Thursday, December 20, 2018

Inventor Fundamentals Course

Inventor course covers the fundamental principles of 8D parametric part design, assembly design, and creating production-ready part and assembly drawings using Autodesk Inventor®. Students learn how to capture design intent by learning the proper techniques and recommended workflows for creating intelligent 8D parametric parts, creating, placing, and constraining custom and standard components in an assembly, and how to simulate mechanisms, animate assembly designs, and check for interferences.




DESCRIPTION

Inventor course covers the fundamental principles of 8D parametric part design, assembly design, and creating production-ready part and assembly drawings using Autodesk Inventor®. Students learn how to capture design intent by learning the proper techniques and recommended workflows for creating intelligent 8D parametric parts, creating, placing, and constraining custom and standard components in an assembly, and how to simulate mechanisms, animate assembly designs, and check for interferences.



OBJECTIVES:

The primary objective of this course is to provide students with a thorough understanding of the principal 8D design, validation, and documentation processes that they will use to develop products using Autodesk Inventor. Upon completion of the course, the student will be proficient in 8D part and assembly design and documenting those designs using part and assembly drawing creation and annotation techniques.


TRAINING STRUCTURE:
  •    Inventor Professional  8 class x 4 hours = 32 hours
Requirements
  •    Inventor installed on your computer.


Course Contents

• Autodesk Inventor User Interface
• Designing Parametric Parts
• Creating 2D Sketches
• Geometric Constraints
• Dimensioning Sketches
Basic Shape Design
• Creating Basic Sketched Features
• Intermediate Sketching
• Editing Parametric Parts
• Creating Work Features
• Creating Basic Swept Shapes
• Creating Basic Blended Shapes
Detailed Shape Design
• Creating Chamfers and Fillets
• Creating Holes and Threads
• Patterning and Mirroring Features
• Creating Thin-Walled Parts
• Strengthening Parts with Ribs and Webs
Assembly Design Overview
• Designing Assemblies
• Using Project Files for Assembly Design
Placing, Creating, and Constraining Components
• Placing Existing Components in an Assembly
• Constraining Components
• Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center
• Patterning Components
• Basic Part Design in an Assembly
Basic View Creation
• Drawing Creation Environment
• Base and Projected Views
• Section Views
• Detail Views
• Broken Views
• Managing Views
Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables
• Automated Dimensioning Techniques
• Manual Dimensioning Techniques
• Holes and Thread Notes
• Hole Tables
• Creating Centerlines, Symbols, and Leaders
• Creating Tables
Annotating Assembly Drawings
• Bill of Materials
• Creating and Customizing Parts Lists
• Creating Balloons
Presentation
• Exploding the assembly
• Creating videos
• Creating Exploded Drawing Views

To Register In This Course:

                                                                    

Our Team

  • Hussien HafezAerospace Engineer
  • Mina MagedAerospace Engineer
  • Mohamed AliAerospace Engineer
  • Abdellatif RashedElectrical Engineer
  • Mostafa HamodaAerospace Engineer
  • Moaz El SweifyAerospace Engineer