Autodesk Inventor 2015 Training

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Autodesk Inventor® 2015 Training Course

Discover the program structure and essential features of Autodesk Inventor with this Autodesk Inventor 2015 training DVD covering 359 individual video tutorials and 33 hours of instructor-led training. Your instructor, Mark Randa, will teach you how to leverage the software to perform 3D mechanical design, product simulation, tooling creation, and design communication. Lessons cover basic and advanced topics including getting started in the application, working with assemblies, assembly management, creating and editing parts, advanced part modeling, iFeatures, iLogic, and advanced techniques for sketching, constraints and modeling.

As a flexible CAD training solution, you can sort the lessons and progress from beginner to advanced topics; or just review seldom used commands and added functionality of new releases.

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"This tutorial is awesome! I've been trying to learn ADT on my own, and with some incorrect advice from others trying to learn on their own. My frustration has completely subsided and I have started a new project with confidence and ease. It took me about a day and a half to get through the 'beginner' portion of the DVD and now I'm actually building an intelligent set of dwgs. With the DVD, if I forget how to do a command, I simply click on that lesson again and then I can move-on. I give it an A+."
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Features & Benefits of Autodesk Inventor 2015 Training CBT:

  • Use at Your Office or at Home
    Training software can be installed on a PC or laptop.
  • Powerful Keyword Search
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  • Sort Lessons By Skill Level
    Work your way from Beginner to Advanced level topics.
  • Exercise Files
    Make the most of your learning experience by opening the included exercise files directly in your own software (if you own a copy of the AutoCAD software) while following along with the instructor-led video tutorials; this training does not come with the AutoCAD software.
  • Intelligent History
    Track the lessons you’ve completed or restart a lesson exactly where you left off.
  • Multimedia DVD based Training
    With DVD based training, the lectures were video taped and then digitized and presented to you in Full Motion Video, Audio, & Graphics.

Autodesk Inventor 2015 Training

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Course Outline - Autodesk Inventor 2015 Training Series:

(359 Individual Video Lessons - 33 Hours of Instructor-Led Training)

Getting Started

Installing Autodesk Inventor
Introducing the Home Screen
Using the Get Started Tab
Navigating the Autodesk Inventor Environment
Using the Multiple Document Commands
Using the View Navigation Commands
Using the ViewCube
Using the Navigation Bar
Navigating with the SteeringWheel
Using a 3D Mouse
Using the Information Center and Help
Using the Quick Access Toolbar
Navigating the Application Menu
Using the Application Menu Management Commands
Navigating the Inventor Ribbon Interface
Understanding the Marking Menus
Using the Select Other Drop Down
Understanding Project Files
Creating New Inventor Files
Opening Existing Inventor Files

Assembly Introduction

Using Full and Express Modes
Understanding Assembly Files
Identifying Assembly Components
Organizing with Browser Folders
Introducing Component Visibility
Introducing the Browser Filter and Find
Introducing the Center of Gravity
Introducing the Bill of Materials
Understanding Assembly Features

Assembly Creation

Creating a New Assembly
Placing a Component in an Assembly
Placing a Component from Content Center
Creating a Part Component in Place
Autodropping a Component from Content Center
Creating an Assembly Component in Place
Creating a Virtual Component in an Assembly

Assembly Components

Replacing a Component in an Assembly
Editing Assembly Components
Measuring Assembly Components
Analyzing Interference
Moving and Rotating Assembly Components
Solving for Contact
Copying Components
Copying and Pasting Multiple Components
Patterning Components Associatively
Patterning Components in a Circle
Patterning Components in a Rectangle
Mirroring Assembly Components
Promoting and Demoting Assembly Components

Assembly Relationships

Assembly Relationships Constraining with Mate and Flush
Constraining with Tangent and Insert
Constraining at Angles
Constraining Symmetrically
Limiting Constraints
Creating 3D Motion Constraints
Creating 3D Transitional Constraints
Creating a 3D Constraint Set
Creating a Rigid Relationship
Creating a Rotational Relationship
Creating a Slider Relationship
Creating a Cylindrical Relationship
Creating a Planar Relationship
Creating a Ball Relationship
Creating a Joint Using Between Two Faces
Creating a Joint Using Offset Origin
Aligning a Joint Using Work Geometry
Locking and Protecting Relationships
Driving Assembly Constraints
Using the Relationships Display Commands
Editing Existing Assembly Constraints
Identifying Existing Assembly Constraints
Understanding Degrees of Freedom and Constrained Drag Concepts
Introducing Grounded Components
Using the Free Move Command

View Appearance

Using Other Viewing Methods
Setting Viewing Options
Viewing Inventor Models Realistically
Colorizing Models
Shading Models
Viewing Models in Wireframe
Understanding the Artistic Visual Styles
Shadowing Models
Reflecting the Model
Viewing the Ground Plane
Sectioning Your 3D Model
Lighting Models with Standard Lights
Using Image-Based Lighting
Customizing Lighting Styles
Saving Camera Settings

Assembly Management

Using View Representations
Documenting View Representations
Representing Positions
Documenting a Positional Representation Using Overlay
Creating a Level of Detail
Documenting a Level of Detail
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Merging Out Seams
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Keeping Seams
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Single Composite Feature
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Maintain Each Solid as a Solid Body


Creating a Presentation
Tweaking Components
Filtering Components
Animating Views
Creating Presentation and Assembly Drawings

Assembly Drawings

Introducing the Drawing Environment
Navigating the Tools Tab in the Drawing Environment
Creating and Editing Parts Lists
Filtering Parts Lists
Manually Placing Balloons
Automatically Placing Balloons
Editing the Bill of Materials
Understanding Revision Tables and Revision Tags
Splitting a Table between Sheets

Create Parts

Introducing Part Modeling
Creating a New Part File
Introducing the Sketch Environment
Sketching Overview
Using Basic Sketch Commands
Modifying a Sketch Feature
Creating a Virtual Sketch Intersection
Trimming and Extending Sketch Entities
Creating Sketched Slots
Using the Constraint Settings Command
Exploring Geometric Constraints
Dimensional Sketch Constraints
Modifying Geometric Sketch Constraints
Altering or Repairing a Sketch
Joining and Cutting Extrusions
Intersecting Extrusions
Terminating Extrusions
Alternate Solutions and Tapering Extrusions
Revolving Features
Creating Work Features
Understanding User Parameters
Design Intent and Model Parameters
Purging all Unused Parameters
Linking Parameters to Models

Create and Edit Parts

Modifying a Placed Feature
Modifying a Work Feature
Bending a Part
Placing a Hole Lineally
Placing a Hole Concentrically
Placing a Hole on a Point
Sketching Hole Placement
Exploring Hole Operations
Specifying Types and Termination of Holes
Manipulating Holes
Filleting Edges
Using Setbacks on Fillets
Selecting Fillets with the Select Loop and Select Features Modes
Creating Face and Full Round Fillets
Adding a Variable Radius Fillet
Creating Chamfers
Threading Features
Splitting Features
Drafting Features
Shelling Features
Understanding Direct Manipulation
Moving Base Solids Using Direct Manipulation
Rotating Base Solids Using Direct Manipulation
Deleting Features Using Direct Manipulation

Freeform Parts

Exploring the Freeform Tool

Creating Part Documents

Creating a New Drawing
Understanding Borders and Title Blocks
Creating Base and Projected Views
Creating Auxiliary Views
Creating Section Views
Creating Detail Views
Creating a Broken View
Creating Break Out Views
Creating Crop Views
Creating Slice Views
Creating Draft Views
Editing Drawing Views
Replacing a Model Reference
Retrieving Model Dimensions and Auto Arrange
Cutting Views
Importing AutoCAD Blocks
Patterning AutoCAD Blocks
Rotating and Scaling AutoCAD Blocks

Annotating Part Documents

Dimensioning an Isometric View
Creating Baseline Dimensions and Baseline Dimension Sets
Creating Ordinate Dimensions and Ordinate Dimension Sets
Creating Chain Dimensions and Chain Dimension Sets
Moving Annotation Dimensions and Adjusting Properties
Creating Annotation Centerlines
Annotating Centerlines in Multiple Drawing Views
Creating a Sketched Symbol
Placing Annotation Text and Symbols
Annotating Leader Text and Symbols
Stacking Text and Adding Superscript and Subscript
Annotating the Center of Gravity
Placing Feature Notes
Creating a Hole Table
Creating a General Table
Editing Dimension Annotations
Setting Dimension Annotation Styles
Projecting Geometry in Drawing Sketches
Dimensioning to Intersection
Creating Dual Dimensions and Alternate Unit Dimensions
Selecting Dimensions Using Filters
Creating Foreshortened Dimensions
Dimensioning a Spline Curve
Adding a Tolerance to Dimensions
Understanding the Hatch Command
Loading a Custom Hatch
Breaking Around Text

Multi-Body Components

Creating Multi-Body Parts
Making Multi-Body Parts


Creating a Weldment
Creating Fillet and Groove Welds
Preparing the Welds
Machining Welds
Documenting Welds

Advanced Sketching and Constraining Techniques

Creating a 2D Interpolation Spline
Creating Control Vertex Splines
Creating Equation Curves
Importing Points
Patterning Sketches
Sharing and Copying Sketches
Mirroring and Symmetrically Constraining Sketches
Slicing Graphics in a Part File
Linking Spreadsheet Parameters
Editing a Coordinate System
Utilizing Automatic Dimensions

Frame Generator

Generating Frames
Creating and Modifying Reusable Frame Members
Changing Inserted Frame Members
Mitering Frame Members
Notching Frame Members
Trimming to Frame Members
Trimming and Extending to Frame Members
Lengthening and Shortening Frame Members
Analyzing Frames

Advanced Part Modeling Techniques

Using Open Profiles to Create Part Features
Creating Rib and Web Features
Using the Emboss Features
Understanding Geometry Text
Sweeping Features
Adding Twist to Swept Features
Projecting A 3D Sketch
Sketching in 3D
Sketching a 3D Helical Coil
Creating Coil Features
Lofting Sections
Lofting Centerline and Twist
Lofting Area and Face
Copying Features
Mirroring Features
Creating Rectangular Patterns
Creating Circular Patterns
Suppressing Features
Reordering Features
Deriving Parts
Deriving Assemblies
Deriving Inserts
Decaling a Part
Decaling an Assembly
AutoLimiting Models
Working with Part View Representations
Editing Parts with Grips

Sheet Metal

Understanding Sheet Metal
Specifying the A-Side of a Sheet Metal Part
Using Sheet Metal Rules
Creating Sheet Metal Rules
Understanding Sheet Metal Bend Tables
Creating Sheet Metal Faces
Creating a Single Sheet Metal Flange
Creating Multiple Sheet Metal Flanges
Creating a Sheet Metal Contour Flange
Creating a Sheet Metal Lofted Flange
Direct Editing in the Sheet Metal Environment
Hemming Sheet Metal
Folding Sheet Metal
Bending Sheet Metal
Converting to a Sheet Metal Part
Cutting Sheet Metal
Cutting Sheet Metal Using Cut Normal
Ripping the Corners in Sheet Metal
Rounding and Cornering Sheet Metal
Contour Roll Forming Sheet Metal
Punching Sheet Metal
Punching Sheet Metal across a Bend
Ripping Sheet Metal
Flattening Sheet Metal
Editing a Flat Pattern’s Orientation
Identifying Common Commands between Part and Sheet Metal
Exporting Flat Patterns
Unfolding and Refolding Sheet Metal
Creating Sheet Metal Cosmetic Bend Lines
Thickening a Surface to Create Sheet Metal
Adding PEM Fasteners to Sheet Metal

Documentation Sheet Metal

Placing Sheet Metal Views
Orientating Sheet Metal Views
Creating Sheet Metal Bend Notes, Tags and Tables
Creating Sheet Metal Punch Notes and Tables
Adjusting Sheet Metal Bend Order
Using Sheet Metal iProperties on an IDW

Plastic Part Design

Introducing Plastic Part Design
Creating a Grill Feature on a Plastic Part Design
Creating a Snap Fit Feature on a Plastic Part
Creating a Thread Side Boss Plastic Part Feature
Creating a Head Side Boss Plastic Part Feature
Creating a Rule Fillet Plastic Part Feature
Creating a Lip and Groove Plastic Part Feature
Creating a Rest Plastic Part Feature

Sketch Blocks

Creating Sketch Blocks
Working with Sketch Blocks
Making Components from Sketch Blocks

Drawing File Creation and Settings

Understanding Images in Tile Blocks
Understanding Templates
Using Drawing Resources
Creating and Editing Sheets
Creating Custom Borders
Creating Custom iProperties in the Title Block

Document Settings and Application Options

Setting the Local Document
Setting the Proper Prompts
Setting the Assembly Application Options
Setting the Sketch Application Options
Setting the Options for Saving Files
Setting the General Application Options
Setting the Environment Color
Setting the File Location Options
Setting the Options for New Part Creation
Introducing the Style Editor
Setting the BOM Document Settings

Content Center

Introducing the Content Center
Inserting Content from Content Center
Using AutoDrop
Using iMates
Creating Custom Content Center Libraries

Using iFeatures

Extracting and Creating an iFeature
Placing an iFeature
Editing an iFeature
Creating iParts
Understanding iAssemblies

Importing and Exporting Files

Importing File Formats
Exporting File Formats
Moving Your Design with Pack and Go


Creating and Editing Surfaces
Replacing and Sculpting Faces
Creating a Silhouette Curve
Creating a Boundary Patch

Using Design Accelerators

Creating Spur Gears
Creating Cylindrical Cams
Creating O-Rings
Creating Bolted Connections
Creating Shafts

iLogic Basics

Introducing iLogic Basics
Understanding iLogic Parameters
Understanding iLogic Parameter Filters
Adjusting Feature Suppression Using iLogic
Adjusting Dimensions Using iLogic

Selection Filters

Using Assembly Selection Filters
Using Part Selection Filters
Using Drawing Selection Filters


Simplifying an Assembly
Defining Envelopes in Simplified Assemblies
Exporting a Revit Family File

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  • Part#: fd-inv15
  • Contents: 3 DVD-ROMs
  • Economy Shipping: Allow 4-7 business days for delivery*
Payment Options
  • Order securely online or call 1-888-797-4040 (301-589-3349)
  • All major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover)
  • PayPal: Pay online quickly with your PayPal account
  • Company PO's accepted (Net 30); Call for multi-user license
  • *No tax except for Maryland (USA) residents.
System Requirements
  • 1 GHz Processor (minimum)
  • DVD-ROM Drive (Does not play on TV DVD players)
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Sound Card
  • Available Hard Disk Space 500 MB
  • 1024x768 Screen Resolution & 32 bit true color display required
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
  • Adobe® Flash® Plugin
  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8
  • NOT COMPATIBLE with with Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, ME, or MAC OS X.

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