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    • 308 Lessons
    • 29:05:07 (hh:mm:ss) Hours of Training
    • Language: English

CADLearning for Autodesk Inventor 2016 teaches the use of Autodesk Inventor 2016 as a digital prototyping tool. Users gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a workable model using the powerful 3D tools in Inventor 2016. Lessons are geared toward beginner, intermediate, and advanced users. Lesson topics cover such subjects as getting started using the program, creating 3D mechanical designs and assemblies, documenting and presenting designs, and model analysis and simulation.

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Introducing Autodesk Inventor (4:01)
Introducing the Inventor My Home Page (7:04)
Using the Get Started Tab (2:39)
Navigating the Autodesk Inventor Environment (6:00)
Using the Multiple Document Commands (2:24)
Using the View Navigation Commands (7:17)
Using the ViewCube (3:25)
Using the Navigation Bar (1:47)
Navigating with the SteeringWheel (4:08)
Using a 3D Mouse (0:56)
Using the Information Center and Help System (6:20)
Using the Quick Access Toolbar (2:34)
Navigating the Application Menu (2:15)
Using the Application Menu Management Commands (4:35)
Navigating the Inventor Ribbon Interface (5:57)
Understanding the Marking Menus (4:26)
Using the Select Other Drop Down (2:08)
Understanding Project Files (14:17)
Creating New Inventor Files (6:22)
Opening Existing Inventor Files (6:22)

Assembly Introduction

Using Full and Express Modes (5:30)
Understanding Assembly Files (8:51)
Identifying Assembly Components (6:10)
Organizing with Browser Folders (2:15)
Introducing Component Visibility (5:21)
Introducing the Browser Filter and Find (5:39)
Introducing the Center of Gravity (4:39)
Introducing the Bill of Materials (9:35)
Understanding Assembly Features (4:47)

Assembly Creation

Creating a New Assembly (4:31)
Placing a Component in an Assembly (5:30)
Placing a Component from Content Center (5:25)
Creating a Part Component in Place (7:05)
AutoDropping a Component from Content Center (5:38)
Creating an Assembly Component in Place (4:29)
Creating a Virtual Component in an Assembly (2:52)

Assembly Components

Replacing a Component in an Assembly (2:48)
Editing Assembly Components (4:27)
Measuring Assembly Components (5:38)
Analyzing Interference (3:32)
Moving and Rotating Assembly Components (6:26)
Solving for Contact (4:33)
Copying Components (7:28)
Copying and Pasting Multiple Components (2:29)
Patterning Components Associatively (4:01)
Patterning Components in a Circle (4:47)
Creating a Rectangular Component Pattern (6:41)
Mirroring Assembly Components (5:32)
Promoting and Demoting Assembly Components (4:29)

Assembly Relationships

Constraining with Mate and Flush (9:28)
Constraining with Tangent and Insert (5:43)
Constraining at Angles (4:56)
Constraining Symmetrically (3:10)
Limiting Constraints (3:46)
Creating 3D Motion Constraints (4:02)
Creating 3D Transitional Constraints (2:34)
Creating a 3D Constraint Set (6:18)
Creating a Rigid Relationship (3:20)
Creating a Rotational Relationship (2:31)
Creating a Slider Relationship (2:10)
Creating a Cylindrical Relationship (1:32)
Creating a Planar Relationship (1:38)
Creating a Ball Relationship (1:35)
Creating a Joint Using Between Two Faces (2:46)
Creating a Joint Using Offset Origin (3:52)
Aligning a Joint Using Work Geometry (2:37)
Locking and Protecting Relationships (2:52)
Driving Assembly Constraints (6:27)
Using the Relationships Display Commands (5:12)
Editing Existing Assembly Constraints (5:26)
Identifying Existing Assembly Constraints (4:39)
Understanding Degrees of Freedom and Constrained Drag Concepts (10:19)
Introducing Grounded Components (9:37)
Using the Free Move Command (4:14)

View Appearance

Using Other Viewing Methods (7:21)
Setting Viewing Options (6:42)
Viewing Inventor Models Realistically (5:46)
Colorizing Models (4:00)
Shading Models (4:14)
Viewing Models in Wireframe (3:59)
Understanding the Artistic Visual Styles (3:46)
Shadowing Models (5:56)
Reflecting the Model (4:05)
Viewing the Ground Plane (5:28)
Sectioning Your 3D Model (5:24)
Lighting Models with Standard Lights (6:00)
Using Image-Based Lighting (4:51)
Customizing Lighting Styles (6:47)
Saving Camera Settings (5:31)

Assembly Management

Using View Representations (6:14)
Documenting View Representations (3:15)
Representing Positions (6:10)
Documenting a Positional Representation Using Overlay (3:08)
Creating a Level of Detail (5:31)
Documenting a Level of Detail (3:09)
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Merging Out Seams (8:31)
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Keeping Seams (9:16)
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Single Composite Feature (9:00)
Shrinkwrapping and Substitution - Maintain Each Solid as a Solid Body (8:39)


Creating a Presentation (7:37)
Tweaking Components (9:12)
Filtering Components (4:44)
Animating Views (9:46)
CreatingPresentation and Assembly Drawings (5:53)

Assembly Drawings

Introducing the Drawing Environment (4:32)
Navigating the Tools Tab in the Drawing Environment (4:44)
Creating and Editing Parts Lists (10:21)
Filtering Parts Lists (6:26)
Manually Placing Balloons (11:19)
Automatically Placing Balloons (7:53)
Editing the Bill of Materials (10:15)
Understanding Revision Tables and Revision Tags (8:27)
Splitting a Table Between Sheets (5:28)
Changing Part Transparency (3:15)

Create Parts

Introducing Part Modeling (7:41)
Creating a New Part File (4:50)
Introducing the Sketch Environment (8:13)
Sketching Overview (10:08)
Using Basic Sketch Commands (7:46)
Modifying a Sketch Feature (6:10)
Creating a Virtual Sketch Intersection (4:44)
Trimming and Extending Sketch Entities (5:15)
Creating Sketched Slots (4:13)
Using the Constraint Settings Command (4:58)
Exploring Geometric Constraints (11:17)
Dimensional Sketch Constraints (9:16)
Modifying Geometric Sketch Constraints (6:32)
Altering or Repairing a Sketch (6:24)
Joining and Cutting Extrusions (9:49)
Intersecting Extrusions (2:28)
Terminating Extrusions (4:45)
Alternate Solutions and Tapering Extrusions (4:16)
Revolving Features (7:40)
Creating Work Features (9:16)
Understanding User Parameters (12:11)
Design Intent and Model Parameters (7:33)
Purging all Unused Parameters (3:28)
Linking Parameters to Models (9:00)
Creating Parts using Associative DWG Underlay (6:50)

Create and Edit Parts

Modifying a Placed Feature (3:05)
Modifying a Work Feature (5:17)
Bending a Part (4:08)
Placing a Hole Using the Linear Placement Option (6:05)
Placing a Hole Concentrically (3:56)
Placing a Hole on a Point (4:52)
Sketching Hole Placement (4:23)
Exploring Hole Operations (6:35)
Specifying Types and Termination of Holes (7:45)
Manipulating Holes (8:12)
Filleting Edges (6:20)
Using Setbacks on Fillets (2:59)
Selecting Fillets with the Select Loop and Select Features Modes (5:25)
Creating Face and Full Round Fillets (5:01)
Adding a Variable Radius Fillet (4:14)
Creating Chamfers (5:57)
Threading Features (3:57)
Splitting Features (3:56)
Drafting Features (6:53)
Shelling Features (7:05)
Understanding Direct Manipulation (6:02)
Moving Base Solids Using Direct Manipulation (5:06)
Rotating Base Solids Using Direct Manipulation (3:35)
Deleting Features Using Direct Manipulation (3:07)
Scaling Base Solids Using Direct Manipulation (3:27)

Freeform Parts

Exploring the Freeform Tool (13:18)
Using Freeform Tools to Convert and Edit (6:35)
Using Freeform Tools to Bridge Faces (5:25)
Using Freeform Tools to Match Edges (5:17)

Creating Part Documents

Creating a New Drawing (9:12)
Understanding Borders and Title Blocks (6:52)
Creating Base and Projected Views (12:13)
Creating Auxiliary Views (4:12)
Creating Section Views (10:29)
Creating Detail Views (8:10)
Creating a Broken View (4:34)
Creating Break Out Views (6:37)
Creating Crop Views (4:01)
Creating Slice Views (3:43)
Creating Draft Views (6:31)
Editing Drawing Views (8:50)
Replacing a Model Reference (3:28)
Retrieving Model Dimensions and Auto Arrange (6:23)
Hatching Views (3:59)
Importing AutoCAD Blocks (4:08)
Patterning AutoCAD Blocks (3:03)
Rotating and Scaling AutoCAD Blocks (3:33)

Annotating Part Documents

Dimensioning an Isometric View (5:37)
Creating Baseline Dimensions and Baseline Dimension Sets (6:51)
Creating Ordinate Dimensions and Ordinate Dimension Sets (7:46)
Creating Chain Dimensions and Chain Dimension Sets (7:19)
Moving Annotation Dimensions and Adjusting Properties (5:36)
Creating Annotation Centerlines (6:36)
Annotating Centerlines in Multiple Drawing Views (2:37)
Creating a Sketch Symbol (11:06)
Placing Annotation Text and Symbols (10:24)
Annotating Leader Text and Symbols (8:32)
Stacking Text and Adding Superscript and Subscript (7:43)
Annotating the Center of Gravity (2:59)
Placing Feature Notes (6:58)
Creating a Hole Table (9:55)
Creating a General Table (9:16)
Editing Dimension Annotations (7:05)
Setting Dimension Annotation Styles (9:04)
Projecting Geometry in Drawing Sketches (6:34)
Dimensioning to Intersection (2:33)
Creating Dual Dimensions and Alternate Unit Dimensions (6:03)
Selecting Dimensions Using Filters (3:53)
Creating Foreshortened Dimensions (4:38)
Dimensioning a Spline Curve (2:50)
Adding a Tolerance to Dimensions (4:18)
Understanding the Hatch Command (7:13)
Loading a Custom Hatch (4:21)
Breaking Around Text (2:45)

Multi-Body Components

Creating Multi-Body Parts (4:02)
Making Multi-Body Parts (4:30)


Creating a Weldment (7:07)
Creating Fillet and Groove Welds (7:52)
Preparing the Welds (1:53)
Machining Welds (4:08)
Documenting Welds (7:35)

Advanced Sketching and Constraining Techniques

Creating a 2D Interpolation Spline (8:13)
Creating Control Vertex Splines (3:03)
Creating Equation Curves (5:25)
Importing Points (4:59)
Patterning Sketches (6:19)
Sharing and Copying Sketches (3:08)
Mirroring and Symmetrically Constraining Sketches (4:25)
Slicing Graphics in a Part File (3:11)
Linking Spreadsheet Parameters (6:17)
Editing a Coordinate System (2:54)
Utilizing Automatic Dimensions (3:41)

Frame Generator

Generating Frames (11:45)
Creating and Modifying Reusable Frame Members (4:16)
Changing Inserted Frame Members (5:00)
Mitering Frame Members (3:41)
Notching Frame Members (2:35)
Trimming to Frame Members (2:24)
Trimming and Extending to Frame Members (3:06)
Lengthening and Shortening Frame Members (2:29)
Analyzing Frames (6:43)

Plastic Part Design

Introducing Plastic Part Design (2:45)
Creating a Grill Feature on a Plastic Part Design (4:36)
Creating a Snap Fit Feature on a Plastic Part (8:58)
Creating a Thread Side Boss Plastic Part Feature (4:39)
Creating a Head Side Boss Plastic Part Feature (4:46)
Creating a Rule Fillet Plastic Part Feature (8:35)
Creating a Lip and Groove Plastic Part Feature (3:48)
Creating a Rest Plastic Part Feature (4:22)

Sketch Blocks

Creating Sketch Blocks (4:19)
Working with Sketch Blocks (4:07)
Making Components from Sketch Blocks (5:23)

Drawing File Creation and Settings

Understanding Images in Title Blocks (5:41)
Understanding Templates (4:52)
Using Drawing Resources (6:00)
Creating and Editing Sheets (5:16)
Creating Custom Borders (6:31)
Creating Custom iProperties in the Title Block (6:16)
Creating a Sketch Symbol Library (8:00)

Document Settings and Application Options

Setting the Local Document (8:26)
Setting the Proper Prompts (2:40)
Setting the Assembly Application Options (4:57)
Setting the Sketch Application Options (3:29)
Setting the Options for Saving Files (1:53)
Setting the General Application Options (2:37)
Setting the Environment Color (3:00)
Setting the File Location Options (3:39)
Setting the Options for New Part...