Mastering Sheet Metal Design Using Autodesk Inventor / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
As users delve into features of this software, Mastering Sheet Metal Design with Autodesk Inventor will help them to discover how sheet metal parts are designed and explore a variety of proven-effective construction techniques. An abundance of examples, exercises, and step-by-step tutorials in every chapter detail the use of commands and command sequences, and speed learning. Instructions for using Autodesk Inventor tools to automate routine tasks, document designs, and enhance productivity is also revealed, along with information on direct support, user groups, and free support options for users of all abilities.
|Product dimensions:||7.42(w) x 9.16(h) x 0.31(d)|
About the Author
Travis Jones owns a consulting company where he manages manufacturing projects for large domestic and international companies in a variety of industries. In addition to more than twenty years of hands-on experience with AutoCAD, he has worked with Autodesk Inventor since its inception and is adept with several other parametric modeling applications.
Table of Contents
Welcome Included Files on the CD Project File for Exercises Support Information Your Autodesk Authorized Manufacturing Reseller United States and Canada Latin America and Caribbean Direct Support Options User Groups Free Support Mastering Sheet Metal Design with Autodesk Inventor Course Objectives Prerequisites Introduction to Sheet Metal Design Sheet Metal Fabrication Sheet Metal Parts Sheet Metal Design Methods Creating Sheet Metal Parts in Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Tools Sheet Metal Styles Sheet Tab Bend Tab Corner Tab Face Contour Flange Flange Hem Fold Bend Corner Seam Cut Corner Round Corner Chamfer Punch Tool Flat Pattern Common Tools Detailing Sheet Metal Designs Exercise 1: Sheet Metal in Assemblies Face and Flange Techniques Bend Tables Bend Table Editing Bend and Corner Reliefs Exercise 2: Creating Faces and Flanges Exercise 3: Rolled Sheet Metal Parts Exercise 4: Working with Imported Geometry Exercise 5: Importing a Folded Model iFeatures and Punches PEM Nut Relief Method A Method B Method C Method D Exercise 6: iFeatures and Punches Sheet Metal Parts from Solids Exercise 7: Shelled Solids Exercise 8: Lofted Shapes Applying Your Skills Course Summary