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Key Features of Inventor 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 Components

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
  • Inventor Certified Professional Exam :
    • Number of Questions: 35
    • Item Types: Multiple Choice
    • Exam time: 180 Mins.
    • Passing score: 75%

    Syllabus for Inventor Certified Professional Exam

    USER INTERFACE AND NAVIGATION
    • Navigate in Inventor using the Interface
    • Use the ViewCube
    • Set the Environment
    • Manage Views
    ADVANCED MODELING
    • Create a 3D path using the Intersection Curve and the Project to Surface commands
    • Create a loft feature
    • Create a multi-body part
    • Create a part using surfaces
    • Create a sweep feature
    • Create an iPart
    • Emboss text and a profile
    ASSEMBLY MODELING
    • Apply and use assembly constraints
    • Apply and use assembly joints
    • Create a level of detail
    • Create a part in the context of an assembly
    • Create a positional representation
    • Create components using the Design Accelerator commands
    • Describe and use Shrinkwrap
    • Find minimum distance between parts and components
    • Modify a bill of materials
    • Use the frame generator commands
    DRAWING
    • Edit a hole table
    • Edit a section view
    • Modify a style in a drawing
    PART MODELING
    • Create a pattern of features
    • Create a shell feature
    • Create extrude features
    • Create hole features
    • Create revolve features
    • Create work features
    • Edit existing parts using Direct Manipulation
    • Use the Project Geometry and Project Cut Edges commands
    PRESENTATION FILES
    • Animate a presentation file
    PROJECT FILES
    • Control a project file
    SHEET METAL
    • Create sheet metal features
    SKETCHING
    • Create dynamic input dimensions
    • Sketch using Relax Mode
    • Use sketch constraints
    WELDMENTS
    • Create a weldment

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  • Inventor Certified User Exam :
    • Number of Questions: 30
    • Item Types: Multiple Choice
    • Exam time: 50 Mins.
    • Passing score: 75%

    Syllabus for Inventor Certified User Exam

    USER INTERFACE AND NAVIGATION
    • Navigate in Inventor using the Interface
    • Use the ViewCube
    • Set the Environment
    • Manage Views
    ADVANCED MODELING
    • Create a sweep feature
    ASSEMBLY MODELING
    • Apply and use assembly constraints
    • Create a part in the context of an assembly
    DRAWING
    • Add centerlines to a drawing
    • Identify views
    PART MODELING
    • Apply Fillets and Chamfers
    • Create a pattern of features
    • Create a shell feature
    • Create extrude features
    • Create hole features
    • Create Parts
    • View parts
    PROJECT FILES
    • Control a project file
    SKETCHING
    • Assign Parameters
    • Identify dimension types
    • Share Sketches
    • Use sketch constraints

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