Inventor Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle(EL-MDE-CAD-ACAD)


Inventor Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle(EL-MDE-CAD-ACAD)


Recommended Learning Duration: 84 Hrs

Overview: Through this Mechanical Design Engineer Bundle course, the user will be able to learn:

  • AutoCAD 3D Modelling
  • Autodesk Inventor Part Design
  • Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design
  • Autodesk Inventor Drafting
  • Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design
  • Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition

On completion of this course, user will be able to: 

  • Navigate to AutoCAD 3D Interface, work on various options to create different models
  • Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench and understand Sketcher workbench
  • About Assembly Approaches, apply basic Constraints and create Relationships
  • Create different views and generate various Dimension methods
  • Understand the settings of Sheet Metal Defaults, Create and Modify 3D models
  • Define various GD&T option, publishing GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF

Course Structure: 

AutoCAD 3D Modelling

  • About the GUI of AutoCAD 3D
  • Explore different Views of object and Change Views and Visual Styles
  • Navigate to AutoCAD 3D
  • Absolute and Dynamic Coordinate System
  • Use of Draw and Boolean and Polar Ray command
  • Use of Extrude, Fillet and Press pull commands
  • Work on various options of Solid Modelling and 3D Surface Modelling
  • Edit and create different Views
  • Project and place different Views of model
  • Add Annotations and Dimensions
  • Import Template to create 2D views

Autodesk Inventor Part Design

  • Importance of Part design and benefits of 3D modelling over 2D modelling
  • Create 3D models in Inventor Part Design workbench
  • Understand the Sketcher workbench and create sketch using various commands
  • Constrain Sketch by using commands Coincide, Tangent, Symmetry, Horizontal and Vertical Constrains
  • Understand the Sketch-Based Features like Extrude, Revolve and Loft
  • Create Dress-up Features like Draft, Fillet and Chamfer
  • Modify the profile using Move, Copy and Rotate
  • Create new Work Planes and Reference Elements using Project Geometry
  • Create Pattern

Autodesk Inventor Assembly Design

  • Introduction to Assembly, general principles and types of Assembly
  • Create Assembly Design Constraints
  • Understand various Assembly Constraints like Mate, Flush, Angle, Insert and Mirror
  • Create Relationship like Rotary Motion and Transitional Motion
  • Top Down Assembly approach and Bottom Up Assembly approach
  • Create Drive to validate assembly
  • Create Bill of Materials and extract BOM into Drafting

Autodesk Inventor Drafting

  • About Drafting and types of Drafting
  • First and Third Angle Projection
  • Drafting Sheet Standards and different types of Views
  • Create new Title block and edit Title Block
  • About commands under Place Views and Annotate panel
  • Create different Views like Auxiliary View, Section View, Detail View and Break View
  • Apply various Dimension Methods like Baseline, Ordinate and Chain Dimensions
  • Create Geometrical Dimensions and Tolerance and Retrieve model Annotation
  • Generate Bill of Material(BOM)
  • Basics applications of GD&T

Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design

  • Applications of Sheet Metal Design and Terminology involved in Sheet Metal Design
  • Sheet Metal Design processes and Bend Allowances
  • GUI of Sheet Metal workbench and set up primary Sheet Metal rules
  • Create 3D models in Inventor Sheet Metal Design workbench
  • Create Face, Flange, Contour Flange, Contour Roll, Lofted Flange and Hem
  • Fold, Unfold, Refold and Bend operations
  • Create Hole, Corner Round and Corner Chamfer
  • Create Sheet Metal components
  • Generate Folded and Unfolded Views

Autodesk Inventor Model Based Definition

  • Define various GD&T options
  • About GD&T and its applications
  • Details about Form Tolerance, Profile Tolerance, Orientation Tolerance and Location Tolerance
  • General Annotations and Basic and Reference Dimension
  • Create Dimension Tolerance and Surface Texture
  • Annotate directly on 3D parts and products
  • Create Datum and capture Annotations
  • Create Geometrical Dimensions using Tolerance feature
  • Publish GD&T and Annotation into 3D PDF
  • Align the Dimensions
  • Publish created MBD into 3D PDF

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

Training Method: Instruction based and Hands-on practice.

Course Validity: 90 days from the date of enrolment.

Instructor Video Duration: 500 Mins

Downloadable Exercises: 20

Recommended Practice Hours: 68 Hrs