Design faster and get better results by learning how Autodesk Inventor software thinks. In this class, you will learn how to be more successful in creating 3D models. We will cover tips and tricks and explain how to avoid and overcome bad modeling practices. Come and learn how to improve your Inventor modeling skills and become more valuable to your company.
Individuals who need to design products faster and more reliably to support their company's engineering and manufacturing processes
Jake is a Senior Software QA Engineer at Autodesk, working with the Autodesk ShapeManager development team in Cambridge, UK. He is one of Autodesk's leading internal authorities on Inventor part modelling, and has been responsibile for training Autodesk employees, resellers and users on how best to use Inventor's modelling functionality. With a combination of both software development and product design expertise, Jake acts as a vital link between the people who write Autodesk software and the people who use Autodesk software.
Learn to take your conceptual designs beyond the marketing image through to fabrication. This class describes the solution that we implemented for one of our clients recently where we took an Autodesk Revit conceptual mass to fabrication using Autodesk® Inventor® software. The class will demonstrate the workflow developed to take us from the design brief (a marketing image and five sections), into the conceptual massing environment in Revit software. Here we defined, panelized, and optimized the façade design before coordinating with the proposed steelwork design. This coordinated design was then taken into Inventor to create the fabrication detail necessary for automated fabrication and delivery to site. The final stage of this workflow saw the panels transferred back into Revit to coordinate and design the final supporting bracketry. This class showcases the workflow from Revit to Inventor and back again and highlights the benefits of adaptive components and massing tools to realize your designs.
During this class, you will learn the how Autodesk Simulation Mechanical software can be used for construction industry applications. Autodesk Simulation Mechanical will be used to create a global model with fine local details, such as a bolted connection in a steel structure. We will also cover critical effects such as prestress of bolts, contact between parts, plastic deformation, and dynamic behavior that captures real behavior.
En esta clase el asistente aprenderá a crear en AutoCAD Mechanical 2013, los Planos Mecánicos de Detalle y Fabricación con una mayor calidad, precisión y cumpliendo las normas internacionales de dibujo y diseño. El participante podrá comprobar las grandes ventajas que representa hacer este tipo de planos de taller de alta precisión, con la mejor herramienta en su género. Aprenderá a perfeccionar los planos hechos en AutoCAD 2013 al poder agregarle las poderosas funcionalidades de AutoCAD Mechanical 2013 en lo que se refiere a Dibujo 2D, Bocetado, Parametría, Acotaciones, Manejo de Listas de Materiales, Traducción de Notas Técnicas, Generación de Detalles y será capaz de documentar con facilidad los planos generados desde Autodesk Inventor.
Are you getting tired of trying to squeeze 50 pounds of information into a 20-pound sack? Do you feel you are not reaching the students you want to in your classes? When Richard Hutchinson, Texas A&M Senior Lecturer of Engineering Design Graphics, participated in the Autodesk Certified Instructor program, he had no idea how well his students (about 600 per year) would perform once he applied the techniques learned through the Autodesk Professional Excellence Program to his classroom curriculum. He and his counterparts have seen significant headway in student performance and application. Come and hear about some of the techniques and tips that you can implement in your classroom to help increase your students' ability to absorb technical knowledge and apply it to their projects at an accelerated pace.
Muchos diseñadores, ingenieros o dibujantes desean automatizar los procesos de diseño y modelación. Esta presentación brinda al usuario una forma fácil y rápida de reciclar operaciones de modelado y utilizarlas en otras piezas; del mismo modo ofrece un método ágil para ensamblar componentes mediante el uso de iMates.
This class will focus on the use of SAP software to manage complex design information from within Autodesk Inventor software. You will discover how Inventor can be integrated with SAP to provide a functional engineering platform. Discover how you can use your Autodesk Inventor software assembly structures to easily create and assign SAP materials and bills of materials (BOMs). These can then be used downstream for production planning and procurement activities, thereby synchronizing your engineering data directly to your overall manufacturing process. You will also learn how you can use BOM functionality in Autodesk Inventor so that engineering intent is always reflected in your production BOM.
This class will focus on how students age 10 to 20 are taught to use Autodesk® digital design technologies to design and make creative products and working prototypes that address a variety of needs. We will demonstrate methods for a creative design process and explain how metacognitive thinking skills have been applied in the classroom. We will also discuss our methods and the results of action research carried out on a range of mixed-ability students across the age range.
In many cases, the bill of materials is the most important part of your drawings when it comes to communicating within and outside your corporation. This class will examine the power of the bill of materials (BOM) produced by Autodesk Inventor software. We will explore the interface and examine how the BOM is built and maintained. We will explain the 2 BOM types as well as how the BOM structure impacts what you see in both the assembly BOM and the drawing parts list. We will show you how to use quantity and part number merging to build cut lists and other types of parts lists. Finally, we will explore how the bill of materials can be exported to a neutral format and used in other systems and see how the Inventor bill of materials compares to an item master created using Autodesk® Vault Professional software.
Mitch Free, CEO of MFG.com, will host this informative class on how the Internet has and continues to change the world of manufacturing. He will show how the Internet has helped designers, engineers, and sourcing professionals reach out and develop relationships with suppliers. Mitch will talk about the impact this new way of doing business is having in the world of manufacturing.
Autodesk® Inventor® software contains a powerful functionality called "representations" which controls the appearance of your model and aids in performance. Representations should become part of your standard practice, especially with large assemblies, and are an important component for controlling how your drawing views are presented.