In this course, you'll learn to have appreciation, understanding, and mastery of sketch constraints and part modeling in Inventor. You'll be presented with a 2D drawing and a challenge to model it in 3D. Software required: Autodesk Inventor 2016.
Sketches and part modeling in a typical 3-4 day CAD class usually consumes 50% of the time, and a very important aspect of parametric CAD modeling is constraints. In this course, Parametric Modeling and Sketch Constraints in Inventor, you'll obtain clear understanding and mastery of sketch constraints and part modeling. First, you'll start creating 2D sketches and turning them into profiles, which in turn can be extruded into a 3D model. Next, you'll progress into creation of multiple sketches, leading to the realization of importance of sketch constraints. Finally, you'll be modeling familiar 3D parts, putting sketch constraints into action. By the end of this course, you'll be very comfortable and hungry for more complex parametric parts and to move into assembly creation. Software required: Autodesk Inventor 2016.
Since 2007, Jomarc E. Baquiran has been a passionate Mechanical Design Engineer and CAD Evangelist. He believes in using the power of education as a tool to reduce poverty and inequality. He is currently the Training Manager for an Autodesk Authorized Academic Partner and board member for SIGGRAPH Manila.
Hi Everyone! This is Jomarc and welcome to Parametric Modeling and Sketch Constraints in Autodesk Inventor. I am a CAD evangelist and a training manager for MechaniWeb - an Autodesk Authorized Academic Partner.
In this Autodesk Inventor course I will secure your understanding and mastery of the essential part modeling techniques notably:
Parametric part modeling strategies
By the end of this course you will be very comfortable and hungry for more complex parametric parts and move-into assembly creation.
Join me as we all embark in this fun and learning experience with Parametric Modeling and Sketch Constraints in Autodesk Inventor. Lets get started on your first module!