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A Practical Inventor Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 tutorial, online or offline...so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 9 hours to complete this course  130 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Autodesk Inventor 2015 training course, expert author Adam Cooper teaches you the fundamental tools and techniques needed to create your own 3D digital prototypes and modeling projects. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with Inventor is required.

You will start with a tour of the Inventor 2015 user interface, and then jump into learning about basic sketching. Adam will teach you how to sketch basic features, such as creating an extrusion, secondary features, and work features. This video tutorial will teach you how to sketch advanced features, use parameters and equations, and work with duplication tools. You will then move into the assembly environment, learning how...

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Themenkreis

  • 01. Autodesk Inventor 2015
    • Introduction To Autodesk Inventor 2015
    • About The Author
    • Getting Started
    • Feature Based Modelling
    • Parametric Features
    • Associative Files
    • Assembly Management
    • Model Documentation
    • User Interface
    • Model Manipulation
    • Inventor Project Files
    • Mouse And Selection Interaction
    • 0113 How To Access Your Working Files
  • 02. Basic Sketching
    • Creating 2D Sketches
    • Creating Lines
    • Creating Circles And Arcs
    • Creating Rectangles And Polygons
    • Creating Slots
    • Creating Fillets And Chamfers
    • Sketch Entity Types
    • Sketch Duplication
    • Sketch Modification
    • Creating Valid Profiles
  • 03. Sketch Constraints And Dimensions
    • 0301 Applying Geometric Constraints
    • 0302 Constraint Inference And Persistence
    • 0303 Working With Geometric Constraints
    • 0304 Creating Dimensional Constraints
    • 0305 Working With Dimensional Constraints
    • 0306 Guidelines For Successful Sketching
  • 04. Basic Sketched Features
    • 0401 Creating An Extrusion
    • 0402 Creating A Revolve
    • 0403 Modifying Sketches And Features
    • 0404 Creating Secondary Features
    • 0405 Using Shared Sketches
  • 05. Creating Work Features
    • 0501 Creating Work Planes
    • 0502 Creating Work Axes
    • 0503 Creating Work Points
    • 0504 Working With Work Features
  • 06. Pick And Place Features
    • 0601 Creating Fillets
    • 0602 Creating Chamfers
    • 0603 Creating Holes
    • 0604 Creating Threads
    • 0605 Creating Shells
  • 07. Advanced Sketched Features
    • 0701 Creating Sweeps
    • 0702 Creating Lofts
    • 0703 Creating Coils
  • 08. Modeling Information
    • 0801 Using Parameters And Equations
    • 0802 Part Model Information
  • 09. Feature Duplication Tools
    • 0901 Creating Rectangular Patterns
    • 0902 Creating Circular Patterns
    • 0903 Creating Mirrored Features
    • 0904 Working With Duplication Tools
  • 10. Assembly Design
    • 1001 Assembly Environment
    • 1002 Placing Components In An Assembly
    • 1003 Degrees Of Freedom In An Assembly
    • 1004 Assembly Constraints - Part 1
    • 1005 Assembly Constraints - Part 2
    • 1006 Quick Place And Assemble
    • 1007 Assembly Joints - Part 1
    • 1008 Assembly Joints - Part 2
    • 1009 Editing Constraints And Joints
    • 1010 Proper Constraining Techniques
    • 1011 Content Center Library
    • 1012 Patterning Components In An Assembly Environment
    • 1013 Assembly Mirror And Copy Components
  • 11. In-Place Assembly Editing And Creation
    • 1101 Editing A Component While In Place
    • 1102 Creating A Component In Place
    • 1103 Working With Adaptivity
  • 12. Interacting With An Assembly
    • 1201 Selecting Components
    • 1202 Component States
    • 1203 Creating Assembly Sections
    • 1204 Creating Design Views
    • 1205 Assembly Model Documentation
    • 1206 Interference Checking
  • 13. Creating Exploded Assembly Views
    • 1301 The Presentation Environment
    • 1302 Exploding Your Assembly
    • 1303 Animating Your Exploded Assembly View
  • 14. Basic View Creation
    • 1401 Model Documentation
    • 1402 Creating Base Views
    • 1403 Creating Projected Views
    • 1404 Creating Auxillary Views
    • 1405 Creating Section Views
    • 1406 Creating Detail Views
    • 1407 Modifying Existing Drawing Views
    • 1408 View Manipulations
  • 15. Dimensioning Methods
    • 1501 Dimension Types
    • 1502 Retrieving Model Dimensions
    • 1503 Drawing Based Dimensions
    • 1504 Creating Baseline Dimensions
    • 1505 Creating Ordinate Dimensions
    • 1506 Creating Chain Dimensions
    • 1507 Editing Dimensions
  • 16. Annotation And Symbols
    • 1601 Hole, Thread And Chamfer Notes
    • 1602 Centermarks And Centerlines
    • 1603 Documenting Views With Symbols
    • 1604 Placing And Editing Leaders And Text
    • 1605 Examining General Tables And Hole Tables
    • 1606 Revision Tables And Tags
  • 17. Bill Of Materials And Parts Lists
    • 1701 Examining Bill Of Material
    • 1702 Editing The Bill Of Material
    • 1703 Creating A Parts List
    • 1704 Balloon Placement
  • 18. Conclusion
    • 1801 Wrap-Up

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