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- Learning to apply motion to existing assembly constraints utilizing Motion/Transitional constraints.
- The Top-Down Design technique to create assemblies and their components.
- Tools for Top-Down Design, from associative links, adaptive parts, multi-body and layout design, derived components, to skeleton models.
- Create positional representations to review motion, evaluate the position of assembly components, or document an assembly in a drawing.
- Use the model simplification tools for creating simplified part models and views of assembly designs.
- Create model states and iAssemblies for creating customizable versions of assembly designs.
- Create rendered realistic images/animations of parts and assemblies using Inventor Studio and the Video Producer.
- Use the Design Accelerator and Frame Generator for easily inserting standard customizable components and features into your model.
- Efficiently duplicate components in an assembly.
- Add welds and weld symbols to weldment assemblies.
- Mechanical Engineers, Product Designers, Drafters, or Modelers.
- Individuals willing to develop careers in 3D CAD.
- In-depth understanding of Inventor basics as covered in the Autodesk Inventor: Introduction to Solid Modeling course.
- The ability to use Microsoft Excel.
- Recommended Preparation Training: Autodesk Inventor: Advanced Part Modeling
Virtual Instructor-led Sessions
- Autodesk-approved Subject-matter Experts
- Authorized Course Material
- Assembly Motion/Transitional Constraints.
- Tips to Work with Assemblies and Assembly Relationships.
- Top-Down Design Process and Tools.
- Modify Derived Components.
- Multi-Body Part Modelling
- Layout Design
- Associative Links.
- Adaptive Assembly Parts.
- Positional Representations Introduction.
- Create/Edit Positional Representations.
- Use Positional Representations.
- Model Simplification Introduction.
- Simplify, Simplify View, and Define Envelopes.
- Create a Simplified Part.
- Substitute Model States.
- Create Derived Substitutes.
- Link Model States.
- Place/Open Assemblies Using Model States.
- Use Model States in Drawings/Presentations.
- Create Basic/Multi-Level iAssemblies.
- Place/Edit iAssemblies.
- Design Assistant.
- Pack and Go.
- Purge Old Files.
- Engineer's Handbook.
- Video Producer.
- Create a Standard Room.
- Structural Shape Author.
- Pattern/Mirror/Copy Components.
- Work with Weldments.
- Fillet Welds.
- Cosmetic/Groove Welds.
Inventor improves product performance, reduces repetitive tasks, and boosts collaboration.
It can be described as a collection of parts/subassemblies functioning as a single unit.
Inventor 2022 provides multiple user-requested enhancements and updates. The prominent ones include Model states-parts, Model states-assemblies, Revit interoperability, and Drawing enhancements.
Yes, it is a must for ensuring compatibility.
24 hours, spread across 3 days.
Vinsys remains a globally admired Corporate/Individual training provider, an Autodesk-authorized training center with Autodesk certified trainers (ACTs) and seasoned industry experts sharing the official curriculum.
Our instructor-led Inventor online training, customizable skill-development programs, and 24*7 learner support ensure the most comprehensive upskilling experience, a must for maximizing Autodesk Inventor advantages.
Yes, a course completion certificate from Autodesk.
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