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Croma campus is Autodesk Training centre is more focused on project based training to candidates. We provides class room training and online sessions with the help of syllabus designed by industry experts. We are facilitated with well-equipped lab for practical sessions. We use to conduct industry visits, seminars and meetings with technology experts for better understating of training sessions.

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We have best team of certified expert professionals certified by Autodesk. Our trainers have designed the courses to current market competency. We always provide training in limited batch so that we can have more focus on every trainee for best results. We provides batch flexibility to the candidates as we have three modes weekday batches, weekend batches and special batches for college students and working professionals.

So if you are a student or a working professional and are looking forward to purse your career as Autodesk professionals, we invite all of you to join Campus Croma to share your dreams with us.

Key Features of Autodesk Training are:

  • Design POC (Proof of Concept): This process is used to ensure the feasibility of the client application.
  • Video Recording of every session will be provided to candidates.
  • Live Project Based Training.
  • Job-Oriented Course Curriculum.
  • Course Curriculum is approved by Hiring Professionals of our client.
  • Post Training Support will helps the associate to implement the knowledge on client Projects.
  • Certification Based Training are designed by Certified Professionals from the relevant industries focusing on the needs of the market & certification requirement.
  • Interview calls till placement.

Autodesk Inventor Essential

Getting Started

  • Understanding the User Interface
  • Designing Parametric Parts
  • Using Project Files for Part Design

Sketching, Constraining & Dimensioning

  • Creating 2D Sketches
  • Constraining the Sketches
  • Adding Dimensioning to Sketches

Creating and Editing Placed Features

  • Creating and Editing Sketched Features
  • Intermediate Sketching
  • Editing Parametric Parts
  • Creating Work Features
  • Creating Basic Swept Shapes
  • Creating Chamfers and Fillets
  • Creating Holes and Threads
  • Patterning and Mirroring Features
  • Creating Thin-Walled Parts

Creating and Editing Drawing Views

  • Drawing Creation Environment
  • Creating Styles
  • Setting Drawing Standards
  • Drawing Sheet Preparation
  • Creating Title Blocks and Borders
  • Base and Projected Views
  • Section Views
  • Detail Views
  • Managing Views

Creating and Documenting Assemblies

  • Designing Assemblies
  • Using Project Files for Assembly Design
  • Placing Existing Components in an Assembly
  • Constraining Components
  • Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center
  • Basic Part Design in an Assembly
  • Identifying Parts in an Assembly
  • Analysis and Motion Tools
  • Presenting Your Assembly
  • Bill of Materials
  • Creating and Customizing Parts Lists
  • Creating Balloons

Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables

  • Automated Dimensioning Techniques
  • Manual Dimensioning Techniques
  • Annotating Holes and Threads
  • Creating Centerlines, Symbols, and Leaders
  • Creating Tables

Autodesk Inventor Advanced

Getting Started

  • Design Philosophies
  • Sketching, Modeling, Modification, Display Tips

Multi-Body Tools

  • Multi-body Part Modeling

Advanced Work Features

  • User Coordinate System
  • Grounded Work Points

Lofts & Loft Options

  • Area Lofts
  • Advanced Sweeps
  • Coils
  • Analyzing a Model
  • Analysis Types, Analysis Procedures

Introduction to Surfacing

  • 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

Custom Sketches

  • Create Sketch Symbols
  • Place Sketched Symbols
  • AutoCAD Blocks in Inventor

Engineers Notebook

  • Notes

Effective Assembly Tools

  • General Assembly Tips
  • Constraint Tips
  • Motion Constraints
  • Transitional Constraints

Introduction to Top-Down Design

  • Top-Down Design
  • Top-Down Design Technique
  • Additional Top-Down Design Tools

Derived Components

  • Derived Component
  • Modifying Derived Components

Assembly Parts and Features

  • Assembly Parts
  • Assembly Features

Associative Links and Adaptive Parts

  • Associative Links
  • Adaptive Assembly Parts

Skeleton Models and Derived Components

  • Working with Skeletons

iFeatures & iParts

  • Creating / Inserting / Editing iFeatures
  • Table-Driven iFeatures
  • Creating / Inserting / Editing iParts
  • Table-Driven iParts

Translation

  • Import and Export Data
  • Import Data Formats
  • Importing Solids

Drawing Tools

  • Create Hole Tables
  • Revision Tables and Tags
  • Tables for Factory Members
  • Surfaces in Drawing Views

Design Accelerator

  • Design Accelerator
  • Generators
  • Calculators

Inventor Studio

  • Introduction to Inventor Studio
  • Rendering
  • Animation
  • Creating a Standard Room

iAssemblies

  • Introduction
  • Create Basic iAssemblies
  • Create Multi-Level iAssemblies
  • Derived Components
  • Modify Derived ComponentsInd

Applying Motion with Constraints

  • Driving Constraints
  • Motion Constraints
  • Transitional Constraints

Positional / Level of Detail Representations

  • Introduction to Positional representations
  • Create and Edit Positional representations
  • Using a Positional Representation
  • Level of Detail Representations
  • System-Defined Level of Detail representations
  • User-Defined Level of Detail Representations
  • Using Level of Detail Representations

Assembly Duplication Options

  • Pattern Components
  • Mirror Components
  • Copy Components

Assembly Bill of Materials

  • Create Virtual Components
  • Create Bill of Materials
  • Frame Generator
  • Frame Generator
  • Structural Shape Author

Autodesk Inventor – Sheet Metal

Understanding Sheet Metal Modeling

  • 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

Creating Sheet Metal Features

  • 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

Working with Flanges and Rips

  • Creating Flanges
  • Corner Relief Options
  • Lofted Flanges
  • Rips

Bending Sheet Metal

  • Hems
  • Folds
  • Bend Features

Sheet Metal Cuts

  • Creating Cut Features
  • Creating Straight Holes
  • Using Punch Tool Features
  • Cuts Using Surfaces

Flat Pattern Environment

  • Creating Flat Patterns
  • Orienting Flat Patterns
  • Punch Representations
  • Bend Angle
  • Flat Pattern Cleanup
  • Exporting to DXF/DWG

Documentation

  • Documentation and Annotation
  • Sheet Metal Drawing Terminology
  • Creating Sheet Metal Drawings
  • Bend and Punch Notes
  • Bend Tables
  • Punch Tables
  • Bend Order
  • Cosmetic Centerlines

Converting Parts to Sheet Metal

  • Converting Solid Model to Sheet Metal
  • Non-Ruled Surfaces

Corner Rounds, Chamfers and Seams

  • Creating Corner Rounds
  • Creating Corner Chamfers
  • Creating Corner Seams and Miters
  • Creating Corner Rips
  • Using Corner Seams and Bends

Autodesk Inventor- Simulation

Introduction to Engineering Analysis

  • 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

Engineering Problems and Solution

  • Solving Design Problems

Autodesk Inventor Associate Preparation

User Interface

  • Describe how to use the heads up display (HUD) to create and edit features
  • Identify how to use visual styles to control the appearance of a model

Project Files

  • Describe the options for controlling a project file

Sketching

  • Recall the function of each sketch constraint
  • Demonstrate how to create dynamic input dimensions

Part Modeling

  • 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

Drawing

  • Explain how to edit a base and
  • projected views
  • Describe how to create a slice view in a drawing
  • Demonstrate how to create and edit dimensions in a drawing
  • Describe how to edit a hole table
  • Describe how to modify a parts list
  • Demonstrate how to edit a section view

Assembly Modeling

  • 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

Presentation Files

  • Describe how to animate a presentation file

Advanced Modeling

  • Describe the procress to emboss text and a profile
  • Create and constrain sketch blocks
  • Describe the process of creating an iAssembly
  • Describe the process to create an iPart

Sheet Metal

  • Demonstrate how to create and edit a sheet metal flat pattern
  • Describe the different types of sheet metal flanges that Inventor can create
  • Demonstrate how to annotate a sheet metal part in a drawing

Autodesk Inventor Professional Preparation

Part Modeling

  • Create extrude features
  • Create hole features

Drawing

  • Demonstrate how to edit a section view
  • Create a slice view in a drawing
  • Demonstrate how to modify a style in a drawing

Assembly Modeling

  • Apply assembly constraints
  • Create a part in the context of an assembly
  • Create components using the Design
  • Accelerator commands
  • Create and edit a frame using the Frame
  • Generator command
  • Create a level of detail
  • Create a positional representation

Advanced Modeling

  • Create a 3D path using the Intersection Curve and the Project to Surface commands
  • Create a multi-body part
  • Create a part using surfaces
  • Create an iPart
  • Create a loft feature
  • Create plastic part features
  • Create a sweep feature

Sheet Metal

  • Create flanges using the Flange, Contour Flange, and Lofted Flange commands

Weldments

  • Create a weldment

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Frequently Asked Questions:

All training courses offered by us are through IT Professional with 10+ years of experience. Freshers/College Students/Professionals(IT & Non-IT) can spot the quality of training by attending one lecture. Hence, we provide one free demo class to all our trainees so that they can judge on their own.

No, you don’t have to pay anything to attend the demo class. You are required to pay the training fee after free demo only if you are fully satisfied and want to continue the training.

To register for free demo, visit our campus or call our counsellors on the numbers given on contact us page.

Yes, all the trainees shall work on live projects provided by Croma Campus after completing their training part.

You will never lose any lecture. You can choose either of the two options:
View the recorded session of the class available in your LMS.
You can attend the missed session, in any other live batch.

Please note, access to the course material will be available for lifetime once you have enrolled into the course.

Yes, Training certificate & Project completion will be issued by Croma Campus(ISO 9001-2000 Certified Training Center)

Yes, Croma Campus conduct special training programs on week end for college students throughout the year.

Croma Campus is the largest education company and lots of recruitment firms contacts us for our students profiles from time to time. Since there is a big demand for this skill, we help our certified students get connected to prospective employers. We also help our customers prepare their resumes, work on real life projects and provide assistance for interview preparation. Having said that, please understand that we don’t guarantee any placements however if you go through the course diligently and complete the project you will have a very good hands on experience to work on a Live project.

Yes, Course Fee can be paid in two equal installments with prior Approval.

Yes, Croma Campus offer various group or special discounts.

No, Lab is open from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. seven days a week. This time can be extended upto 11 PM if need arises.

Yes, students can take breaks during their exams and can resume it later without paying any fee. Apart from this, Students can attend batches for revision even after completion of their courses.

Batch strength differ from technology to technology. Minimum batch strength at Croma Campus is 10 and maximum batch strength is 30.

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