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The book begins by introducing users to the software’s interface and foundational concepts. Following a workflow-based approach that mirrors how projects progress in the real world, the book then guides readers through creating 2D drawings from 3D data, modeling parts, combing parts into assemblies, and customizing styles and templates. Readers then employ advanced part modeling, assembly, and engineering tools and features, create plastic parts, work with sheet metal parts, build with the frame generator, use the weldment environment, create attractive presentation files, work with other data formats, and automate the design process with iLogic. Finally, the Certification Appendix assists readers in preparing for the Certified User, Certified Associate, and Certified Associate exams.
Based on designing very real-world objects, the hands-on exercises in Inventor Essentials will get all users up to speed on the program’s core functionality so they can quickly become productive with the software. The full-color book also features dataset downloads so readers can jump in anywhere as well as compare their work to the pro’s.
Chapter 1 Connecting to Inventor's Interface.
Chapter 2 Creating 2D Drawings from 3D Data.
Chapter 3 Learning the Essentials of Part Modeling.
Chapter 4 Putting Things in Place with Assemblies.
Chapter 5 Customizing Styles and Templates.
Chapter 6 Creating Advanced Drawings and Detailing.
Chapter 7 Advanced Part Modeling Features.
Chapter 8 Advanced Assembly and Engineering Tools.
Chapter 9 Creating Plastic Parts.
Chapter 10 Working with Sheet Metal Parts.
Chapter 11 Building with the Frame Generator.
Chapter 12 The Weldment Environment.
Chapter 13 Creating Images and Animation from Your Design Data.
Chapter 14 Working with Non-Inventor Data.
Chapter 15 Automating the Design Process and Table-Driven Components.
Appendix Inventor Certification.