Autodesk Nastran In-CAD: Essentials Training

Autodesk Nastran In-CAD: Essentials Training

Autodesk Nastran In-CAD: Essentials Training

Based on assembly and multi-body part modelling, this course covers advanced and productivity topics such as constraints, iMates, iAssemblies, top-down design methodology, design accelerator, weldments and more.

Course Length: 2 Days

Prerequisites: Autodesk Inventor introduction to solid modelling or equivalent.

Training Guide Contents

Chapter 1: Working Effectively with Assemblies

  • 1 General Assembly Tips
  • 2 Relationship Tips
  • 3 Motion Constraints
  • 4 Transitional Constraints

Chapter 2: Introduction to Top-Down Design

  • 1 Top-Down Design Process
  • 2 Top-Down Design Tools

Chapter 3: Derived Components

  • 1 Derived Components
  • 2 Modify Derived Components

Chapter 4: Multi-Body Part Modelling

  • 1 Multi-Body Part Modelling

Chapter 5: Layout Design

  • 1 Layout Design

Chapter 6: Associative Links and Adaptive Parts

  • 1 Associative Links
  • 2 Adaptive Assembly Parts

Chapter 7: iMates

  • 1 iMates

Chapter 8: Positional Representations

  • 1 Introduction to Positional Representations
  • 2 Create and Edit Positional Representations
  • 3 Use Positional Representations

Chapter 9: Model Simplification

  • 1 Shrinkwrap
  • 2 Assembly Simplification

Chapter 10: Level of Detail Representations

  • 1 Level of Detail Representations
  • 2 System-Defined Level of Detail Representations
  • 3 User-Defined Level of Detail Representations
  • 4 Using Level of Detail Representations
  • 5 Substitute Level of Detail Representations
  • 6 LOD Productivity Tools

Chapter 11: Design Accelerator

  • 1 Design Accelerator
  • 2 Generators
  • 3 Calculators
  • 4 Engineer’s Handbook

Chapter 12: Advanced File Management

  • 1 Design Assistant
  • 2 Pack and Go
  • 3 Purging Old Files

Chapter 13: Inventor Studio

  • 1 Rendering
  • 2 Animation
  • 3 Video Producer
  • 4 Creating a Standard Room

Chapter 14: iAssemblies

  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Create Basic iAssemblies
  • 3 Create Multi-Level iAssemblies
  • 4 Create iAssemblies Using Existing Assemblies
  • 5 Place iAssemblies
  • 6 Edit iAssemblies

Chapter 15: Frame Generator

  • 1 Frame Generator
  • 2 Structural Shape Author

Chapter 16: Assembly Duplication Options

  • 1 Pattern Components
  • 2 Mirror Components
  • 3 Copy Components

Chapter 17: Working with Weldments

  • 1 Working with Weldments
  • 2 Fillet Welds
  • 3 Cosmetic Welds
  • 4 Groove Welds

Appendix A: Working with Spreadsheets and Parameters

  • 1 Spreadsheet-Driven Parameters
  • 2 Custom Parameters
  • 3 Custom Parameter Formatting and Expressions

Appendix B: Autodesk Inventor Certification Exam Objectives

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Autodesk Inventor Professional: Simulation Training

Autodesk Inventor Professional: The Power of the Design Accelerator Training

Autodesk Inventor Professional: Simulation Training

Teaching you simulation fundamentals for Autodesk Inventor Professional parts and assemblies, such as stress analysis, optimisation, frame, bolts, modal and dynamic simulation studies.

Course Length: 2 Days

Prerequisites: Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modelling or equivalent.

Training Guide Contents

  • Cyclic Symmetry Analysis
  • Assembly Optimization
  • Bolted Connections
  • Weldment Analysis
  • Assembly Analysis with built-in welds
  • Wind Load Analysis
  • Fabrication Analysis
  • Sheet Metal Analysis
  • Motion Load Transfer Analysis
  • Multiple Motion Load Transfer
  • Modal Analysis
  • Frame Analysis Environment
  • Frame Analysis Using Content Centre Structures
  • Frame Analysis Using Frame Generator Structures
  • Dynamic Simulation Joints
  • Dynamic Simulation Environmental Constraints
  • Analysing Dynamic Simulation Results

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Autodesk Fusion 360: Introduction to Parametric Modeling Training

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AUTODESK FUSION 360: INTRODUCTION TO PARAMETRIC MODELING TRAINING

Covering parametric sketching and modelling design techniques along with 2D detailing. In addition to solid modelling, this course will also cover T-Spline (sub-d) freeform surfacing tools.

Course Length: 5 Days

Training Guide Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Autodesk Fusion 360

  • 1 Autodesk Fusion 360 Fundamentals
  • 2 Getting Started
  • 3 The Autodesk Fusion 360 Interface
  • 4 Design Navigation & Display

Chapter 2: Creating the First Feature with Quick Shapes

  • 1 Design Units and Origin
  • 2 Quick Shape Creation

Chapter 3: Creating Sketched Geometry

  • 1 Introduction to the Sketching Workflow
  • 2 Sketch Entities
  • 3 Dimensioning
  • 4 Sketch Constraints
  • 5 Extruding a Sketch
  • 6 Revolving a Sketch

Chapter 4: Additional Sketching Tools

  • 1 Additional Entity Types
  • 2 Editing Tools
  • 3 Additional Dimension Tools
  • 4 Moving and Copying
  • 5 Rectangular Sketch Patterns
  • 6 Circular Sketch Patterns

Chapter 5: Sketched Secondary Features

  • 1 Sketched Secondary Features
  • 2 Using Existing Geometry

Chapter 6: Pick and Place Features

  • 1 Fillets
  • 2 Chamfers
  • 3 Holes
  • 4 Editing Pick and Place Features

Chapter 7: Construction Features

  • 1 Construction Planes
  • 2 Construction Axes
  • 3 Construction Points

 

Chapter 8: Equations and Parameters

  • 1 Equations
  • 2 Parameters

Chapter 9: Additional Features and Operations

  • 1 Draft ▪ 9.2 Shell
  • 3 Rib
  • 4 Split Face
  • 5 Scale
  • 6 Thread
  • 7 Press Pull

Chapter 10: Design and Display Manipulation

  • 1 Reordering Features
  • 2 Inserting Features
  • 3 Suppressing Features
  • 4 Measure & Section Analysis
  • 5 Direct Modeling

Chapter 11: Single Path Sweeps

  • 1 Sweeps

Chapter 12: Loft Features

  • 1 Lofts

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Chapter 13: Feature Duplication Tools

  • 1 Mirroring Geometry
  • 2 Patterning Features

Chapter 14: Distributed Design

  • 1 Assembly Design Methods
  • 2 Distributed Design
  • 3 Joint Origins
  • 4 Assigning Joints

Chapter 15: Component Design Tools

  • 1 Rigid Groups
  • 2 Interference Detection
  • 3 Miscellaneous Joint Tools

 

Chapter 16: Multi-Body Design

  • 1 Multi-Body Design
  • 2 Multi-Body Design Tools
  • 3 Components
  • 4 As-Built Joints

Chapter 17: Sculpting Geometry

  • 1 Introduction to the Sculpt Environment
  • 2 Surface Quick Shapes
  • 3 Creating Sketched T-Spline Surfaces
  • 4 Creating Faces & Filling Holes

Chapter 18: Editing Sculpted Geometry

  • 1 Editing Form Geometry
  • 2 Deleting Entities
  • 3 Working with Edges
  • 4 Working with Faces
  • 5 Working with Points
  • 6 Controlling Symmetry
  • 7 Thickening Geometry

Chapter 19: Drawing Basics

  • 1 Creating a New Drawing
  • 2 Additional Drawing Views
  • 3 Exploded Views
  • 4 Manipulating Drawings

Chapter 20: Detailing Drawings

  • 1 Dimensions
  • 2 Other Annotations
  • 3 Parts List and Balloons
  • 4 Annotation and Dimension Settings
  • 5 Drawing Output

Chapter 21: Static Analysis Using the Simulation Environment

  • 1 Introduction to the Simulation Environment
  • 2 Setting up a Structural Static Analysis
  • 3 Setting up the Mesh
  • 4 Solving a Design Study
  • 5 Visualizing the Results

Appendix A: Outputting for 3D Printing

  • 1 Generating a .STL File

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