Autodesk HSM CAM products have revolutionized the CNC Programming industry. This course will teach the fundamentals of Inventor's user interface and design tools to get you up and running quickly. Software required: Autodesk Inventor HSM.
Parametric CAD design has been around for decades, and to some extent, so has its CAM side. For the majority of the industry, however, it was too difficult and too expensive to implement. Autodesk's Inventor HSM has changed that. In this course, 2D CNC Milling at Its Best in Autodesk Inventor HSM, you will learn all of the necessary basics behind Inventor's CAD tools so you can get up and running with its parametric CAD side to fully utilize the CAM side Inventor HSM provides. This course is presented in an assembly environment to get the best out of the Inventor side of INVHSM, such as quick and painless model replacement for revision changes that are a constant in manufacturing today. Along the way you will learn how Inventor's 2D CAM tools can advance your everyday CNC programming tasks with key tips, including how to create easy default settings, intuitive tool path structure, tool libraries, fast calculation speeds, and above all the parametric tool path control that Inventor offers. After finishing this course, you will be able to properly import parts from all CAD formats, 2D program in an individual part environment with Facing, 2D Adaptive Clearing, Contour, Pocket, Circular, Hole, and Thread Milling tool paths. Software required: Autodesk Inventor HSM.
Stan Akers is a professional Machinist, CNC Programmer, Tool Designer, and Applications Engineer with over 20 years of hard earned experience in various MFG disciplines centered around machining and machine tool technology.
Hi everyone, my name is Stan Akers and welcome to my course 2D CNC Milling at its best in Autodesk Inventor HSM.
I am a seasoned CNC Programmer by trade as well as a freelance MFG consultant and CAD/CAM training specialist for Autodesk CAD CAM solutions.
Autodesk's HSM products have made my dayly CNC programming and Design tasks faster and more enjoyable. It taken me from a Job to a career with the innovations and technology this
software has provided and it's my pleasure to share this knowledge with you. This course was developed to help machinist, CNC programmers, MFG Engineers, and anyone looking to dive into the world of parametric CAD/CAM.
Throughout this course, we are going to cover all of the buttons, clicks, and tricks you will need to get you started successfully with Autodesk Inventor HSM programming parts in hours not days or weeks.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
How to setup Inventor HSM for the best CNC Programming experience
Create Stock Solids using Sketch,Extrude and Direct Edit Tools
Create a Setup and apply all of the necessary tool paths to properly machine our projects in a part enviroment as well as an assembly environment
How to manage a revision change to our project and roll the toolpaths over to the new model
By the end this course, you’ll know everything you need to properly get started with and or transitioned into Inventor HSM.
Before beginning the course you should be familiar with CNC Machining or have some CAD/CAM background.
From here, you should feel comfortable diving into Autodesk Inventor with courses on, Design, More CNC Programming, and Project Management.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn Autodesk Inventor HSM with the 2D CNC Milling at its best in Autodesk Inventor HSM course, at Pluralsight.