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AUTODESK INVENTOR PROFESSIONAL 2015 TRAINING PROGRAMS

Prepared by Nikola . Mechanical Design Engineer & Autodesk Inventor Certified Instructor
Description:
This training programs are designed to be used in instructor-led course for Autodesk Inventor Professional 2015. This
courses includes all of the basic features and functionalities offered in Autodesk Inventor Professional. Each course
in this training program is organized with the following elements:
Objectives: Describes the content and learning objectives.
Topic/Chapter Coverage: Presents a concise, thorough review of the topic/chapter.
Class Exercises: Designed for participants to work on examples of each chapter and affirm their learned knowledge.
Checking Your Skills Home exercises: Tests your understanding of the learned material through working on home
exercises for each chapter/course.
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend courses?
This training program is designed for:
Professionals working in the field and looking to improve their skills with the latest version of the software,
Intermediate-level users looking to improve their current skills and portfolio,
Beginners looking to explore new career options in the mechanical design and manufacturing industry,
Those who are looking to prepare for Autodesk Inventor Professional Certification.
1. AUTODESK INVENTOR 2015 BASIC COURSE:
Course summary:
This training course is designed to teach the essentials of using Autodesk Inventor 2015. Each unit topic will provide
you with comprehensive lessons, detailed procedures and lots of project samples to apply your knowledge. Some of
the topics covered in this course are: navigating the user interface; using basic sketching techniques; using basic and
detailed shape design techniques; an assembly design overview; place, create and constrain components; interact
with an assembly; basics of view creation; dimensions, annotations and tables; annotating assembly drawings and
drawing standards and resources.
Course duration:
40h(?)
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
This training program is designed for:
Professionals working in the field and looking to improve their skills with the latest version of the software,
Beginners looking to explore new career options in the mechanical design and manufacturing industry,
Those who are looking to prepare for Autodesk Inventor Professional Certification.
Note:
Class Exercises for courses are provided to students in Inventor and AutoCAD files (ipt., iam., idw., ipn., ide., dwg.)
Skill exercises for courses are provided to students in pdf file format.

TOPIC/CHAPTER

Chapter 1:
Getting Started
(done)

Chapter 2:
Sketching,
constraining and
dimensioning
(done)

CONTENT

Introduction
Objectives
Getting Started with Autodesk Inventor
File Information
User Interface
Inventor Application Button
Ribbon
Quick Access Toolbar
Application Options
Repeat Last Command
Help System
Projects in Autodesk Inventor
Viewpoint Options
Autodesk Vault

Change the sketch and part options as needed


Sketch an outline of a part
Create geometric constraints
Use construction geometry to help constrain
sketches
Dimension a sketch
Create dimensions using the automatic
dimensioning command
Change a dimension s value in a sketch
Open and insert AutoCAD DWG data

Chapter 3:
Creating and
Editing Sketched
Features
(done)

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Understand what a feature is


Use the Autodesk Inventor browser to edit
parts
Extrude a sketch
Revolve a sketch
Edit features of a part
Edit the sketch of a feature
Make an active sketch on a plane
Create sketched features using one of three
operations: cut, join, or intersect
Project edges of a part

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 1: User Interface
Exercise 2: Creating Project files
Exercise 3: Viewing a model

CLASS EXERCISES:
Creating a sketch with lines
Creating a sketch with tangencies
Adding and displaying constraints
Dimensioning a Sketch
Inserting a AutoCAD file
Skill exercise 2-1.pdf
Skill exercise 2-2.pdf
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill Exercise 2-3.pdf
Skill Exercise 2-4.pdf
CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 3-1: Extruding a sketch
Exercise 3-2: Revolving a sketch
Exercise 3-3: Editing Features and Sketches
Exercise 3-4: Sketch Planes
Skill Exercise 3-1.pdf
Skill Exercise 3-2.pdf
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill Exercise 3-3.pdf
Skill Exercise 3-4.pdf

Chapter 4:
Creating placed
features
(done)

Create fillets
Create chamfers
Create holes
Shell a part
Add face draft to a part
Create work axes
Create work points
Create work planes
Create a UCS
Pattern features

Chapter 5:
Creating and
editing drawing
views (done)

Create base and projected drawing views from


a part
Create auxiliary, section, detail, broken,
breakout, cropped, and perspective views
Edit the properties and location of drawing
views
Retrieve and arrange model dimensions for use
in drawing views
Edit, move and hide dimensions
Add automated centerlines
Add general dimensions
Add annotations such as Text, Leaders,
Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance, Surface
finish symbols, Weld symbols, and Datum
identifiers
Create hole and chamfer notes,
Open a model from a drawing,
Open a drawing from a model
Making changes under the Drawing tab of the
Application Options dialog box
Create baseline and ordinate dimensions
Create hole, general and revision tables

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 4-1: Fillets and chamfers
Exercise 4-2: Creating holes
Exercise 4-3: Shelling a part
Exercise 4-4: Creating Face Draft
Exercise 4-5: Creating Work Axes
Exercise 4-6: Work Planes and UCS
Exercise 4-6a: Work Planes and UCS
Exercise 4-7: Rectangular Pattern
Exercise 4-8: Circular Pattern
Exercise 4-9: Creating Pattern Along a
Nonlinear Path
Skill Exercises 4-1
Skill Exercise 4-2
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill Exercise 4-3
Skill Exercise 4-4

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 5-1: Creating multiview drawing
Exercise 5-2: Creating break, section,
auxiliary, and detail views
Exercise 5-3: Editing drawing views
Exercise 5-4: Adding dimension and
annotations
Exercise 5-5: Creating Baseline dimensions
Exercise 5-6: Creating Hole Tables
Skill Exercises 5-1
Skill Exercise 5-2
HOME EXERCISES (skill exercises from ch.4
create drawings):
Skill Exercise 5-3
Skill Exercise 5-4
Skill exercise 5-5
Skill exercise 5-6

Chapter 6:
Creating and
documenting
assemblies
(Done)

Understand the assembly options


Create bottom-up assemblies
Create top-down assemblies
Create subassemblies
Constrain components together using
assembly constraints
Edit assembly constraints
Create adaptive parts
Pattern components in an assembly
Check parts in an assembly for interference
Drive constraints
Create a presentation file
Manipulate and edit the Bill of Materials
(BOM)
Create individual and automatic balloons
Create and perform edits on a Parts List of an
assembly

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 6-1: Assembling parts
Exercise 6-2: Designing parts in the assembly
context
Exercise 6-2a: Assembly joints (AIE2015 plus)
Exercise 6-3: Creating adaptive parts
Exercise 6-4: Patterning components
Exercise 6-5: Analyzing an assembly
Exercise 6-6: Driving constraints
Exercise 6-7: Creating presentation views
Exercise 6-8: Editing the BOM
Exercise 6-9: Creating assembly drawings
Skill exercise 6-1
Skill exercise 6-2
HOME EXERCISE:
Skill exercise 6-3 (Assembly1.pdf)
Skill exercise 6-4 (Assembly2.pdf)
Skill exercise 6-5 (Fuel oil module
foundation.pdf)

2. AUTODESK INVENTOR 2015 COURSE:


ADVANCED PART MODELING AND REUSING PARTS AND COMPONENTS
COURSE NAME

Ch.7:
Advanced part
modeling
techniques

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Extrude an open profile


Create ribs, webs, and rib networks
Emboss text and profiles
Create sweep features
Create coil features
Create loft features
Split a part or split faces of a part
Bend a part
Copy features within a part
Reorder part features
Mirror model features
Suppress features of a part
Create a derived part based on another
part or an assembly
Shrinkwrap an assembly
Create plastic and cast features

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 7-1: Creating ribs and webs
Exercise 7-2: Creating text and emboss features
Exercise 7-3: Creating sweep features
Exercise 7_04a: 3D sketchsweep features
Exercise 7_04b: 3D Sketch/3D Intersection/Sweep
Exercise 7_04c: 3D Sketch/Project to Surface/Sweep
Exercise 7-5: Creating loft features
Exercise 7-6: Splitting a part
Exercise 7-7: Creating a derived part
Exercise 7-8: Shrinkwrap
Exercise 7-9: Plastic part
Skill exercise 7-1
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill Exercise 7-2: Bracket.pdf
Skill Exercise 7-3: Hanger.pdf
Skill Exercise 7-4: Cover.pdf
Skill Exercise 7-5: Hood and Duct.pdf

Ch.8:
Reusing parts

and components

Create iMates
Change the display of dimensions
Create relationships between
dimensions
Create parameters
Create and place iParts
Create and place iAssemblies
Create and place iFeatures

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 8-1: Creating and using iMates
Exercise 8-2: Relationships and parameters
Exercise 8-3: Creating and placing iParts
Exercise 8-4: Working with iAssemblies
Exercise 8-5: Creating and placing iFeatures
Project Exercise: Chapter 8
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill E. 8-1 (iParts): Exercise 5-1.pdf
Skill E. 8-2 (iParts): Exercise 5-2.pdf
Skill E. 8-3: (iFeatures): Exercise 6-1.pdf
Skill E. 8-4: (iFeatures): Exercise 6-2.pdf, iFeature
Author.jpg

Course summary:
This course teaches users the higher level of productivity when designing part models using Autodesk Inventor.
Participants learn specific advance part modeling techniques covered include creating multi-body design, lofts,
sweeps, coils and surface modeling techniques. Additional topics at increasing efficiency includes iFeatures for
frequently needed design elements and iParts for similar designs.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
3 days (?)
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with advanced part modeling. Participants
should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

3. AUTODESK INVENTOR 2015 COURSE: ADVANCED ASSEMBLY MODELING


COURSE NAME

Ch.9:
Advanced
Assembly
modeling
techniques

CONTENT

Design view representations


Creating level of detail
Positional representations
Contact solver
Mirroring and Copying and assembly
Using for Frame generation
Using Content Center
Using Frame Generator
Design Accelerator

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

CLASS EXERCISES:
Exercise 9-1: Positional representations
Exercise 9-2: Mirroring assembly components
Exercise 9-3: Creating assembly features
Exercise 9-4: Creating a skeletal model
Exercise 9-5: Using the frame generator
Skill exercise 9-1
HOME EXERCISES:
Skill exercise 9-2: Fuel oil module foundation.pdf

Course summary:
Participants learn how to use advanced assembly modeling techniques. With this techniques users can learn to work
more efficiently with assemblies. This means learning more options with views of assembly, improve performance of
users system, analyze assemblies for interference between components and much more.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration: 2 days (?)
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Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with advanced assembly design and
documentation. Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

4. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: SHEET METAL DESIGN


COURSE NAME

Ch.10:
Sheet Metal
design

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Sheet metal styles


Sheet metal features: face, flange, hem, cut, punch,
contour flange, contour roll, rip, flat pattern
Creating sheet metal drawings

Exercise 1: Bracket.pdf
Exercise 2: Hanger.pdf
Exercise 3: Cover.pdf
Exercise 4: Hood and Duct.pdf

Course summary:
Participants learn how to create and manage sheet metal designs in Autodesk Inventor. This means basic sheet
metal design concepts and techniques, and then based on learned knowledge build complex sheet metal parts,
assemblies and drawing.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
2 days (?)
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with sheet metal modeling and
documentation. Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

5. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: WELDMENTS DESIGN


COURSE NAME

Ch.11:
Weldments
design

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Creating weldments
Cosmetic Welds
Weld Beads
Fillet Welds
Groove Welds
Weld Symbols
Creating Weldment Drawings

Course summary:

Exercise 1: Bracket.pdf
Exercise 2: Weldment 2.pdf

This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of the Autodesk Inventor Weldment Module. Participants
learn to create and document weldments in Autodesk Inventor. This course ideally should be completed after the
Autodesk Inventor 2015 Basic Course.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
2 days (?)
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with Inventor weldment module. Participants
should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

6. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: TUBE AND PIPE MODELING


COURSE NAME

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Ch.12:
Tube and Pipe
modeling

Exploring the Tube and Pipe Styles


Placing Fittings
Creating Routes
Creating Tube & Pipe documentation

Exercise 1: Steel Pipeline ISO 7598 2


inches.pdf
Exercise 2: Lubrication oil system 360.pdf
Exercise 3: Custom pipes 22 mm for
bending.pdf, Custom pipes 34 mm for
bending.pdf
Exercise 4: Fuel oil module pipes.dwg, Fuel oil
module pipes.pdf

Course summary:
This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of the Autodesk Inventor Tube & Pipe Module. Participants
learn to create and document rigid tube, flexible hose and piping systems in Autodesk Inventor. This course ideally
should be completed after the Autodesk Inventor 2015 Basic Course.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
2 days (?)
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with Inventor tube & pipe module.
Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

7. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: STRESS ANALYSIS


COURSE NAME

Ch.13:
Stress Analysis

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Stress Analysis User Interface


Preparing and Running a Simulation
Performing a Stress Analysis Simulations
Material Overrides
Viewing FEA Results
Mesh Control
Modal Analysis

Exercise 1: Cantilever.pdf
Exercise 2: Machine support.pdf

Course summary:
Autodesk Inventor FEA Stress Analysis course gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user tools required to begin
analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the
analysis on either parts or assemblies. This course ideally should be completed after the Autodesk Inventor 2015
Basic Course.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
1 day (?)
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with Inventor FEA Stress Analysis module.
Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

8. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: STUDIO AND ANIMATION


COURSE
NAME

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Inventor
Studio and
Animation

Inventor Studio Basics


Creating Renderings
Creating Animations

Exercise 1:
http://help.autodesk.com/view/INVNTOR/2012/ENU/?caas=caas/vhelp/
help-dev-autodesk-com/v/Inventor/enu/2012/Help/2144Tutorial2144/2145-Inventor2145/2441-Studio--2441.html
Exercise 2:
http://help.autodesk.com/view/INVNTOR/2012/ENU/?caas=caas/vhelp/
help-dev-autodesk-com/v/Inventor/enu/2012/Help/2144Tutorial2144/2145-Inventor2145/2451-Studio--2451.html
Exercise 3:
http://help.autodesk.com/view/INVNTOR/2012/ENU/?caas=caas/vhelp/
help-dev-autodesk-com/v/Inventor/enu/2012/Help/2144Tutorial2144/2145-Inventor2145/2471-Studio--2471.html

Course summary:
This Inventor course covers the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating photo realistic
renderings and animations of 3D parts and assemblies using Autodesk Inventor Studio and Animation module.
Participants learn the correct techniques and recommended work flows for defining the appearance of 3D models,
creating and positioning light sources, and customizing camera settings to create renderings and animations in
Autodesk Inventor. This course ideally should be completed after the Autodesk Inventor 2015 Basic Course. Under
guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from real-world
industry samples.
Course duration:
1 day (?)
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with Inventor Studio and Animation
techniques. Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques.

9. AUTODESK INVENTOR COURSE: DYNAMIC SIMULATION


COURSE
NAME

CONTENT

WORKING EXERCISE FILES

Inventor
Dynamic
Simulation

Features in Dynamic
Simulation
Learning Autodesk Inventor
Simulation
Use Help
Understand Simulation
Commands
Simulation Assumptions
Interpret Simulation Results

Exercises:
http://help.autodesk.com/view/INVNTOR/2012/ENU/?caas=caa
s/vhelp/help-dev-autodeskcom/v/Inventor/enu/2012/Help/2144-Tutorial2144/3121Dynamic-3121.html

Course summary:
Participants learn how to use Autodesk Inventor Simulation commands and simulate and analyze the dynamic
characteristics of an assembly in motion under various load conditions. In this Inventor module you can export load
conditions at any motion state to Stress Analysis. The simulation reveals how parts respond from a structural point
of view to dynamic loads at any point in the range of motion of the assembly.
Under guidelines of Autodesk Certified Instructors, participants also work on practical exercises based from realworld industry samples.
Course duration:
1 day (?)
Courses Prerequisites:
It is recommended that participants in this course have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8,
Microsoft MS Office (Word, Excel) and working knowledge of mechanical design principles.
Who should attend?
Experienced Inventor users looking to expand their working knowledge with Inventor Dynamic Simulation
techniques. Participants should have a good working experience in Inventor basic modeling techniques

Inventor Professional tutorials files


If you are beginner in Inventor it is suggested that you also use help from online Inventor tutorials from:
http://help.autodesk.com/view/INVNTOR/2015/ENU/
You can download tutorial data set files from next web link:
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=21952055

Inventor training Skill exercises (home) instructions:


Except where otherwise noted, after finishing the exercises save all exercises with suffix done.
After doing that, send zipped files for review in folders named same as done chapter.
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