- June 8, 2015 - June 12, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Advanced Part Modeling Design
Length: 2 Days
This course covers the fundamental principles for creating complex parts using Autodesk Inventor. Students learn new design philosophies and ways to maximize flexibility of their design. Topics include: 3D sketches, advanced sweeps, lofts, and coils; intro to surfacing;parts;import/export data; and advanced drawing tools.
Prerequisite: Students should have completed Autodesk Inventor Essentials Design course or have a thorough understanding of Inventor parametric part and assembly design. A working knowledge of mechanical part and assembly design is a plus. A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows is recommended.
Advanced Assembly Modeling
Length: 3 Days
This course covers the recommended workflows for creating 3D assemblies using Autodesk Inventor. Students learn the proper techniques for skeletal modeling, adaptive design, and functional design. Students also learn how to quickly create steel frame designs, create and document welded designs, and publish custom parts using the Content Center.
Prerequisite: Students should have completed the Inventor Essentials course or have an equivalent understanding of Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Knowledge of parametric solid modeling concepts or mechanical engineering experience is a plus. A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows is recommended.
Venue: TPM Greenville