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    Autodesk Inventor 2021 / 2022 - Essential Training
    Last updated 12/2020
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 3.95 GB | Duration: 11h 43m​
    Learn Autodesk Inventor from scratch and Be PRO within a week
    What you'll learn
    Learn depth understanding about user interface inside Autodesk Inventor
    Learn how to create sketch and how to use all important sketch tools to create sketch
    Learn how to modify sketch using all powerful modification tools
    Learn how to transfer sketch into 3D body using all essential tools in part environment
    Learn how to modify part easily using all modification tools
    Learn how to combine all parts and sub-assemblies together and make an assembly
    Learn how to modify and manage assembly efficiently
    Learn how to create and manage presentation file to show exploded view, storyboard etc.
    Learn how to create different drawing view using parts and assemblies.
    Learn how to add all essential annotations such as text, dimensions, hole info, surface info, weld info and so on.
    Requirements
    No prior knowledge with Autodesk Inventor is required
    Access Autodesk Inventor 2021 or later
    Internet connection and PC at a beginner level
    Description
    In this Autodesk Inventor Essential training course, Expert author Asif Ahmed, (Autodesk Inventor Expert) will teach you how to create a sketch, parts, assembly, and drawing file using the variety of tools in Autodesk Inventor. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no previous experience with Autodesk Inventor is required. If anyone wants to fill up his/her gap in Autodesk Inventor, then this is also the right course for them.Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of using these tools and techniques to create your own drawing and get control perfectly using this 3D modeling software. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.In this Autodesk Inventor Essential training video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------About this course:Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get:10.0+ hours of HD video tutorialOver 125 individual video lectures15 Assignments (5 Sketch level, 5 Part level, 3 Assembly level, and 2 Drawing levels)10+ Practice projectsFull lifetime accessAccess on mobile and TVCertificate of CompletionTopics covered in this course:SketchPartAssemblyDrawing----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Why do you choose this courserogressive difficulty: we start slow and we build our way upLots of exercises, assignments, and practice tests.All lectures are straight to the point - minimal effort, maximum resultsLearn by working, not by memorizing!Get depth knowledge about parametric CAD system including sketch, part, assembly, and drawing.Apply Autodesk Inventor skill easily in a production environment without struggling.Increase confidence about Autodesk Inventor and design whatever you wantImpeccable sound and video qualityQuality instructor support: I respond to most questions in under 24 hours----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Overview
    Section 1: 01. Introduction
    Lecture 1 0101. Introduction
    Lecture 2 0102. What is autodesk inventor
    Lecture 3 0103. Parametric system
    Lecture 4 0104. Feature based CAD system
    Lecture 5 0105. Find Exercise files and Captions
    Lecture 6 0106. Exercise Files
    Section 2: 02. Getting started with Inventor
    Lecture 7 0201. Overview of Home Screen
    Lecture 8 0202. Different file format in autodesk inventor
    Lecture 9 0203. Create project file and understanding project
    Section 3: 03. User Interface and View Manipulation
    Lecture 10 0301. User interface
    Lecture 11 0302. Application options
    Lecture 12 0303. Navigate model using viewcube
    Lecture 13 0304. Zoom pan rotate using navigation bar
    Lecture 14 0305. Navigation bar positioning and appearance control
    Lecture 15 0306. Model browser user interface
    Section 4: 04. Basic Sketching tools
    Lecture 16 0401. Create part file
    Lecture 17 0402. Create a new sketch
    Lecture 18 0403. Line tool
    Lecture 19 0404. Group selection inside the sketch
    Lecture 20 0405. Create centerline or construction line
    Lecture 21 0406. Create rectangle
    Lecture 22 0407. Create circle
    Lecture 23 0408. Create arc
    Lecture 24 0409. Create ellipse
    Section 5: 05. Geometric and dimensional constraints
    Lecture 25 0501. Understanding geometric and dimensional constraints
    Lecture 26 0502. Apply geometric constraints automatically
    Lecture 27 0503. Apply geometric constraints manually part 1
    Lecture 28 0504. Apply geometric constraints manually part 2
    Lecture 29 0505. Infer, presist and relax mode constraint
    Lecture 30 0506. Dimensional constraint
    Lecture 31 0507. Apply dimension using dynamic input
    Lecture 32 0508. Options help to create constraints
    Lecture 33 0509. Sketch fully constrained
    Section 6: 06. Intermediate sketching tools
    Lecture 34 0601. Create slot
    Lecture 35 0602. Create polygon
    Lecture 36 0603. Create fillet and chamfer
    Lecture 37 0604. Spline tool - Interpolation type
    Lecture 38 0605. Spline tool - Control vertex type
    Lecture 39 0606. Make fully defined spline
    Section 7: 07. Modify sketch entities
    Lecture 40 0701. Trim and extend tool
    Lecture 41 0702. Split tool
    Lecture 42 0703. Offset tool
    Lecture 43 0704. Circular pattern tool
    Lecture 44 0705. Rectangular pattern tool
    Lecture 45 0706. Mirror tool
    Section 8: PRACTICE PROJECTS - SKETCH
    Lecture 46 Practice Sketch - 01
    Lecture 47 Practice Sketch - 02
    Lecture 48 Practice Sketch - 03
    Lecture 49 Practice Sketch - 04
    Lecture 50 Practice Sketch - 05
    Section 9: ASSIGNMENTS - SKETCH
    Section 10: 08. Sketch based feature
    Lecture 51 0801. What is sketched based feature
    Lecture 52 0802. Extrude feature
    Lecture 53 0803. Depth option in extrude tool
    Lecture 54 0804. Understanding mini toolbar display
    Lecture 55 0805. Revolve feature
    Lecture 56 0806. Share same sketch for multi feature
    Section 11: 09. Work feature and projecting geometry
    Lecture 57 0901. What is work feature
    Lecture 58 0902. Create work plane
    Lecture 59 0903. Create work axis
    Lecture 60 0904. Create work point
    Lecture 61 0905. User coordinate system (UCS)
    Lecture 62 0906. Projected geometry
    Lecture 63 0907. Project cut edges tool
    Section 12: 10. Advanced sketched based feature
    Lecture 64 1001. Sweep tool
    Lecture 65 1002. Selection and orientation option in Sweep tool
    Lecture 66 1003. Loft tool
    Lecture 67 1004. Create spring using coil tool
    Lecture 68 1005. Understanding consumed and dependent sketch and feature
    Lecture 69 1006. Parent child relationship
    Section 13: 11. Pick and place feature
    Lecture 70 1101. Create fillet
    Lecture 71 1102. Organize fillet feature
    Lecture 72 1103. Create chamfer - Part 1
    Lecture 73 1104. Create chamfer - Part 2
    Lecture 74 1105. Shell tool
    Lecture 75 1106. Hole tool understanding
    Lecture 76 1107. Placement option in hole tool
    Lecture 77 1108. Type of holes in Hole tool
    Lecture 78 1109. Termination options in hole tool
    Lecture 79 1110. How to select standard or custom hole in hole tool
    Lecture 80 1111. Feature organizing using EOP
    Section 14: 12. Pattern feature
    Lecture 81 1201. Rectangular pattern tool
    Lecture 82 1202. Distance option in rectangular pattern tool
    Lecture 83 1203. Circular pattern tool
    Lecture 84 1204. Mirror tool
    Section 15: PRACTICE PROJECTS - PART
    Lecture 85 Practice Part - 01
    Lecture 86 Practice Part - 02
    Lecture 87 Practice Part - 03
    Lecture 88 Practice Part - 04
    Lecture 89 Practice Part - 05
    Section 16: ASSIGNMENTS - PART
    Section 17: 13. Creating assembly
    Lecture 90 1301. Assembly environment overview
    Lecture 91 1302. Create a assembly file
    Lecture 92 1303. Place a part or sub assembly in an assembly file
    Lecture 93 1304. Edit component from assembly level
    Lecture 94 1305. Positioning parts
    Lecture 95 1306. Different constrain results different behavior for the same part
    Section 18: 14. Constraint in assembly
    Lecture 96 1401. Mate type constraint
    Lecture 97 1402. Angle type constraint
    Lecture 98 1403. Tangent type, Insert type and Symmetry type constraint
    Lecture 99 1404. Degree of freedom
    Section 19: 15. Component pattern in assembly environment
    Lecture 100 1501. Component pattern
    Lecture 101 1502. Pattern feature using from part level to create assembly pattern
    Lecture 102 1503. Mirror tool
    Lecture 103 1504. Copy component with relationship using Copy tool
    Section 20: 16. Important options in assembly environment
    Lecture 104 1601. Assembly level feature to add or remove material
    Lecture 105 1602. Section view
    Lecture 106 1603. Selection priority option in assembly environment
    Lecture 107 1604. Component state
    Lecture 108 1605. Design View
    Section 21: ASSIGNMENTS - ASSEMBLY
    Section 22: 17. Presentation
    Lecture 109 1701. Create presentation file and insert model
    Lecture 110 1702. Tweak component tool to create explode step
    Lecture 111 1703. Create animation using storyboard
    Lecture 112 1704. Capture camera position
    Lecture 113 1705. Edit storyboard
    Lecture 114 1706. Apply opacity and visibility in animation
    Lecture 115 1707. Create snapshot view from storyboard
    Lecture 116 1708. Create snapshot view manually
    Lecture 117 1709. Publish image, video and drawing view
    Section 23: 18. Basic view type in drawing
    Lecture 118 1801. Drawing environment
    Lecture 119 1802. Understanding drawing resources and sheet in drawing file
    Lecture 120 1803. Base view 1
    Lecture 121 1804. Base view 2
    Lecture 122 1805. Projected view
    Lecture 123 1806. Auxiliary view
    Lecture 124 1807. Create section view
    Lecture 125 1808. Section properties options
    Lecture 126 1809. Using section view in assembly
    Lecture 127 1810. Detail view
    Section 24: 19. Annotation
    Lecture 128 1901. General dimension tool
    Lecture 129 1902. Hole thread notes
    Lecture 130 1903. Text notes
    Lecture 131 1904. Add surface Symbol
    Lecture 132 1905. Add weld Symbol
    Lecture 133 1906. Centerline tool and centerline bisector tool
    Lecture 134 1907. Center marks
    Section 25: ASSIGNMENTS - Drawing
    A person who want to be proficient in Autodesk Inventor to find a job,A person who want to improve Autodesk Inventor essential topics,A person who want to learn Autodek Inventor absolutely from scratch,A person who want to design 3D model without spending huge time on learning.,A person who want to get a better job using Autodesk Inventor skills.,Any Graduate student or Diploma Students,Individual professional,Hobbyist

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