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Blair Stunder

IM10025: Inventor—Flexible Tube and Pipe: “How to Be a Hoser”

(Duration 01:07:06)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn the basics of the Tube and Pipe Styles and Template and Inventor settings for different environments
  • Learn the quick way to create new styles and edit existing styles
  • Learn the basics as well as some advanced tricks to creating flexible Tube and Pipe runs
  • Learn how to handle version upgrades to ensure the T and P Styles Library is migrated to the current version and is available to all users

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class will be a presentation of tips, tricks, settings, and customization for the Inventor software Tube and Pipe flexible hose module. Explore the systems settings, as they will differ from a stand-alone user to a multiuser shared environment. Explore some new hidden settings to aid users in the creation and modification of Tube and Pipe runs. The quick and dirty way to add new styles as well as the modification of existing styles within the Tube and Pipe module. Users will discover the downstream bill of materials impact of different methods of tube and pipe run creation.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Inventor users the use flexible hose and control lines such as air and hydraulic lines.

Speakers

Speakers

Blair Stunder

Blair Stunder is the general manager and product engineer for Arctic Manufacturing Ltd, a heavy-duty commercial-vehicle manufacturer in western Canada that has specialized in log transport and gravel equipment for more than 30 years. He holds engineering and business degrees, as well as a number of patents in the commercial transport industry. Blair started using Mechanical Desktop 1.0 software in 1995 and migrated to Inventor software in 2000 with release 4, and he is now on the 18-release version of Inventor software. He started using Simulation Mechanical (formerly Algor) finite element analysis (FEA) software back in 1995, and he’s now on the current 2016 release. Blair is one of the initial members of the Expert Elite program for his involvement and activity supporting Inventor software, and can be regularly found on the Autodesk Community Forums, primarily in the Inventor General Discussions area.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • IM10025
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Inventor

Industry

  • Industrial Machinery

Topics

  • Advanced Manufacturing Techniques
  • Industrial Design and Styling