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This Inventor course teaches students the fundamentals of 3D parametric part, assembly and sheet metal design. Particularly in the engineering and manufacturing industry where 3D modelling is on the rise, Inventor is a fantastic software application to learn to showcase and simulate designs.

The duration of this course is 3 days. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call us on 01403 784139.

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Autodesk Inventor is an excellent alternative to AutoCAD or Solidworks for 3D mechanical design, large assemblies, product simulation and movement, kinematics and data management.

This Inventor Essentials course is for new users to the software or for those who want to reduce time by learning the best practices of Inventor. Users will work on real life examples and have the opportunity to ask any questions to our experienced tutor.

The Inventor training course will follow topics including:

Successfully navigating the Inventor User Interface
Creating 2D sketches (an excellent and easier alternative to AutoCAD)
Designing Parametric Parts
Designing Assemblies
Creating sheet metal parts
If you feel you are a more proficient user of Inventor we also run one-to-one tuition where you can focus on your own agenda, either at your work premises or at our training centre in Billingshurst, West Sussex.

Benchmarq is a fully Authorised Autodesk Training Centre and you will be awarded an official Autodesk Certificate on completion of the course.

This course will start at 10am and finish at 4pm each day.

Navigating the Inventor User Interface
Designing Parametric Parts
Using Project Files for Part Design
Creating 2D and Basic Sketches
Geometric Constraints
Creating Sketches
Editing Parametric Parts
Creating Work Features
Creating Basic Swept Shapes
Creating Chamfers and Fillets
Creating Holes and Threads
Patterning and Mirroring Features
Designing Thin-Walled Parts
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
Drawing Creation Environment
Base and Projected Views
Section Views
Detail Views
Managing Views
Automated Dimensioning Techniques
Manual Dimensioning Techniques
Annotating Holes and Threads
Creating Centerlines, Symbols and Leaders
Bill of Materials
Creating and Customizing Parts Lists
Setting Drawing Standards
Drawing Resources
Creating Presentations
Creating Sheet Metal Parts

The course will run with a maximum of 6 attendees. No previous experience is necessary on an Inventor Essentials course, however, a basic working knowledge of Microsoft Windows or Mac is required. All training equipment will be provided on the day including computers and software.