Autodesk Advance Steel Training Fundamentals Course

Advance Steel structural steel fabrication, design and detailing software

Autodesk Advance Steel Training Fundamentals Course

The Autodesk® Advance Steel software is a powerful 3D modelling application that streamlines the fabrication process through the use of a 3D model, which is used to create fabrication drawings, Bill of Materials (BOM) lists, and files for Numerical Control (NC) machines.
Since structural steel projects are extremely complex, the Autodesk Advance Steel software is also complex. The objective of the Autodesk® Advance Steel: Fundamentals training course is to enable you to create full 3D project models at a high level of detail and set them up in fabrication drawings.
This course focuses on the basic tools that the majority of users need. You begin by learning the user interface, basic 3D viewing tools, and the standard AutoCAD® tools that are routinely used.
Specific Autodesk Advance Steel objects, including structural columns, beams, bracing, plates, bolts, anchors, welds, and additional 3D objects are also covered. You will also learn about the powerful model verification tools. To complete the course, you will learn to edit and generate all of the required documentation files that enable your design to accurately and effectively communicate the final design.

  • 16-Hours – 4 x 4-hour sessions
  • Remote training over MS Teams
  • Sessions are recorded and download links for each session are provide for future use
  • Training for up to 1-3 People
  • Sessions can start within 7 days upon ordering
  • Flexible sessions (i.e. consecutive or Monday, Wednesday, Friday, etc.)
  • Courses are private and topics can be customised to suit
  • Includes Certificate of Completion
  • Training manuals are additional $159 each for soft copy

Course Length: 16 Hours (4 x 4 Hour Sessions)

Topics Covered:

• Understand the process of 3D modelling and extracting 2D documentation from a model in the Autodesk Advance Steel software.
• Navigate the Autodesk Advance Steel interface.
• Work with 3D viewing tools.
• Review helpful AutoCAD tools.
• Work with the User Coordinate System (UCS).
• Use the Autodesk Advance Steel Modify commands.
• Add structural grids.
• Create levels.
• Model columns and beams and add bracing.
• Create connections using the Connection Vault.
• Create special parts.
• Verify models using Clash Checking tools.
• Modify a drawing prototype.
• Work within the Drawing Style Manager.

• Create custom connections.
• Create plates and add bolts, anchors, and welds.
• Add grating and cladding.

• Model ladders, stairs, and railings.
• Create concrete objects such as footings.
• Number objects.
• Extract 2D drawings from the model using Drawing Styles and Drawing Processes.
• Review and modify 2D drawings using the Document Manager.
• Modify 2D details with parametric dimensions.
• Revise models and drawings.
• Create BOM lists.
• Export data to .NC and .DXF files.

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Autodesk Inventor Professional: Sheet Metal Design Training

Autodesk Inventor Professional: The Power of the Design Accelerator Training

Autodesk Inventor: Sheet Metal Design Training

This course on Sheet Metal design teaches design concepts and techniques such as flanges, contour rolls, hems, folds, rips, bends, corner rounds/chamfers, where you can design sheet metal parts and multi-body parts, turn them into flat patterns for drawings and manufacturing.

Course Length: 8 Hours (2 x 4 Hour Sessions)

Prerequisites: Autodesk Inventor introduction to solid modelling or equivalent.

Training Guide Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Sheet Metal Modelling

  • Sheet Metal Concepts
  • Sheet Metal Terminology
  • Sheet Metal Environment
  • Sheet Metal Design Process

Chapter 2: Sheet Metal Base Features

  • Applying Existing Sheet Metal Defaults
  • Creating a Face as a Base Feature
  • Creating a Contour Flange as a Base Feature
  • Creating a Contour Roll as a Base Feature

Chapter 3: Sheet Metal Secondary Features

  • Sheet Metal Parameters
  • Bend Relief Shapes
  • Faces as Secondary Features
  • Contour Flanges as Secondary Features
  • Contour Rolls as Secondary Features

Chapter 4: Flanges

  • Creating Flanges
  • Corner Relief Options

Chapter 5: Bending Sheet Metal

  • Hems
  • Folds
  • Bends

Chapter 6: Corner Rounds and Chamfers

  • Creating Corner Rounds
  • Creating Corner Chamfers

Chapter 7: Sheet Metal Cuts

  • Creating Cut Features
  • Creating Straight Holes
  • Using Punch Tool Features
  • Creating a Punch Tool
  • Cuts Using Surfaces

Chapter 8: Corner Seams

  • Creating Corner Seams and Mitres
  • Creating Corner Rips
  • Converting Corner Seams and Bend

Chapter 9: Flat Pattern Environment

  • Creating Flat Patterns
  • Orienting Flat Patterns
  • Punch Representations
  • Bend Angle
  • Flat Pattern Clean-up
  • Exporting to DXF/DWG

Chapter 10: Lofted Flange and Rips

  • Lofted Flange
  • Rip

Chapter 11: Unfold and Refold

  • Unfold and Refold

Chapter 12: Multi-Body Sheet Metal Modelling

  • Multi-Body Modelling

Chapter 13: Documentation and Annotation

  • Sheet Metal Drawing Terminology
  • Creating Sheet Metal Drawings
  • Bend & Punch Notes
  • Bend Tables
  • Punch Tables
  • Bend Order
  • Cosmetic Centrelines

Chapter 14: Converting Parts to Sheet Metal

  • Converting Solid Models to Sheet Metal
  • Non-Ruled Surfaces

Appendix A: Sheet Metal Rules

  • Working with Sheet Metal Rules
  • Sheet, Bend, and Corner Tab Options
  • Bend Tables

Appendix B: Additional Practices

Appendix C: Autodesk Inventor Certification Exam Objectives

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