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Inventor 2013: Introduction to Solid Modeling E-learning (Online)

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4 Weeks Duration. Consists of weekly live sessions (one 3-4 hour session per week) with an Autodesk ATC Certified Instructor, weekly assignments and assessments (using on-line video content available 24/7) as well as a Final Exam on the last class day. Successful completion earns an Autodesk ATC Completion Certificate.

Objective
This course is the starting point for all new Inventor users.  The Inventor 2013 Introduction to Solid Modeling course instructs users in best usage approaches for parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum.  Users acquire the knowledge to complete the process of designing models, from conceptual sketching through to solid modeling, assembly design and drawing production.

Who Should Attend
New users of Autodesk Inventor 2013.

Prerequisites
As an introductory course, Inventor 2013 Introduction to Solid Modeling does not assume prior knowledge of any 3D modeling or CAD software.  Students do not need to be experienced with the Windows operating system and a background in drafting of 3D parts is recommended.

Class Outline
The topics covered will vary slightly with each class based upon the pace of the students. As an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, we adhere to the strict quality control procedures established by Autodesk to consistently deliver the highest caliber learning experience possible.

  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Inventor
    • Solid Modeling
    • Inventor Fundamentals
      • Feature-Based Modeling
      • Parametric Features
      • Associative
      • Assembly Management
      • Model Documentation
    • The Inventor Interface
      • User Interface
    • Model Manipulation
      • Projects
      • Modes
      • Multiple Windows
      • Model Orientation
      • Model Display
      • Object Selection
    • Exercise 1a Open and Manipulate a Part
    • Exercise 1b Orient and Edit a Part
    • Exercise 1c Select Hidden Features
  • Chapter 2: Creating the Base Feature
    • Solid Base Features
      • Grid and Axis Display
      • Origin Features
      • Sketch Plane
      • Sketch Entities
      • Sketching Revolved Sections
      • Dynamic Input & Dimensioning for Sketching
      • Dimensioning
      • Constraining
      • Depth
      • Direction
    • Exercise 2a Extruded Base Features I
    • Exercise 2b Extruded Base Features II
    • Exercise 2c Revolved Base Feature
    • Exercise 2d Additional Parts
  • Chapter 3: Sketching Geometry
    • Sketch Geometry
      • Tangent Arc using a Line
      • Tangent Line between two Circles/Arcs
      • Construction Entities
      • Slice Graphics
      • Trim
      • Extend
      • Mirror
      • Fillets and Chamfers
      • Assigning Constraints
      • Controlling Constraint Inference
      • Constraint Persistence
      • Controlling Constraint Display
      • Deleting Constraints
      • Center Dimensions
      • Angular Dimensions
      • Revolved Sketch Dimensions
      • Tangent Dimensions
    • Exercise 3a Apply Constraints
    • Exercise 3b Create Sketched Geometry I
    • Exercise 3c Create Sketched Geometry II
    • Exercise 3d Manipulating Entities (Optional)
  • Chapter 4: Additional Sketching Tools
    • Advanced Editing Tools
      • Move, Copy, Rotate, Scale, and Stretch
      • Copy and Paste
      • Split
    • Using Existing Geometry
      • Offset
      • Projected Geometry
      • Share
      • Sketch
      • Insert AutoCAD File
      • Show/Hide Dimensions of a Sketch
    • Over-Dimensioned Sketches
    • Sketch Preferences
      • Sketch Tab
      • Part Tab
      • Sketch Grid Settings
    • Exercise 4a Skech Editing Tools
    • Exercise 4b Create Sketch Geometry
    • Exercise 4c Copy and Paste a Sketch
  • Chapter 5: Sketched Secondary Features
    • Extruded Secondary Features
    • Revolved Secondary Features
    • Editing Sketched Secondary Features
    • 3D Grip Modification
    • Exercise 5a Create a Sketched Revolve
    • Exercise 5b Create a Sketched Extrusions
    • Exercise 5c Create Sketched Extrusions II
    • Exercise 5d 3D Grips
    • Exercise 5e Create Sketched Extrustions III
  • Chapter 6: Creating Pick and Place Features
    • Edge Chamfer
    • Constant Fillets
    • Variable Fillets
    • Face Fillets
    • Full Round Fillets
    • Straight Holes
    • Threads
    • Editing Pick and Place Features
    • Creation Sequence
    • Exercise 6a Add Pick and Place Features
    • Exercise 6b Create a Coaxial Hole
    • Exercise 6c Add Fillets
    • Exercise 6d Adding Pick & Place Features (Optional)
  • Chapter 7: Work Features
    • Work Planes
    • Work Axes
    • Work Points
    • Exercise 7a Using Work Features to create Geometry I
    • Exercise 7b Using Work Features to create Geometry II
    • Exercise 7c Using Work Features to create Geometry III (Optional)
  • Chapter 8: Equations
    • Equations
    • Parameters
      • Model Parameters
      • User-Defined Parameters
      • Reference Parameters
      • Parameter Notes
    • Exercise 8a Add Equations
    • Exercise 8b Add Parameters
    • Exercise 8c Working with Parameters
  • Chapter 9: Additional Features and Functions
    • Face Draft
    • Splitting a Face or Part
    • Shells
    • Ribs
    • Bend Part
    • Reordering Features
    • Inserting Features
    • Suppressing Features
    • Exercise 9a Create Shell and Ribs
    • Exercise 9b Splitting a Face
    • Exercise 9c Bend Part
    • Exercise 9d Shelling (Optional)
  • Chapter 10: Fixing Problems
    • Sketch Failure
    • Feature Failure
      • Sketch Doctor
      • Design Doctor
    • Exercise 10a Resolve Sketch Problems
    • Exercise 10b Resolve Feature Failure
    • Exercise 10c Resolve Feature Failure
  • Chapter 11: Sweep Features
    • Sweep Feature
    • Exercise 11a Creating a Swept Cut
    • Exercise 11b Dipstick
    • Exercise 11c Create Swept Features (Optional)
  • Chapter 12: Loft Features
    • Rail Lofts
    • Center Line Lofts
    • Advanced Loft Options
    • Exercise 12a Rail Lofts
    • Exercise 12b Center Line Loft I
    • Exercise 12c Center Line Loft II
  • Chapter 13: Duplication Tools
    • Rectangular Sketch Patterns
    • Circular Sketch Patterns
    • Mirror Parts or Features
    • Manipulating Patterns and Mirror Features
      • Suppress Patterns
      • Edit Patterns
      • Delete Patterns
    • Exercise 13a Pattern Features
    • Exercise 13b Mirror a Model
    • Exercise 13c Copy and Mirror Features
  • Chapter 14: Feature Relationships
    • Establishing Relationships
      • Pick and Place Features
      • Sketched Features
    • Controlling Relationships
    • Investigating Relationships
      • Model Browser
      • Equations
    • Changing Relationships
      • Edit Sketch
      • Redefine
      • Show Dimensions
      • Edit Feature
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Based in Texas, Enceptia has been serving the design build industry since 1987. For more information about Enceptia, please visit enceptia.com or call (800) 454-5499.

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