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Jason Hunt

IM120928: Adding Intellect to Inventor with Intelligent Modeling

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Explore using parameters and the available functions in Inventor to build intelligent models
  • Discover the power of using adaptivity in your designs
  • Learn how to use simplification to drive modular design
  • Learn how to incorporate iLogic in your intelligent-modeling workflows

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Adding intelligence to your Inventor software designs is necessary when trying to speed up your design workflows. Inventor models don't have to be passive; they can have "intellect." Ask yourself these questions: Why should you always redo all the work every time you create a similar model? Do you find that you're creating similar models with only slight differences in size or configuration? Do you wish you could make your parts change when your layout changes? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this class is for you. We'll explore 4 different techniques to make your models work harder for you, covering the power of user parameters and functions, adaptive design, simplification, and iLogic. We'll learn how to use and apply these techniques to generate intelligent designs, improving the efficiency of design workflows.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD managers, Engineers and Designers who frequently create or have a need to create models or designs that share common features or configurations.

Speakers

Speakers

Jason Hunt

Jason is the NPD Group Leader in the CAD Designer Group for FS-Elliott Co., LLC. FS-Elliott is a leading manufacturer of oil-free centrifugal air and gas compressors with sales, service, and manufacturing locations around the world. Based in Williamsville, NY, Jason provides lead design services to current NPD projects and helps drives current CAD standards and best practices among the NPD team. His experience involves 20+ years of compressor design, with an education background in Engineering from SUNY at Alfred, Industrial Engineering from SUNY Buffalo State and Business/Marketing from the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte.

Kevin Smedley

Kevin Smedley is the Cad/BIM Manager for SPC Mechanical headquartered in Wilson, NC.SPC Mechanical is an MEP Contractor in North Carolina and has four locations throughout the state.Applications for success are Revit, Navisworks, BIM, Sysque and Trimble. Kevin has over 28 years of CAD and Management experience with multiple Autodesk products in the manufacturing and AEC environments. His background includes CAD and design management, instructor/trainer, consultant, and implementation and support specialist.Additional areas are Engineering Systems Manager and CAD Administrator, product data management (PDM), product lifecycle management (PLM) with PMP and CIP.Kevin's specialties include CAD management, Inventor 3D parametric modeling application, Vault Professional software data management, Revit, BIM and the role of continued support specialist.

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Tags

Published

  • 2017
  • IM120928
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Inventor Professional
  • None

Industry

  • Industrial Machinery

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT
  • Product Design