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Mastering Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk Inventor LT 2011

ISBN: 978-0-470-92213-2
940 pages
July 2010
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Expert authors Curtis Waguespack and Thom Tremblay developed this detailed reference and tutorial with straightforward explanations, real-world examples, and practical tutorials that focus squarely on teaching Inventor tips, tricks, and techniques. The authors extensive experience across industries and their Inventor expertise allows them to teach the software in the context of real-world workflows and work environments. They present topics that are poorly documented elsewhere, such as design tactics for large assemblies, effective model design for different industries, strategies for effective data and asset sharing across teams, using 2D and 3D data from other CAD systems, and improving designs by incorporating engineering principles.

Mastering Inventor 2011 begins with an overview of Inventor design concepts and application before exploring all aspects of part design, including sketching, basic and advanced modeling techniques, working with sheet metal, and part editing. The book then looks at assemblies and subassemblies, explaining real-world workflows and offering extensive detail on working with large assemblies.

Weldment design is detailed next before the reader is introduced to the functional design using Design Accelerators and Design Calculators. The detailed documentation chapter then covers everything from presentation files to simple animations to documentation for exploded views, sheet metal flat patterns, and more. The following chapters explore crucial productivity-boosting tools, data exchange, the Frame Generator, and the Inventor Studio visualization tools. Finally, the book explores Inventor Professional's dynamic simulation and stress analysis features as well as the routed systems features (piping, tubing, cabling, and harnesses).

Mastering Inventor's detailed discussions are reinforced with step-by-step tutorials, and readers can compare their work to the downloadable before-and-after tutorial files. It also features content to help readers pass the Inventor 2011 Certified Associate and Certified Professional exams and will feature instructor support materials appropriate for use in both the training and higher education channels. Mastering Inventor is the ultimate resource for those who want to quickly become proficient with Autodesk's 3D manufacturing software and prepare for the Inventor certification exams.

 

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1 Inventor Design Philosophy.

2 Data and Projects.

3 Sketch Techniques.

4 Basic Modeling Techniques.

5 Advanced Modeling Techniques.

6 Sheet Metal.

7 Part and Feature Reuse.

8 Assembly Design Workflows.

9 Large Assembly Strategies.

10 Weldment Design.

11 Functional Design.

12 Documentation.

13 Inventor Tools Overview.

14 Exchanging Data with Other Systems.

15 Frame Generator.

16 Inventor Studio.

17 Stress Analysis and Dynamic Simulation.

18 Routed Systems.

19 Plastics Design Features.

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Curtis Waguespack, Inventor Certified Expert and an Autodesk Manufacturing Implementation Certified Expert, has taught Inventor in the classroom and consultedwith and supported manufacturing and design firms in industries ranging from aerospace to consumer products to industrial machinery. Curtis has used Inventor to design a wide range of manufactured products and continues to use it daily in a real-world design environment. Thom Tremblay is a Subject Matter Expert on the Autodesk Strategic Universities team. He is an Inventor Certified Professional who has been using Autodesk software for 20 years to design everything from cabinets and castings to ships and video monitors. He has close ties to the Inventor community, is a frequent speaker, and presents at Autodesk University every year.

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