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Autodesk Inventor is a 3D mechanical solid modeling design software developed by Autodesk to create 3D digital prototypes. It is used for 3D mechanical design, design communication, tooling creation and product simulation. This software enables users to produce accurate 3D models to aid in designing, visualizing and simulating products before they are built.

Autodesk inventor is a computer-aided design application for creating 3D digital prototypes used in the design, visualization and simulation of products.

Sketcher Environment

 Introduction to Inventor Concepts

 Feature based concepts

 Parametric concepts

 Associative concepts

 Creating Sketcher Geometry & Using Sketcher Tools

Part modeling Environment:

 Basic part modelling :

 Creating Extrudes, Revolve, Swept, Loft

 Advanced reference management

Assembly Environment:

 Top down & Bottom up assembly

 Assembly constraints

Drafting Environment:

 Generating drawing views

 Creating dimensions and Inserting annotations

 Bill of Materials (BOM)

Sheetmetal Environment:

 Sheetmetal design& Fundamentals

 Forming and Stamping tools

Surface Environment:

 Creation of Surfaces

 Ruled & Sweep features

 Freeform modelling



 Autodesk - Course completion

 Autodesk - Professional

 PTC University




 Mechanical CAD

 Civil CAD

 Architectural CAD

 Electrical CAD