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11/26/2018 11/30/2018
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In this course we will be providing you an understanding of parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-initiated curriculum. Students will be learning the key skills and knowledge needed and used for designing models with the help of Autodesk Inventor. First, we will start with developing conceptual sketching, then we will proceed with solid modeling, assembly designing, and production drawing.

TOPICS COVERED

  • Autodesk Inventor Software Interface and understanding it
  • Create, constraint and dimensioning of 2D Sketches
  • Create and edit a solid base 3D feature using a sketch
  • Create and edit secondary solid features which are sketched and placed
  • Create equations and work with parameters
  • Manipulation of model display
  • Feature failures and their resolution
  • Geometry duplication in model
  • Place and constraint/connect parts in assemblies
  • Display of contents and their manipulation in assembly
  • Components duplication in an assembly
  • Getting measurements of model and property information
  • Create presentation files
  • Modify and analyze components in an assembly
  • Simulation of motion in an assembly
  • Parts and feature creation in assemblies
  • Create and edit an assembly bill of materials
  • Work with projects
  • Drawing and views and their creation and annotation

CHAPTER 1: Autodesk Inventor Introduction

  • Introduction to Autodesk Inventor
  • Fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor
  • How to get started
  • Interface of Autodesk Inventor
  • Manipulation of model

CHAPTER 2: Base feature creation

  • Create a new part file
  • Sketch base feature
  • Edit sketch feature

CHAPTER 3: Additional sketch tool

  • Some Additional Entity types
  • Editing tools basic in nature
  • Tools having additional constraint and dimension

CHAPTER 4: Advanced Tools for sketch editing

  • Editing tools advanced in nature
  • Patterns having Rectangular sketch
  • Patterns having circular sketch
  • Preferences of Sketch

CHAPTER 5: Sketched Secondary features

  • Sketched Secondary features
  • Use of existing geometry

CHAPTER 6: Pick and place features creation

  • Edge Chamfering
  • Constant fillets
  • Variable Fillets
  • Face Fillets
  • Full Round Fillets
  • Straight holes
  • Threads
  • Pick and Place feature editing
  • Sequence creation

CHAPTER 7: Work Features

  • Work Planes
  • Work Axes
  • Work Points

CHAPTER 8: Equations

  • Equations
  • Parameters

CHAPTER 9: Additional Features

  • Face Draft
  • Splitting a Face or Part
  • Shells
  • Ribs

Chapter 10: Model and Display Manipulation

  • Reordering Features
  • Inserting Features
  • Suppressing Features
  • Section Views
  • Design Views

Chapter 11: Fixing Problems

  • Sketch Failure
  • Feature Failure

Chapter 12: Sweep Features

  • Sweep Features

Chapter 13: Loft Features

  • Rail and Center Line Lofts
  • Advanced Loft Options

Chapter 14: Duplication Tools

  • Rectangular Feature Patterns
  • Circular Feature Patterns
  • Sketched Driven Patterns
  • Mirror Parts or Features
  • Manipulate Patterns and Mirror Features

Chapter 15: Feature Relationships

  • Establishing Relationships
  • Controlling Relationships
  • Investigating Relationships
  • Changing Relationships

Appendix A: Sketching Options

  • Sketch Geometry Creation Options
  • Sketch Editing Options
  • Sketch Constraint Options
  • Dimension Type Options

Appendix B: Primitive Base Features

  • Primitive Base Features

Appendix C: Additional Practices I

Part 2

Chapter 16: Assembly Environment

  • Assembling Components Using Constraints
  • Assemble Mini-Toolbar
  • Content Center
  • Assembly Browser
  • Saving Files

Chapter 17: Joint Connections

  • Assembling Components Using Joints

Chapter 18: Manipulating Assembly Display

  • Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
  • Suppressing Constraints
  • Component Display
  • Selection Options in Assemblies

Chapter 19: Model Information

  • Measurement Tools
  • Model Properties

Chapter 20: Presentation Files

  • Creating Presentations
  • Storyboards
  • Snapshot Views
  • Publishing a Presentation File

Chapter 21: Assembly Tools

  • Replacing Components
  • Duplicating Components
  • Restructuring Components
  • Driving Constraints
  • Contact Solver
  • Interference
  • Error Recovery

Chapter 22: Assembly Parts and Features

  • Assembly Parts
  • Assembly Features

Chapter 23: Assembly Bill of Materials

  • Create Virtual Components
  • Create Bill of Materials

Chapter 24: Working With Projects

  • Project Files
  • Resolving Links

Chapter 25: Drawing Basics

  • Creating a New Drawing
  • Base and Projected Views
  • Additional Drawing Views
  • Manipulating Views

Chapter 26: Detailing Drawings

  • Dimensions
  • Drawing Sheets
  • Parts List
  • Balloons
  • Styles and Standards
  • Hatching

Chapter 27: Drawing Annotations

  • Text
  • Symbols vision Tables and Tags
  • Hole and Thread Notes
  • Chamfer Notes
  • Center Marks and Center Lines
  • Hole Tables

Chapter 28: Customizing Autodesk Inventor

  • Application Options
  • Document Settings
  • File Properties
  • Changing Part Units
  • Command Customization

Appendix D: Effective Modeling

  • Design Considerations
  • Modeling Tips and Techniques
  • Model Investigation

Appendix E: Additional Practices II

Appendix F: Autodesk Inventor Certification Exam Objectives

As this is an introductory course, this does not need any prior knowledge of 3D modeling or CAD software. But, students should be experienced with Windows operating system (OS) and slight background in 3D parts drafting is recommended.

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