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Autodesk® Inventor® 3D CAD software offers a comprehensive, flexible set of software for 3D mechanical design, product simulation, tooling creation, and design communication. Inventor takes you beyond 3D to Digital Prototyping by enabling you to produce an accurate 3D model that can help you design, visualize, and simulate your products before they are built.
Digital Prototyping with Inventor helps companies design better products, reduce development costs, and get to market faster. The syllabus includes Getting Started , Autodesk Inventor User Interface, View Manipulation, Designing Parametric Parts, Basic Sketching Techniques, Creating 2D Sketches, Geometric Constraints, Dimensioning Sketches, Basic Shape Design, Creating Basic Sketched Features, Intermediate Sketching, Editing Parametric Parts, 3D Grip Editing, Creating Work Features, Creating Basic Swept Shapes, Detailed Shape Design, Creating Chamfers and Fillets, Creating Holes and Threads, Patterning and Mirroring Features, Creating Thin-Walled Parts, Assembly Design Overview, Designing Assemblies, Using Project Files in Assembly Designs, Placing, Creating, and Constraining Components, Placing Components in an Assembly, Constraining Components, Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center, Basic Part Design in an Assembly, Interacting with an Assembly, Identifying Parts in an Assembly, Analysis and Motion Tools, Presenting Your Assembly, Basic View Creation, Drawing Creation Environment, Base and Projected Views, Section Views, Detail Views, Crop Views, Managing Views, Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables, Automated Dimensioning Techniques, Manual Dimensioning Techniques, Annotating Holes and Threads, Creating Centerlines, Symbols, and Leaders, Revision Tables and Tags, Annotating Assembly Drawings, Assembly-Centric Bill of Materials, Creating and Customizing Parts Lists, Creating Balloons, Drawing Standards and Resources