Autodesk Inventor File Types


Autodesk Inventor File Types

Unlike AutoCAD and Mechanical Desktop, which maintain one file with multiple types of data, Autodesk Inventor maintains data in multiple associated files.

3D part model data is contained in a file with the extension .ipt.
3D assembly model data is contained in a file with the extension .iam.
2D drawing data is contained in a file with the extension .idw, .dwg.
Autodesk Inventor also maintains presentation files (.ipn) that contain definitions for exploded assemblies and specialized assembly views.

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YouTube Inventor 2016 Course


Autodesk Inventor Basic Tutorial

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 01

Session Content: Create Projects, User Interface and 2D Sketches (Orders – Constrains).

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 02

Session Content: 2D-Sketch Modify, Sketch Picture, 3D Model (Extrude – Revolve – Fillet – Chamfer).

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 03

Session Content: 3D Model (Loft – Sweep – circular Pattern – Rectangular Pattern with curve pattern – Mirror – Shell)

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 04

Session Content: 3D Model (Section view – Thread – coil – Rib – Sweep with sharing path) and Starting with Assembly (Engine Assembly) 

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 05

Session Content: 3D Model (Full Round Fillet & Face Fillet – Pattern Advanced Option – Split – Combine – Emboss) and Assembly (Motion Assembly (Rack and Gear))

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 06

Session Content: Drawing Sheet (Part level – Assembly level)

Autodesk Inventor 2016 Session 08

Session Content: Presentation (Tweaks – Set Camera – Explode view – Sequences – Groups )

 

Autodesk Inventor Advanced Course


2D-Sketch

  • Sketch Using Relax Mode

3D-Sketch

  • Lines in 3D Space
  • Helical Curve
  • Bend – Automatic Bend
  • Intersection Curve
  • Silhouette Curve
  • Project to Surface & Curve on Face

Advanced Part

  • Create Multibody Part
  • Create iPart
  • Emboss text and Profiles

Advanced Assembly

  • Create a level of detail
  • Create a part in context of an assembly
  • Describe and use Shrinkwarp
  • Create a Positional Representation
  • Create components using the Design Accelerator commands
  • Modify a bill of materials
  • Use the frame generator commands

Surfaces

  • Patch
  • Sculpt Surfaces
  • Trim Surfaces
  • Ruled Surface
  • Replace Faces

Sheet Metal

  • Create and edit Sheet Metal Style
  • Create face
  • Sheet Metal Flange
  • Contour Flange
  • Contour Roll
  • Hem
  • Lofted Flange
  • Sheet Metal Bend
  • Fold – Unfold
  • Corner steam
  • Sheet Metal Rip
  • Create a flat pattern
  • Export DXF for Machining

Weldment

  • Create weldment file
  • Specify weldment Material and standard
  • Create Weldment Preparations
  • Fillet weld – Groove Weld – Cosmetic weld

Advanced Drawing

  • Edit Section View
  • Modify style in Drawing
  • Edit Hole table

Presentation File

  • Create Animation Video

Course Duration: 6 Days
Prerequisites: Known Fundamental of Mechanical Drawing
Place: Will be in one of Partener Training Center
For more detials, We will contact with you after Registeration.

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Autodesk Inventor Essential Training


Inventor User Interface

  • Ribbon Interface
  • Template Setup (Standard – Unit systems)

Project File

  • Create a New Project
  • Setup Project File Contents
  • Dealing with existing Projects

Part Modeling

  • Create a New Part File
  • Create Parameters and Equations
  • 2D-Sketches Features
  • Sketches Constrains – Dimensions
  • Sketches Patterns and Editing
  • 3D-Model Features (Extrude – Revolve – Sweep –  ….)
  • Advanced 3D-Model Features (Coil – Thread – Direct Editing – ….)
  • Work Feature (Axis – Point – Plane)
  • 3D Pattern (Rectangular – Circular – Sketch Pattern – Mirror)

Assembly Modeling

  • Assembly File Interface
  • Placing Parts
  • Placing Content Center files
  • Placing Non-Native Part like (SolidWorks) Files into Assembly File
  • Using Assembly Constrains and Joints
  • Driving constrains to Simulate Parts Movements
  • Replacing Files Techniques

Advanced Assembly Parts

  • Bolted Connections – Design Shafts and Stress Graphs
  • Design Calculators for (Power Transmissions – Bearing – Belts – Springs)

Drawing layout

  • Create Views – Section View – Retrieve Dimensions From parts
  • Create Tables -Annotations – Balloons – Hole Notes – Parts List

Course Duration: 8 Days
Prerequisites: Known Fundamental of Mechanical Drawing
Place: Will be in one of Partener Training Center
For more detials, We will contact with you after Registeration.

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