Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2009 and Autodesk Inventor LT 2009
Chapter 1: Inventor Design Philosophy.
Chapter 2: Data and Projects.
Chapter 3: Sketch Techniques.
Chapter 4: Basic Modeling Techniques.
Chapter 5: Advanced Modeling Techniques.
Chapter 6: Sheet Metal.
Chapter 7: Part and Feature Reuse.
Chapter 8: Assembly Design Workflows.
Chapter 9: Large Assembly Strategies.
Chapter 10: Weldment Design.
Chapter 11: Functional Design.
Chapter 12: Documentation.
Chapter 13: Inventor Tools Overview.
Chapter 14: Exchanging Data with Other Systems.
Chapter 15: Frame Generator.
Chapter 16: Inventor Studio.
Appendix A: The Bottom Line.
Sean Dotson, P.E., is the President of RND Automation, an Inventor expert who helped develop portions of the software, and one of the Inventor community's most active participants.
Bill Bogan works for Autodesk as an Inventor Subject Matter Expert and has more than 24 years of CAD/CAM experience. Andrew Faix is an Inventor Product Design Lead.
Seth Hindman works for Autodesk and is responsible for the design of Inventor's sheet metal environment. Loren Jahraus, P.E., has worked on Inventor since 1999 and is currently a product designer.
Dennis Jeffrey is an Inventor Certified Expert and Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert. He writes the "The Creative Inventor" column for AUGI HotNews newsletter.
Dr. Shekar Subrahmanyam is a modeling expert at Autodesk who holds seven patents related to CAD and solid modeling.
Bob Van der Donck co-created Inventor and currently works at Autodesk in the Product Support department.