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Inventor 2011 training AutoDesk  Tutorial Courses    

Our Inventor 2011 Training will help you discover the important features of  this release of Autodesk's Inventor software, as the instructor takes you step-by-step through more than 310 individual lessons, spanning over 22 hours of video based training. You'll be able to work with assemblies, create and edit parts, increase productivity with advanced techniques and much more.

GIMIT Learning Center's Autodesk Inventor 2011 Training will show you how Inventor 2011 redefines "ease-of-use," with a revolutionary new design experience that features new methods for modeling parts and assemblies. Our training course will show you how  the manipulation part of modeling offers an uninterrupted design workflow. You will learn to control all command inputs right at the point where you are directly affecting geometry. How Dynamic Input in the Sketch Environment enables you to sketch more freely and directly. How the new Assemble tool enables you to "snap" components together quickly and accurately.

Inventor Course Tutorial Lessons Outline
Getting  Started
Installation Highlights  
Ribbon: Get Started Tab  
Navigating the Autodesk  Inventor Environment  
Multiple Document Tools  
Using Standard View Navigation tools  
Using ViewCube  
Using the Navigation Bar  
Using SteeringWheel or Navigation eel  
Using a 3D Mouse  
Information Center and Help  
Using the Quick Access Toolbar  
Application Menu  
Application Menu Management Tools  
Using the Inventor Ribbon Interface  
Introduction to Project Files  
Creating New Inventor Files
Opening Existing Files
Working With Assemblies  
Understanding Assembly Files  
Identifying Assembly Components  
Browser Folders  
Introduction to Component Visibility  
Introduction to Browser Filter and Find  
Degrees of Freedom and Constrained Drag Concepts  
Grounded Components  
Identifying Existing Assembly Constraints  
Editing Existing Assembly Constraints  
Drive Assembly Constraints to Simulate Motion  
Replace a Component in an Assembly  
Editing an Assembly Component  
Measuring Assembly Components  
Center of Gravity  
Creating a New Assembly  
Placing a Component in an Assembly  
Create a Component in Place  
Place Component From Content Center  
Analyze Interference  
Introduction to the Bill of Materials  
Place a Virtual Component in an Assembly  
Move and Rotate an Assembly Component  
Mate and Flush  
Tangent and  Insert  
Angle Constraints
Constraint Set  
Contact Solver  
Constraint Limits  
Assembly Features  
Copy Components  
Pattern Components  
Mirror Assembly Components  
Promote and Demote Assembly Components  

  View Appearance  
View Appearance Overview  
Monochrome, Illustration  and  Watercolor  
Ground Plane  
View Appearance Section Views  
View Appearance Standard  Lighting  
View Appearance Image Based Lighting  

Assembly Management   
View Representation  
Documenting View Representations  
Positional Representations  
Documenting a Positional Representation Using Overlay
Creating a Level of Detail
Documenting a Level of  Detail  
Shrinkwrap and Substitute Single Body  
Solid Body, Keep Planar Faces
Shrinkwrap and Substitute Single Composite  
Multi -Body  

Create a Presentation  
Tweaking Components  
Animate Views  

Assembly and Presentation Documentation  
Introduction to the Drawing Environment  
Tools Tab  
Creating Presentation  nd  Assembly Drawings  
Create and Edit a Parts List  
Parts List Filters  
Manually Place Balloons in an Assembly Drawing  
Automatically Place Balloons in an Assembly Drawing  
Create and Edit Bill of Materials  
Revision Tables and Revision Tags
Create and Edit Parts  
Introduction to Part Modeling  
Modifying a Sketched Feature  
Modifying a Placed Feature  
Modifying a Work Feature  
Creating a New  Part  
Introduction to the Sketch Environment  
Sketch Overview  
Basic Sketch Tools  
Geometric Constraints  
Dimensional Sketch Constraints  
Design Intent and Model Parameters  
User Parameters  
Modify Sketch Tools: Trim, Extend  
Extruded Feature: Base, t, Join  
Alternate Solution and Taper  
Revolved Feature: Base, Cut, Join and Intersect  
Bend Feature  
Work Axis  
Work Plane  
Work  Point  
Hole and Thread Data  
Linear Placement  
Concentric Placement  
Point Placement  
Sketch Placement  
Operations and Options  
Terminations and Types  
Direct Manipulation  
Edge Mode  
Setback Options  
Loop Select and Feature Select  
Face Fillet and Full Round Fillet  
Variable Radius  
Thread Feature  
Spilt Tool  
Draft Tool  
Shell Tool  
Parameters Linked to Models   

Documenting Parts  
Creating a New Drawing  
Borders and Title Blocks  
Base and Projected Views  
Auxiliary View  
Section View  
Detail View  
Broken View  
Break Out View  
Crop View  
Slice View  
Draft View  
Editing Drawing Views  
Replace Model Reference  
Retrieving Model Dimensions and Auto Arrange  
Dimension Isometric View  
Baseline Dimension and Baseline Dimension Set  
Ordinate Dimension and Ordinate Dimension Set  
Chain Dimensions and Chain Dimension Set  
Moving Annotation Dimensions and Adjusting Properties  
Annotation Centerlines  
Annotation Centerlines in Multiple Drawing Views  
Create a Sketched Symbol  
Placing Annotation Text and Symbols  
Annotation Leader Text  and notation Symbols  
Annotation Text Stacking with Superscript and Subscript  
Annotate the Center of Gravity  
Hole, Thread and Chamfer Notes  
Hole Table  
Create a General Table  
Edit Dimension Annotations  
Dimension Annotation  tyles  
Drawing Sketches: Projected  Geometry  
Dimension to Intersection  
Dual Dimension and Alternate Unit Dimension  
Dimension Highlight  
Spline Dimensions  
Add a Tolerance to Dimensions  
Hatching: Overview  
Load  a  Custom Hatch Pattern  
Break Around Text  
Cut Views  
AutoCAD Blocks: Import  
AutoCAD Blocks: Pattern  
AutoCAD Blocks: Rotate and Scale

Multi Body Parts  
Multi Body Parts: Create  
Multi Body Parts: Make Components   

Creating a New Weldment and the Weldment Environment  
Welds: Fillet  and  Groove  
Weldment: Preparations  
Weldment: Machining  
Weldment: Documentation
Advanced Sketching and Constraining Techniques  
2D Spline  
Import Points  
Sketch Patterns  
Shared Sketches and Copied Sketches  
Mirror Sketch and Symmetric Constraints  
Slice Graphics in a Part File  
Linking Spreadsheet Parameters  
Edit Coordinate System  
Automatic Dimensions
Frame Generator  
Frame Generator: Overview  
Insert Frame Member  
Change Frame Member  
Trim  to  Frame  
Frame Analysis Overview
Advanced Part Modeling Techniques  
Use Open Profiles to Create Part Features  
Create Rib and Web Features  
Emboss Features  
Geometry Text  
Create Swept Features  
3D  Sketch: Included  Geometry  
Projected Geometry  
Helical Curve  
Create Coil Features  
Loft: Sections  
Centerline and Twist  
Area and Face  
Copy Feature  
Mirror Feature  
Suppress Features  
Reorder Features  
Derived Part  
Derived Assembly  
Derived Insert  
Decal: Part  
Decal: Assembly  
Auto Limits   

Sheet Metal  
Sheet Metal Overview  
Bend Tables  
Style Library  
Flange Dialog Box Overview  
Contour Flange  
Lofted Flange  
Convert a Standard Part to a Sheet Metal Part  
Corner Seam  
Corner Seam, Corner Rip  
Corner Round and Corner Chamfer  
Contour Roll  
Flat  Pattern  
Common Tools between  Part  and  Sheet  Metal  
Export Flat Pattern  
Unfold and Refold  
Cosmetic Bend Lines  
Surface Using Thicken  
PEM Fastener   

Documenting Sheet Metal  
Placing  Views  
Bend Notes and Tables  
Punch Notes and Tables  
Bend Order  

Plastic Part Design  
Introduction to Plastic Part Design
Snap  Fit  
Boss, Thread Side  
Boss, Head Side  
Rule Fillet  
Lip  nd Groove  

Sketch Blocks  
Insert, Edit  and Constrain  
Make Components   

Drawing File Creation and Settings  
Images in Title Blocks  
Drawing Resources  
Create and Edit Sheets  
Custom Borders  
Custom  iProperties in the Title Block   

Document Settings and Application Options  
Document Settings  
Prompt Tab  
Sketch Tab  
Save Tab  
General Tab  
Colors Tab  
Files Tab  
Introduction to the Style Editor  
Bill of  Materials   

Content Center  

Introduction to Content Center Content  
Inserting Content from Content Center  
Using AutoDrop  
Create Custom Content Center Libraries   

Extract and Create an iFeature  
Place an iFeature  
Edit an iFeature  
Author iCopy Component  
Create Derived  Members  
Create an iCopy  ssembly
Import and Export  
Importing CA TIA 5 and Other File Formats  
Exporting File Formats  
Pack and  o   

Create and Edit a Surface  
Replace Face and Sculpt  
Silhouette Curve   

Design  Accelerators  
Spur Gears  
Cylindrical Cam  
O -Ring  
Bolted Connection  
Accelerator: Shaft  
Basic Overview  
Parameter Filters  
Feature Suppression