After designing your parts and assemblies, you'll want to make sure you get it all on paper. In this course, you will learn commands and tools to produce a professional looking drawing. Software required: Autodesk Inventor 2017.
Your freshly designed product isn't always going to serve you best if it's just sitting as a digital file on your computer. In this course, Inventor Essentials - Basic Drawings, you'll learn how to translate your product from digital file, to professional looking drawing. First, you're going to learn about the different dimension techniques. Next, you'll explore the different tables, including hole table, bend table, revision table, and more. Finally, you're going to wrap up the course by learning about the different view commands and flat patterns. By the end this course, you'll have learned the basics of creating drawings and you'll be ready to start producing your own.
Software required: Autodesk Inventor 2017.
Course Overview Hi everyone! My name is Joris Steurs, and welcome to my course, Inventor Essentials - Basic Drawings. I'm a mechanical designer at CADsherpa, a CAD service provider using Autodesk products for many years. Keep watching to gain some crucial knowledge about documenting your products and make another step to becoming a real inventor with it. This course is a beginner's level, so it's an introduction, yes, but also you will learn enough commands and tools to get a professional drawing produced. Some of the major topics that we will cover include different dimension techniques, different tables, whole table parts, list table, bend table, general table, and a division table. Different view commands like break, section, breakout. We'll see flat patterns and much more. By the end of this course, you'll know the basics of creating drawings and be ready to produce your own. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with parts made in Inventor, both sheet metal and normal parts, and also with assemblies. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about Inventor drawings with my Inventor Essentials - Basic Drawings course at Pluralsight.