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Advance Autodesk Inventor Training

Autodesk Inventor 2017, developed by U.S. based software company Autodesk, is a computer-aided design application for creating 3D digital prototypes used in the design, visualization and simulation of products.GN Infotech teaches the use of Autodesk Inventor 2017 as a digital prototyping tool. Users gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a workable model using the powerful 3D tools in Inventor 2017.
Autodesk Inventor is a powerful software package that allows engineers to design parts, create assemblies, animate assemblies and create real life renderings of their models. CAD is one of the main ways an engineer can communicate their ideas to other parts of a company like Sales, Marketing and Technical Support.
GN Infotech provides the best Inventor 2017 Training in Khanna with above mentioned course curriculum. GN Infotech labs are equipped with latest software so that students can get 100% practical training.

At the completion of Autodesk Inventor Training the participant will exhibit the following

Navigating user interface
Design 2D sketches, 3D parts
Views 2D & 3D parts and assembly designs
Define dimensions, annotations, and tables
Advanced part-modeling techniques
Building complex sheet metal parts, assemblies, and design.
View & simulation of design parts

Why Autodesk Inventor Training at GN Infotech ?

Industry Compliant Syllabus
Multi-Platform Demonstration
Product Based Training
Real-Time Case Studies
Use of Latest Tools & Technology
LCD equipped class room
Unlimited Lab facility
Faculty drawn from Industries
Daily Handouts & Lab Exercise
Workshops on New Technologies

Target Auidence

CAD Inventor Designer

Next Technical Upgrade :

Chapter-1 Getting Started (Click to View Detail…)

Autodesk Inventor user interface
View manipulation
Designing parametric parts
Basic sketching techniques
Creating 2D sketches
Geometric constraints
Dimensioning sketches

Chapter-2 Basic shape design (Click to View Detail…)

Creating basic sketched features
Intermediate sketching
Editing parametric parts
3D grip editing
Creating work features
Creating basic swept shapes

Chapter-3 Detailed shape design (Click to View Detail…)

Creating chamfers and fillets
Creating holes and threads
Patterning and mirroring features
Creating thin-walled parts

Chapter-4 Basic view creation (Click to View Detail…)

Drawing creation environment
Base and projected views
Section views
Detail views
Crop views
Managing views

Chapter-5 Dimensions, annotations and tables (Click to View Detail…)

Automated dimensioning techniques
Manual dimensioning techniques
Annotating holes and threads
Creating centerlines, symbols and leaders
Revision tables and tags

Chapter-6 Lofts & Loft Options (Click to View Detail…)

Area Lofts
Advanced Sweeps
Analyzing a Model
Analysis Types, Analysis Procedures
Custom Sketches
Create Sketch Symbols
Place Sketched Symbols
AutoCAD Blocks in Inventor

Chapter-7 Introduction to Surfacing Techniques (Click to View Detail…)

Basic Surfaces
Patch Surfaces
Stitch Surfaces
Sculpting with Surfaces
Thickening and Offsetting a Surface
Extend and Trim Surface
Replace Face
Delete Face
Copy Surface
Importing Surfaces
Repairing Imported Surfaces

Chapter-8 Assembly design overview (Click to View Detail…)

Designing assemblies
Using project files in assembly designs

Chapter-9 Placing, creating and constraining components (Click to View Detail…)

Placing components in an assembly
Constraining components
Placing standard components using the content center
Basic part design in an assembly

Chapter-10 Interacting with an assembly (Click to View Detail…)

Identifying parts in an assembly
Analysis and motion tools
Presenting your assembly

Chapter-11 Annotating assembly drawings (Click to View Detail…)

Assembly-centric bill of materials
Creating and customising parts Lists
Creating balloons

Chapter-12 Associative Links and Adaptive Parts (Click to View Detail…)

Associative Links
Adaptive Assembly Parts

Chapter-13 Translation (Click to View Detail…)

Import and Export Data
Import Data Formats
Importing Solids

Chapter-14 Applying Motions (Click to View Detail…)

Driving Constraints
Motion Constraints
Transitional Constraints

Chapter-15 Understanding Sheet Metal Modeling (Click to View Detail…)

Sheet Metal Concepts
Sheet Metal Terminology
Sheet Metal Environment
Sheet Metal Design Process
Working With Sheet Metal Rules
Sheet, Bend and Corner Tab Options
Bend Tables

Chapter-16 Creating Sheet Metal Features (Click to View Detail…)

Applying Existing Sheet Metal Defaults
Creating a Face as a Base Feature
Creating a Contour Flange as a Base Feature
Creating a Contour Roll as a Base Feature
Sheet Metal Parameters
Bend Relief Shapes
Faces as Secondary Features
Contour Flanges as Secondary Features
Contour Rolls as Secondary Features

Chapter-17 Working with Flanges and Rips (Click to View Detail…)

Creating Flanges
Corner Relief Options
Lofted Flanges

Chapter-18 Bending Sheet Metal (Click to View Detail…)

Bend Features

Chapter-19 Sheet Metal Cuts (Click to View Detail…)

Creating Cut Features
Creating Straight Holes
Using Punch Tool Features
Cuts Using Surfaces
Creating Corner Rounds
Creating Corner Chamfers
Creating Corner Seams and Miters
Creating Corner Rips
Using Corner Seams and Bends

Chapter-20 Inventor- Simulation Analysis (Click to View Detail…)

Stress Analysis Overview
Stress Analysis
Preparing and Running a Simulation
Viewing Results
Analyzing Assemblies
Performing a Parametric Design Study
Mesh Control and Convergence
Performing a Modal Analysis

Chapter-21 Part Modeling (Click to View Detail…)

Create extrude features
Create fillet features
Create hole features
Create a pattern of features
Describe how to use the Project Geometry and Project Cut Edges commands
Create revolve features
Create a shell feature
Create work features and a UCS

Chapter-22 Assembly Modeling (Click to View Detail…)

Describe the process of finding the minimum distance between parts and components
Describe the function of the different assembly constraints
Describe how to modify a bill of materials
Explain the method of creating a frame using the frame generator command
Identify uses for surfaces in the modeling process

Inventor Professional Preparation & Project Work by Indusrty Expert

1. User Interface
2. Project Files
3. Sketching
4. Part Modeling
5. Drawing
6. Assembly Modeling
8. Advanced Modeling
9. Sheet Metal
10. Part Modeling
11. Drawing
12. Assembly Modeling
13. Advanced Modeling
14. Sheet Metal
15. Weldments

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