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Course Description

Industrial Training in Inventor is a modular course. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in Inventor comprises of

    • Getting Started
    • Installing Autodesk Inventor
    • Introducing the Home Screen
    • Using the Get Started Tab
    • Navigating the Autodesk Inventor Environment
    • Using the Multiple Document Commands
    • Using the View Navigation Commands
    • Using the View Cube
    • Using the Navigation Bar
    • Navigating with the Steering Wheel
    • Using a 3D Mouse
    • Using the Information Center and Help
    • Using the Quick Access Toolbar
    • Navigating the Application Menu
    • Using the Application Menu Management Commands
    • Assembly Introduction
    • Using Full and Express Modes
    • Understanding Assembly Files
    • Identifying Assembly Components
    • Organizing with Browser Folders
    • Introducing Component Visibility
    • Introducing the Browser Filter and Find
    • Introducing the Center of Gravity
    • Introducing the Bill of Materials
    • Understanding Assembly Features
    • Assembly Creation
    • Creating a New Assembly
    • Placing a Component in an Assembly
    • Placing a Component from Content Center
    • Creating a Part Component in Place
    • Autodropping a Component from Content Center
    • Creating an Assembly Component in Place
    • Creating a Virtual Component in an Assembly
    • Assembly Components
    • Replacing a Component in an Assembly
    • Editing Assembly Components
    • Measuring Assembly Components
    • Analyzing Interference
    • Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
    • Solving for Contact
    • Copying Components
    • Copying and Pasting Multiple Components
    • Patterning Components Associatively
    • Patterning Components in a Circle
    • Patterning Components in a Rectangle
    • Mirroring Assembly Components
    • Promoting and Demoting Assembly Components
    • Assembly Relationships
    • Assembly Relationships Constraining with Mate andFlush
    • Constraining with Tangent and Insert
    • Constraining at Angles
    • Constraining Symmetrically
    • Limiting Constraints
    • Creating 3D Motion Constraints
    • Creating 3D Transitional Constraints
    • Creating a 3D Constraint Set
    • Creating a Rigid Relationship
    • Creating a Rotational Relationship
    • Creating a Slider Relationship
    • View Appearance
    • Using Other Viewing Methods
    • Seting Viewing Options
    • Viewing Inventor Models Realistically
    • Colorizing Models
    • Shading Models
    • Viewing Models in Wireframe
    • Understanding the Artistic Visual Styles
    • Shadowing Models
    • Reflecting the Model
    • Viewing the Ground Plane
    • Assembly Management
    • Using View Representations
    • Documenting View Representations
    • Representing Positions
    • Documenting a Positional Representation Using
    • Overlay
    • Creating a Level of Detail
    • Documenting a Level of Detail
    • Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Merging Out
    • Seams
    • Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Keeping Seams
    • Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Single Composite
    • Feature
    • Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Maintain Each
    • Solid as a Solid Body
    • Presentations
    • Creating a Presentation
    • Tweaking Components
    • Filtering Components
    • Animating Views
    • Creating Presentation and Assembly Drawings
    • Assembly Drawings
    • Introducing the Drawing Environment
    • Navigating the Tools Tab in the Drawing
    • Environment
    • Creating and Editing Parts Lists
    • Filtering Parts Lists
    • Manually Placing Balloons
    • Automatically Placing Balloons
    • Editing the Bill of Materials
    • Understanding Revision Tables and Revision Tags
    • Splitting a Table between Sheets
    • Create Parts
    • Introducing Part Modeling
    • Creating a New Part File
    • Introducing the Sketch Environment
    • Sketching Overview
    • Using Basic Sketch Commands
    • Modifying a Sketch Feature
    • Creating a Virtual Sketch Intersection
    • Create and Edit Parts
    • Modifying a Placed Feature
    • Modifying a Work Feature
    • Bending a Part
    • Placing a Hole Lineally
    • Placing a Hole Concentrically
    • Freeform Parts
    • Exploring the Freeform Tool
    • Creating Part Documents
    • Creating a New Drawing
    • Understanding Borders and Title Blocks
    • Creating Base and Projected Views
    • Creating Auxiliary Views
    • Creating Section Views
    • Creating Detail Views
    • Creating a Broken View
    • Creating Break Out Views
    • Annotating Part Documents
    • Dimensioning an Isometric View
    • Creating Baseline Dimensions and Baseline
    • Dimension Sets
    • Creating Ordinate Dimensions and Ordinate
    • Dimension Sets
    • Creating Chain Dimensions and Chain Dimension
    • Sets
    • Moving Annotation Dimensions and Adjusting
    • Properties
    • Multi-Body Components
    • Creating Multi-Body Parts
    • Making Multi-Body Parts
    • Weldments
    • Creating a Weldment
    • Creating Fillet and Groove Welds
    • Preparing the Welds
    • Machining Welds
    • Documenting Welds
    • Advanced Sketching and Constraining Techniques
    • Creating a 2D Interpolation Spline
    • Creating Control Vertex Splines
    • Creating Equation Curves
    • Importing Points
    • Patterning Sketches
    • Sharing and Copying Sketches
    • Frame Generator
    • Generating Frames
    • Creating and Modifying Reusable Frame Members
    • Changing Inserted Frame Members
    • Mitering Frame Members
    • Notching Frame Members
    • Trimming to Frame Members
    • Trimming and Extending to Frame Members
    • Lengthening and Shortening Frame Members
    • Analyzing Frames
    • Advanced Part Modeling Techniques
    • Using Open Profiles to Create Part Features
    • Creating Rib and Web Features
    • Using the Emboss Features
    • Understanding Geometry Text
    • Sweeping Features
    • Adding Twist to Swept Features
    • Projecting A 3D Sketch
    • Sketching in 3D
    • Sketching a 3D Helical Coil
    • Sheet Metal
    • Understanding Sheet Metal
    • Specifying the A-Side of a Sheet Metal Part
    • Using Sheet Metal Rules
    • Creating Sheet Metal Rules
    • Understanding Sheet Metal Bend Tables
    • Creating Sheet Metal Faces
    • Creating a Single Sheet Metal Flange
    • Creating Multiple Sheet Metal Flanges
    • Creating a Sheet Metal Contour Flange
    • Creating a Sheet Metal Lofted Flange
    • Direct Editing in the Sheet Metal Environment
    • Documentation Sheet Metal
    • Placing Sheet Metal Views
    • Orientating Sheet Metal Views
    • Creating Sheet Metal Bend Notes, Tags and Tables
    • Creating Sheet Metal Punch Notes and Tables
    • Adjusting Sheet Metal Bend Order
    • Using Sheet Metal iProperties on an IDW
    • Plastic Part Design
    • Introducing Plastic Part Design
    • Creating a Grill Feature on a Plastic Part Design
    • Creating a Snap Fit Feature on a Plastic Part
    • Creating a Thread Side Boss Plastic Part Feature
    • Creating a Head Side Boss Plastic Part Feature
    • Creating a Rule Fillet Plastic Part Feature
    • Creating a Lip and Groove Plastic Part Feature
    • Creating a Rest Plastic Part Feature
    • Sketch Blocks
    • Creating Sketch Blocks
    • Working with Sketch Blocks
    • Making Components from Sketch Blocks
    • Drawing File Creation and Settings
    • Understanding Images in Tile Blocks
    • Understanding Templates
    • Using Drawing Resources
    • Creating and Editing Sheets
    • Creating Custom Borders
    • Creating Custom iProperties in the Title Block
    • Document Settings and Application Options
    • Setting the Local Document
    • Setting the Proper Prompts
    • Setting the Assembly Application Options
    • Setting the Sketch Application Options
    • Settintg the Options for Saving Files
    • Setting the General Application Options
    • Setting the Environment Color
    • Setting the File Location Options
    • Setting the Options for New Part Creation
    • Introducing the Style Editor
    • Setting the BOM Document Setings
    • Content Center
    • Introducing the Content Center
    • Inserting Content from Content Center
    • Using AutoDrop
    • Using iFeatures
    • Extracting and Creating an iFeature
    • Placing an iFeature
    • Editing an iFeature
    • Creating iParts
    • Understanding iAssemblies
    • Importing and Exporting Files
    • Importing File Formats
    • Exporting File Formats
    • Moving Your Design with Pack and Go
    • Surfaces
    • Creating and Editing Surfaces
    • Replacing and Sculpting Faces
    • Creating a Silhouette Curve
    • Creating a Boundary Patch
    • Using Design Accelerators
    • Creating Spur Gears
    • Creating Cylindrical Cams
    • Creating O-Rings
    • Creating Bolted Connections
    • Creating Shafts
    • iLogic Basics
    • Introducing iLogic Basics
    • Understanding iLogic Parameters
    • Understanding iLogic Parameter Filters
    • Adjusting Feature Suppression Using iLogic
    • Adjusting Dimensions Using iLogic
    • Selection Filters
    • Using Assembly Selection Filters
    • Using Part Selection Filters
    • Using Drawing Selection Filters
    • Interoperability
    • Simplifying an Assembly
    • Defining Envelopes in Simplified Assemblies
    • Exporting a Revit Family File