advantages.

Yes, an Autodesk Inventor training completion certificate.