Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design(C-MEC-NA19-ASM-ENL1)

Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design(C-MEC-NA19-ASM-ENL1)


16 Hrs Duration
On-Demand Video
Certificate Of Completion

Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design(C-MEC-NA19-ASM-ENL1)


Recommended Learning Duration: 16 Hrs

Overview: Through this course, the user will be able to learn Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design. On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

  • Create Assembly Design Constraints
  • Understand various Assembly Constraints like Mate, Flush, Angle, Insert and Mirror
  • Create Relationship like Rotary Motion and Transitional Motion
  • Generate Bill of Materials

Course Structure: 

Introduction to Assembly

  • About Assembly
  • General principles and types of Assembly
  • Design of Assembly
  • Process flow of Design for Assembly(DFA)
  • Stages involved in product development

Introduction to Constraints

  • Different types of Constraints in Assembly
  • Place component into Assembly
  • Use of Mate, Flush and Insert Constraint
  • Angle, Tangent and Symmetry Constraints

Rotational Constraints

  • Constrain by using Plane to Plane and Axis to Axis
  • Create Rotary Relationship
  • Create Translation Relationship
  • Create Drive between Gears

Transitional Constraints

  • Convert Rotary into Transitional Motion

Top-Down Approach

  • Top Down Assembly approach
  • Create part in Assembly workbench
  • Create Bolted Connection

Assembly of Product-1

  • Bottom Up Assembly approach
  • Assemble component by using Constraints
  • Create Angle Constraint
  • Create Rotation Relationship
  • Insert components from Content Center
  • Insert parts
  • Create Drive to validate assembly

Assembly of Product-2

  • Understand different parts of assembly and it’s functions
  • Exploded View of assembly
  • Insert parts
  • Free Rotate and Free Move
  • Adjust position by giving Offset
  • Place Subassemblies
  • Create Tangent Relationship
  • Create Transition Relationship
  • Verify created Relationship

Bill of Material

  • Create Bill of Materials
  • Add Engineering Note to BOM
  • Extract BOM into Drafting

Pre-requisite: User should be a Mechanical Engineer and should have completed Autodesk Inventor Part design course. The recommended version for practice exercises is Inventor 2020 and above.

Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

Instructor Video Duration: 105 Mins

Downloadable Exercises: 6

Recommended Practice Hours: 13 Hrs



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