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Autodesk Inventor Training

Autodesk Inventor Training

Autodesk Inventor Training

Course Information: Online Autodesk Inventor Training

    Duration: 30 Hours (Online/Offline)


This course is designed for the students who want to learn product design using Autodesk Inventor, which is a feature-based 3D parametric solid modeling software. After completion of this course, the trainees/students will be able to create solid components, sheet metal components, assemblies,drawing views with bill of materials (BOM).Also, the trainees/students will learn the editing techniques that are essential for making a successful design.

Course Outline

1. Introduction to Inventor
  • Different modules of Autodesk Inventor
  • Starting new templates
  • Ribbon and Tabs
  • Units for Dimensions
  • Important terms and their dimensions
2. Drawing Sketches For Solid Models
  • Introduction to the Sketching Environment
  • Sketching Entities
  • Drawing Display Tools
3. Adding Constraints and Dimensions to Sketches
  • Adding Geometric Constraints to a Sketch
  • Adding Dimensions to Sketches
  • Setting the Scale of a Sketch
  • Creating Driven Dimensions
  • Concept of Fully-Constrained Sketches
  • Measuring Sketched Entities
4. Editing, Extruding, and Revolving Sketches
  • Editing Sketched Entities
  • Creating Patterns
  • Writing Text in the Sketching Environment
  • Inserting Images and Documents in Sketches
  • Editing Sketched Entities by Dragging
  • Tolerances
  • Converting the Base Sketch into a Base Feature
  • Extruding the Sketch
  • Revolving the Sketch
  • Direct Manipulation of Features by Using the
  • Mini Toolbar
  • Rotating the View of a Model in 3D Space
  • Controlling the Display of Models
5. Advanced Modeling Tools-I
  • Creating Sketching Planes
  • Work Features
  • Creating Holes, Fillets, Chamfer, and
  • Mirror Features
  • Creating Patterns of features.
  • Creating Rib Features
  • Thickening Faces or Surfaces, Offset Faces or Surfaces
  • Embossing or Engraving Sketched Entities on a Feature
  • Using the Decal Tool to Apply an Image on a Feature
  • Assign Different Colors/Styles to a Model
6. Editing Features and Adding Automatic
  • Dimensions to Sketches
  • Edit features in a model
  • Redefine the sketching plane of a feature
  • Suppress and unsupress features
  • Add automatic dimensions to sketches
7. Advanced Modeling Tools-II
  • Sweep Features
  • Lofted Features
  • Coil Features
  • Internal or External Threads
  • Shell Features
  • Applying Drafts on the Faces of a Model
  • Splitting the Faces of a Model or a Complete
  • Adding Surface Patches
  • Stitching Multiple Surfaces to a Single Surface
  • Sculpt features
  • Using of Sketch Doctor and Design Doctor
8. Assembly Modeling-I
  • Assembly Modeling
  • Types of Assemblies
  • Creating Top-down Assemblies
  • Creating Bottom-Up Assemblies
  • Assembling Components by Using the
  • Constrain Tool
  • Specifying the Limits for Constraining
  • Assembling Parts by Using the Assemble Tool
  • Applying Joints to the Assembly
  • Making a Pattern Instance Independent
9. Advanced Modeling Tools-II
  • Editing Assembly Constraints
  • Editing Components
  • Creating Subassemblies
  • Checking Degrees of Freedom of a Component
  • Creating the Pattern of Components in an Assembly
  • Replacing a Component from the Assembly File with
  • another Component
  • Mirroring Subassemblies or Components of an Assembly
10. Working with Drawing Views-I
  • Types of Views
  • Generating Drawing Views
  • Drafting Drawing Views
  • Editing Drawing Views
  • Deleting Drawing Views
  • Moving Drawing Views
  • Copying Drawing Views
  • Rotating Drawing Views
  • Changing the Orientation of Drawing Views
  • Assigning Different Hatch Patterns to Components
  • Editing the Default Hatch Style of the Sectioned Objects
  • Excluding Components from Assembly Section Views
11. Working with Drawing Views-II
  • Modifying Drawing Standards
  • Inserting Additional Sheets into Drawing
  • Activating a Drawing Sheet
  • Displaying Dimensions in Drawing Views
  • Editing Drawing Sheets
  • Creating Dimension Styles
  • Applying Dimension Styles
  • Modifying a Dimension and its Appearance Using the
  • Shortcut Menu
  • Adding the Parts List
  • Editing the Parts List
  • Setting the Standard for the Parts List
  • Adding Balloons to Assembly Drawing Views
  • Adding Text to a Drawing Sheet
12. Working with the Sheet Metal Components
  • The Sheet Metal Module
  • Sheet Metal Component Parameters
  • Creating Sheet Metal Components
  • Folding Sheet Metal Components
  • Adding Flanges to Sheet Metal Components
  • Adding Flanges to Sheet Metal Components
  • Creating Seams at the Corners of Sheet Metal
  • Components
  • Bending the Faces of a Sheet Metal Component
  • Rounding the Corners of Sheet Metal Components
  • Chamfering the Corners of Sheet Metal Components
  • Chamfering the Corners of Sheet Metal Components
  • Punching 3D Shapes into Sheet Metal Components
  • Creating Hems
  • Creating Contour Flanges
  • Creating the Flat Patterns of Sheet Metal Components

Student Reviews

  • Pratyay Kumar Das

    Posted on 26th May, 2022

    I have learned AUTODESK INVENTOR from TIET. The experience was nice, the faculty was very helpful, and I also got an Autodesk Certificate. Thank you for everything.