Autodesk Inventor 2017 Introduction To Solid Modeling Part 2

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Editor: Ascent, Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN: 9781943184361
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Note: This book is a continuation of "Autodesk Inventor 2017 (R1): Introduction to Solid Modeling - Part 1." The "Autodesk Inventor 2017 (R1): Introduction to Solid Modeling" student guide provides you with an understanding of the parametric design philosophy through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum. You will learn the key skills and knowledge needed to design models using Autodesk Inventor, starting with conceptual sketching, through to solid modeling, assembly design, and drawing production. Topics Covered in Part 2: Placing and constraining/connecting parts in assemblies Manipulating the display of components in an assembly Duplicating components in an assembly Obtaining model measurements and property information Creating Presentation files (Exploded views and Animations) Modifying and analyzing the components in an assembly Simulating motion in an assembly Creating parts and features in assemblies Creating and editing an assembly Bill of Materials Working with projects Creating and annotating drawings and views Customizing the Autodesk Inventor environment Prerequisites As an introductory training guide, "Autodesk Inventor 2017 (R1): Introduction to Solid Modeling" does not assume prior knowledge of any 3D modeling or CAD software. Students do need to be experienced with the Windows operating system and a background in drafting of 3D parts is recommended.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Advanced Assembly Modeling

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Editor: Ascent, Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN: 9781946571250
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The Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018: Advanced Assembly Modeling student guide builds on the skills acquired in the Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018: Introduction to Solid Modeling and Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018: Advanced Part Modeling student guides to take students to a higher level of productivity when creating and working with assemblies. You begin by focusing on the Top-Down Design workflow. You learn how tools are used to achieve this workflow using Derive, Multi-Body Design, and Layouts. Other topics include model simplification tools, Positional and Level of Detail Representations, iMates and iAssemblies, Frame Generator, Design Accelerator, and file management and duplication techniques. A chapter has also been included about the Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) Studio to teach you how to render, produce, and animate realistic images. Topics Covered Applying motion to existing assembly constraints using Motion and Transitional Constraints. Introduction of the Top-Down Design technique for creating assemblies and its components. Tools for Top-Down Design, such as associative links, adaptive parts, multi-body and layout design, derived components, and skeleton models. Creating Positional Representations to review motion, evaluate the position of assembly components, or document an assembly in a drawing. Using Shrinkwrap and other model simplification tools to create a part model that represents an overall assembly. Creating Level of Detail Representations to reduce the clutter of large assemblies, reduce retrieval times, and substituting models. Using the Design Accelerator to easily insert standard and customizable components and features into your model. Creating rendered realistic images and animations of parts and assemblies using Autodesk Inventor Studio and the Video Producer. Using iMates and iAssemblies to work efficiently with assemblies. Using the Frame Generator to create structural members. Using pattern, mirror, and copy techniques to duplicate components in an assembly. Working with weldments. Link and drive parameters to and from a spreadsheet. You also learn to custom format and create expressions in a parameter. Prerequisites The class assumes mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling. Autodesk Inventor Advanced Part Modeling knowledge is recommended. The use of Microsoft Excel is required for this training course.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Ilogic

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Editor: Ascent, Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN: 9781946571281
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The Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018 iLogic student guide teaches students to use the iLogic functionality that exists in the Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018 software. In this practice-intensive curriculum, students acquire the knowledge needed to use iLogic to automate Autodesk Inventor designs. In this student guide, students learn how iLogic functionality furthers the use of parameters in a model by adding an additional layer of intelligence. By setting criteria in the form of established rules they learn how to capture design intent, enabling them to automate the design workflow to meet various design scenarios in part, assembly, and drawing files. Topics Covered iLogic functionality overview. iLogic workflow overview. Review of model and user-defined parameters, and equations and their importance in iLogic. Understanding the iLogic interface components (iLogic Panel, Edit Rule dialog box, and iLogic Browser). Rule creation workflow for Autodesk Inventor parts and assemblies. Using variations of conditional statements in an iLogic rule. Accessing and incorporating the various function types into an iLogic part, assembly, or drawing file rule. Event Triggers and iTriggers. Creating Forms to create a custom user interface for an iLogic rule. Prerequisites The class assumes a mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling. The Autodesk Inventor Advanced Part and Assembly Modeling student guides are also highly recommended. No programming knowledge is required to use the basic iLogic functions; however, programming experience can be an asset when using the advanced functions.

Autodesk Inventor 2015 A Tutorial Introduction

Author: L. Scott Hansen
Editor: SDC Publications
ISBN: 1585038776
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This unique text presents a thorough introduction to Autodesk Inventor for anyone with little or no prior experience with CAD software. It can be used in virtually any setting from four year engineering schools to on-the-job use or self-study. Unlike other books of its kind, it begins at a very basic level and ends at a very advanced level. It’s perfect for anyone interested in learning Autodesk Inventor quickly and effectively using a “learning by doing” approach. The philosophy behind this book is that learning computer aided design programs is best accomplished by emphasizing the application of the tools. Students also seem to learn more quickly and retain information and skills better if they are actually creating something with the software program. The driving force behind this book is “learning by doing.” The instructional format of this book centers on making sure that students learn by doing and that students can learn from this book on their own. In fact, this is one thing that differentiates this book from others: the emphasis on being able to use the book for self-study. The presentation of Autodesk Inventor is structured so that no previous knowledge of any CAD program is required. This book uses the philosophy that Inventor is mastered best by concentrating on applying the program to create different types of solid models, starting simply and then using the power of the program to progressively create more complex solid models. The Drawing Activities at the end of each chapter are more complex iterations of the part developed by each chapter’s objectives. CAD programs are highly visual, there are graphical illustrations showing how to use the program. This reinforces the “learn by doing” philosophy since a student can see exactly what the program shows, and then step through progressive commands to implement the required operations. Rather than using a verbal description of the command, a screen capture of each command is replicated.

Autocad Electrical 2018 Fundamentals With Nfpa Standards

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ISBN: 9781946571366
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The AutoCAD(R) Electrical 2018: Fundamentals with NFPA Standards learning guide covers the indispensable core topics for working with the AutoCAD(R) Electrical software. In this learning guide, you will learn how to use many of the powerful electrical drawing creation tools in the AutoCAD Electrical software. You will create schematic drawings (ladder logic and point to point), panel drawings, and PLC-I/O circuits using automated commands for symbol insertion, component tagging, wire numbering, and drawing modification. In addition, you are introduced to methods of customizing AutoCAD Electrical symbols, circuits, and databases. Other topics covered include titleblock linking, reporting tools, templates, and project files. Topics Covered Understanding project files Creating and editing schematic and panel drawings Working with PLC symbols Creating custom symbols Generating reports Prerequisites Before taking this course, students need to have a good working knowledge of the AutoCAD(R) software and electrical terminology.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Tube And Pipe Design

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Editor: Ascent, Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN: 9781946571298
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The Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018: Tube and Pipe Design student guide instructs students on the use of the Inventor Tube and Pipe environment. Through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum, students acquire the knowledge needed to design routed elements, including tubing, piping, and flexible hose. With specific tools to incorporate tube and pipe runs into digital prototypes, the Inventor Tube and Pipe environment provides rules-based routing tools that select the correct fittings and helps the pipe run to comply with your standards for segment length, round-off increments, and bend radius, that the student will learn to maximize. Topics Covered Describe the tube and pipe environment and why you would use it. Set up routes and runs and place the initial fittings in your tube and pipe design. Create, edit, and manage routes for rigid pipe, rigid tube, and flexible hose designs. Manage content libraries, publish custom content to content libraries, and create new styles that use custom content. Document tube and pipe designs through the creation of 2D drawings and parts lists and export the 3D design data. Prerequisites This student guide is designed for experienced users of the Autodesk Inventor software. The following is recommended: Students should have completed the Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) 2018: Introduction to Solid Modeling student guide, or have an equivalent understanding of the Autodesk Inventor 2018 user interface and working environments. Knowledge of part modeling, assembly modeling, and drawing view creation and annotation, is recommended.

Autodesk Vault Workgroup 2017 R1 Essentials

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ISBN: 9781943184668
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The " Autodesk(r) Vault Workgroup 2017 (R1) Essentials " student guide expands the Autodesk(r) Vault Basic functionality to working with document lifecycles and providing knowledge of advanced data organization. This student guide is intended for users and CAD administrators with Autodesk Vault Basic knowledge desiring to expand their skills to accommodate additional engineering workflows and data organization. This student guide focuses on the features of Autodesk Vault Workgroup. Hands-on exercises are included to reinforce lifecycle and revision management. Students are taught how to manage lifecycles, properties, categories, and revisions. Topics Covered Introduction to Autodesk Vault Workgroup Lifecycle States Revision Management Working with Categories Managing Properties Automatic File Naming Creating Reports Copy Design Job Server Vault Revision Table Administration Prerequisites Students should have a good working knowledge of Autodesk CAD programs and have working knowledge of Autodesk Vault Basic features.

Humanizing Digital Reality

Author: Klaas De Rycke
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811066116
Size: 12,62 MB
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This book aims at finding some answers to the questions: What is the influence of humans in controlling CAD and how much is human in control of its surroundings? How far does our reach as humans really go? Do the complex algorithms that we use for city planning nowadays live up to their expectations and do they offer enough quality? How much data do we have and can we control? Are today’s inventions reversing the humanly controlled algorithms into a space where humans are controlled by the algorithms? Are processing power, robots for the digital environment and construction in particular not only there to rediscover what we already knew and know or do they really bring us further into the fields of constructing and architecture? The chapter authors were invited speakers at the 6th Symposium "Design Modelling Symposium: Humanizing Digital Reality", which took place in Ensa-Versailles, France from 16 - 20 September 2017.

Autocad Mechanical 2018 Essentials

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ISBN: 9781946571380
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The AutoCAD(R) Mechanical 2018 Essentials learning guide teaches students about the indispensable core topics required to use the AutoCAD(R) Mechanical software. Through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum, students acquire the knowledge needed to accelerate the mechanical design process. With specific tools for creating and manipulating geometry, automatically acquiring bills of materials, generating mechanical components, and performing design calculations, the AutoCAD Mechanical software offers significant productivity gains that the student learns to maximize. Topics Covered Identify the main interface elements, their setup and what Help information is available, and to create and use drawing template files. Describe the object property management system in which layers are configured and the tools for manipulating layers. Describe the workflows for organizing drawing geometry and create a Mechanical structure in a drawing by creating components, component views, and folders. Describe the core mechanical design tools of rectangle, hatch, fillet, chamfer, holes, slots, and threads and how to use them to create and modify geometry in your drawings. Modify and edit drawing objects by creating multiple offset copies, scaling them with separate values for the X and Y direction, or using a power command. Insert industry standard parts into your assembly designs. Create production-ready drawings in model space and layouts of structured and non-structured geometry and insert title blocks and borders. Notate a drawing through the creation and editing of dimensions, hole charts, fits lists, and mechanical symbols. Explain how to create and edit a bill of materials, parts list, and balloons. Describe the tools that you can use to verify whether or not the standard parts or custom parts within your design meet or exceed the requirements for operational use. Exchange data between CAD systems in the form of Mechanical DWG(TM) and IGES files and create Mechanical drawings using Inventor Link. Create a custom drafting standard and drawing template that includes the configuration settings for layers, object properties, symbols, text, BOMs, parts list, balloons, and other annotation tools. Prerequisites This learning guide is designed for users that are new to the AutoCAD(R) Mechanical 2018 software. A basic understanding of mechanical drafting or design. A working knowledge of the AutoCAD(R) software. A working knowledge of the Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 7 operating system.

Autocad Electrical 2018 Black Book

Author: Gaurav Verma
Editor: Cadcamcae Works
ISBN: 9781988722085
Size: 14,63 MB
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The book starts with basics of Electrical Designing, goes through all the Electrical controls related tools and ends up with practical examples of electrical schematic and panel designing. Chapter on Reports makes you comfortable in creating and editing electrical component reports.