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James O'Flaherty

CP10149: It’s All in the Details—Best Practices for Detailing Drawings

(Duration 01:05:03)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to navigate the Inventor Detail Drawing environment and options
  • Learn how to use Design Views and Level of Details
  • Learn how to set commonly used standards/processes
  • Learn how to use Model Dimensions

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Do you wish detailing your drawings took far less time? Do you wish there were quicker, more-efficient ways to get your detail drawings completed? This class will go over some tips and tricks you can use when creating your drawings, as well as best practices, the setting of standards and items you tend to use often, custom symbols creation and use, efficient dimensioning, and the use of design views and level of details to help speed up the detailing process.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Beginner/moderate Inventor users who are looking to be more efficient & spend less time creating & working in detail drawings

Speakers

Speakers

James O'Flaherty

Jim O’Flaherty is an applications expert for the manufacturing solutions division of IMAGINiT Technologies, and he has been working out of their Denver office since July 2014. Jim has more than 35 years in the mechanical design field covering industries of automotive, power generation, industrial, consumer goods, avionics, and hazardous waste removal. Jim has been certified on Inventor software since Release 3 and he was one of the early adapters of Vault software’s Workgroup. He was awarded Autodesk, Inc.'s, Expert Elite status in 2014, and he is an Autodesk Inventor 2014 Certified Professional and an Autodesk Certified Instructor.

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Published

  • 2015
  • CP10149
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor

Industries

  • Consumer Products
  • Automotive & Other Transportation
  • Industrial Machinery

Topics

  • Industrial Design and Styling