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Christopher Atherton

MFG121025: Inventor: Frame Designing and Analysis Workflow

(Duration 01:02:32)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the basics of frame designing and learn about the components of a general frame
  • Understand the process flow of designing frames in Inventor
  • Understand the process of performing frame analysis and evaluating the results
  • Learn how to relate the frame-designing process with product manufacturing in the fabrication shop

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In this instructional demo, we'll design frames in an Inventor assembly environment. We'll perform calculations related to frame designing. We'll then apply the fasteners in assembly as required. We'll insert the power transmission components and springs in the frame. Finally, we'll perform frame analysis to test the frame strength. We'll take an example of a real-world model and help you understand how the products are developed from 0-100%.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD Engineer, Students working on Inventor, Trainers/Teachers/Professors working on Autodesk Inventor, Advanced Users of Autodesk Inventor

Speakers

Speakers

Christopher Atherton

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chris-atherton/17/787/6a1 Main consultancy focuses: Inventor, Data Management, Design Automation, Design Process Analysis and Project Management

Sven Eriksson

Sven Eriksson is Simulation Service Manager at Symetri, with 20+ years of experience as consultant and trainer in the simulation area. The main areas has been Mining & Heavy Machinery, Aerospace & Defence and Electronics Cooling. Much of the work has been for the companies Outotec, Ericsson, SAAB and the the Swedish defence Administration. Eriksson has been using and teaching in Autodesk Simulation software since 2005, with a focus on helping customers use FEA & CFD software in a more efficient way and to gain a better understanding of both the topics and good methodology.Over the years focus has moved from crunching numbers of complex problems, to help designers efficiently solve problems with efficient embedded software, making “Simulation for ALL”.

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Tags

Published

  • 2017
  • MFG121025
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Inventor Professional

Industry

  • Other Manufacturing

Topics

  • Generative Design
  • Structural Engineering
  • Product Design