This class is for Inventor software users who (just occasionally!) find themselves ready to create a complex model and don't know where to start. We will cover the basics concepts of surface and curvature continuity, then look at some examples of difficult topology and how to avoid it, and then we’ll take a deep dive into the toolset for surface modeling in Inventor software. Finally we will run through a complete step-by-step example of building a model from surfaces with Inventor software from concept to solid body. This class will benefit students who find themselves modeling challenging topology with Inventor software and who want to go from hack and whack . . . to planned and perfect!
Do you need to build complex organic shapes with Autodesk Inventor?
Paul Munford is an Application Engineer for Graitec UK. Until recently Paul was a specialist joinery draughtsman (a “setter out”) and CAD/CAM manager fora U.K.-based high-end custom furniture contractor. Paul had 8 years of experience “on the tools” before joining the CAD department in 2005. As an Application Engineer, Paul handles licensing, deployment, and training for AutoCAD software and Inventor software. Paul also uses AutoCAD and Inventor to create manufacturing “workshop” for Graitec’s customers. In his spare time Paul writes the blog entitled CAD Setter Out, and he also authored Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2016. This will be Paul’s 8th trip to Autodesk University, and his 4th as a speaker.
Don't get left behind. This class will peek into future technologies that will change the way you work. Join us as we share innovative new HP and NVIDIA products and technologies that span Virtual Reality (VR), 3D Printing, and 3D Scanning. In addition to our view of tomorrow, we will help you enhance Autodesk workflows today with new graphics technologies and Workstation-class hardware, and Tips & Tricks for performance optimization. You will leave this class inspired by our vision of the future, and armed with the knowledge and tools you need to work more productively today.
Diese Einführung vermittelt einen ersten Einblick in Autodesk Inventor iLogic anhand eines Beispiels.<br/><br/>Nach dem Besuch dieser Lektion wissen Sie :<br/><br/>* wie Sie den iLogic-Browser aktivieren und bedienen<br/><br/>* den iLogic-Editor bedienen<br/><br/>* erste Code-Zeilen schreiben<br/><br/>* ein Formular erstellen<br/><br/>* iLogic-Komponenten in Baugruppen platzieren
In dieser Breakout Session erfahren Sie mehr zum Thema TSplines in Inventor. Welche Technologie steckt dahinter, welche Werkzeuge stehen zur Verfügung? Testen Sie selbst die neuen umfangreichen Werkzeuge für Konzept Design in Inventor.
A look into Finite Element Analysis mechanical simulation inside Autodesk Inventor with Autodesk Nastran In-CAD. The presentation will explain the concepts of FEA simulation to validate product design and predict product behavior within the design application empowering designers to explore options as early as possible and reduce iteration costs. This enables designers to improve performance, reduce the chance of failure and reduce cost all without leaving their design environment.
Explore communication media that is much more effective than legacy methods to convey knowledge in the utility space. We will discuss efforts at Pacific Gas and Electric Company to streamline the communication of electric-distribution construction and design standards with an emphasis on enhancing knowledge. This class is designed to assist you in developing a proposal and business case to migrate the content of your standards into a digital format and share that content with others.
Learn from David and co-presenter Willie Thomas—business manager of the BIM for utilities implementation at San Diego Gas & Electric—about the transition from vision of BIM for utilities to the reality of adopting BIM technology within an organization. This class will offer Autodesk, Inc., perspective on adopting BIM for utilities, and key success criteria and risk factors. We will also cover the voice of the customer, and we’ll look at what has worked, what are the challenges, how you can execute better on the vision and plan going forward, and other elements involved in transitioning from vision to implementation. BIM for utility products discussed will be InfraWorks software, Inventor software, AutoCAD Electrical software, Vault software, Navisworks software, and BIM 360 Field software. The focus of the class is not on products but on interoperability between products, processes, and organizational adoption.