Autodesk Inventor Essentials Training

Autodesk Inventor Essentials Training is designed for new and beginner Autodesk Inventor users who want to learn the essential tool and principles of 3D parametric part design, assembly design and creating production ready part assembly drawings using Autodesk Inventor. The course is designed to give students an excellent foundation to understand and familiarize with the features and commands of Inventor.

Course Details
Autodesk Inventor Essential Training
• Utilize the Design Support system and on line help
• Create, Constrain, and Edit sketched features
• Effectively work with Construction Planes, Axes and Points
• Fillets, Chamfers, Shells and Patterns
• Create Views, Sheets, Title blocks, and edit part drawings
• Use Assembly modeling to Create, Place and Constrain components
• Design and sketch adaptive parts with features and occurrences
• Manage model data using Templates and Design Assistant
• Exchange model data by Linking, Translating and Importing Prerequisite
• A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows.
• Newcomers to Autodesk Inventor
• Users who have previously used a diffe
rent CAD tool & are looking to migrate to Autodesk In ventor Manual Autodesk Inventor

Day 1

Chapter 1:
Introduction to Autodesk
Autodesk Inventor Fundamentals
Autodesk Inventor Interface
Model Manipulation
Chapter exercise
Chapter 2:
Chapter exercise
Creating the Base Feature
Creating a New Part File
Sketched Base Features
Primitive Base Features
Chapter exercise
Chapter 3:
Sketching Geometry
Sketch Geometry
Chapter exercise
Chapter 4:
Additional Sketching Tools
Advanced Editing Tools
Rectangular Sketch Patterns
Circular Sketch Patterns Over
Dimensioned Sketches
Sketch Preferences
Chapter exercise
Chapter 5:
Sketched Secondary Features
Extruded Secondary Features
Revolved Secondary Features
Using Existing Geometry
Editing Sketched Secondary Features
3D Grip Modification
Chapter exercise
Chapter 6:
Creating Pick and Place Features
Edge Chamfer
Constant Fillets
Variable Fillets
Face Fillets
Full Round Fillets
Straight Holes
Editing Pick and Place Features
Creation Sequence
Chapter exercise
Chapter 7:
Work Features
Work Planes
Work Axes
Work Points
Chapter exercise
Chapter 8:
Chapter exercise
Chapter 9:
Additional Features
Face Draft
Splitting a Face or Part
Bend Part
Chapter exercise
Chapter 10:
Model and Display
Reordering Features
Inserting Features
Suppressing Features
Section Views
Design Views
Chapter exercise

Day 2

Chapter 11:
Fixing Problems
Sketch Failure
Feature Failure
Chapter exercise
Chapter 12:
Sweep Features
Sweep Features
Chapter exercise
Chapter 13:
Loft Features
Rail Lofts
Center Line Lofts
Advanced Loft Options
Chapter exercise
Chapter 14:
Duplication Tools
Rectangular Feature Patterns
Circular Feature Patterns
Mirror Parts or Features
Manipulate Patterns and Mirror
Chapter exercise
Chapter 15:
Feature Relationships
Establishing Relationships
Controlling Relationships
Investigating Relationships
Changing Relationships
Chapter exercise
Chapter 16:
Assembly Environment
Assembling Components using Constraints
Content Center
Assembly Browser
Saving Files
Chapter exercise
Chapter 17:
Joint Connections
Assembling Components using Joints
Chapter exercise
Chapter 18:
Manipulating Assembly Display
Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
Suppressing Constraints
Component Display
Selection Options in Assemblies
Chapter exercise
Chapter 19:
Model Information
Measurement Tools
Model Properties
Chapter exercise
Chapter 20:
Design Presentation and Animation
Exploded View Presentations
Chapter exercise

Day 2

Chapter 21:
Assembly Tools
Replacing Components
Restructuring Components
Driving Constraints
Contact Solver
Error Recovery
Chapter exercise
Chapter 22:
Assembly Parts and Features
Assembly Parts
Assembly Features
Chapter exercise
Chapter 23:
Assembly Bill of Materials
Create Virtual Components
Create Bill of Materials
Chapter exercise
Chapter 24:
Working With Projects
New Projects
Resolving Links
The Vault Browser
Chapter exercise
Chapter 25:
Drawing Basics
New Drawing Views
Manipulating Views
Chapter exercise
Chapter 26:
Detailing Drawings
Drawing Sheets
Parts List
Styles and Standards
Chapter exercise
Chapter 27:
Drawing Annotations
Hole and Thread Notes
Chamfer Notes
Center Marks and Center Lines
Hole Tables
Revision Tables and Tags
Chapter exercise
Chapter 28:
Customizing Autodesk Inventor
Application Options
Document Settings
File Properties
Changing Part Units
Command Customization
Chapter exercise

Training Mode

Weekends (Sat/Sun)
Only Sundays

How to Apply:

If you require any further information regarding our advanced Autodesk Inventor Course please contact our Autodesk Inventor training admission team.,    +91 (0)9566 860 890.