Autodesk Inventor® 2014
Sheet Metal Design

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More than just sheet metal!

Autodesk Inventor 2014: Sheet Metal Design expands your modeling skills for both sheet metal and standard parts. You’ll learn how to use all the sheet metal commands, how to assure your models unfold, and how to create custom punches. You’ll also use the Frame Generator to create structures housed in sheet metal. It covers everything you’ll need to create professional sheet metal parts.

One of the critical aspects that will help you succeed is your ability to create realistic sheet metal styles. Styles control all sheet metal operations. So you need to get this right. Fortunately this course shows you the details of how styles work and how to set them up.

All the sheet metal commands are covered with real world considerations. For example corner reliefs, and seams can require customization for your operation. This course shows you how to customize every setting. You’ll know that the folded models your create will produce unfolded flat patterns that match your operation. It just takes the knowledge you’ll gain from this course and the knowledge you have about your operation. It also comes with a K-Factor calculator to help you quickly adjust your models and styles to match your operation with the least number of iterations.

The Sheet Metal Design course is packed with tips and tricks that will help you create professional sheet metal parts.

80 Lessons (Listed Below)
9.1 Hours

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Sheet Metal Design
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Inventor 2014: Sheet Metal Design

Introduction
The Sheet Metal Environment
Styles and Templates
K-Factors
Creating Bend Tables
The Flange Command
Bend Reliefs and Remnants
Bend and Sheet Metal Styles
Unfold Methods
Corner Seams
Corner Seam Reliefs
Bend Transitions and Flat Patterns
Custom Sheet Metal Templates
The Contour Flange Command
Looped Contour Flanges
Shells and Ripped Seams
Editing Flat Patterns
Using the Hem Command
Multiple Plates in Assemblies I
Multiple Plates in Assemblies II
Extended Surfaces
Using the Punch Tool
Custom Punches
Flat Pattern Punch Representations
Custom Extruded Louver Punch
Dangling Geometry in Punches
Custom Extruded Dimple Punch I
Custom Extruded Dimple Punch II
Custom Revolved Dimple Punch
Sheet Metal Commands and Punches
Surfaces
G2 Fillets
Tabs
Double Bends and Bend Allowances
Applying Bend Allowances
Knockouts

Flat Patterns on Drawings
Custom Sweep Punches
Complex Shapes
Sheet Metal Cone
Contour Roll Unrolling Unfolding
Press Break Lofted Flanges
Square to Round Transitions
Adding Flanges to Lofted Flanges
Editing with Unfold and Refold
Lofted and Rolled Part Strategies
Formed Punches and Features
Custom Structural Shapes I
Custom Structural Shapes II
Publishing Multiple Shapes
Frame Skeletons
Generating Custom Shape Frames I
Generating Custom Shape Frames II
Generating Custom Shape Frames III
Generating Custom Shape Frames IV
Trimming Members
Model Frame Skeletons
More Frame Generator Concepts
Editing Frames
Preparations and Welds
Fillet and Post Weld Operations
Multi-Body Sheet Metal Modeling
Features on Multi-Body Sheets
Multi-Body Sheet Metal Bends
More Multi-Body Practice
Multi-Body Sheet Metal Assembly
Modifying Multi-Body Components
Finalizing the Design
Convert to Sheet Metal Parts
Sheet Metal Drawings
Export Flat Pattern to DXF
Custom Exported Layers
Details of Exported DXF Files
Converting Down Bends to Up Bends
Edit Flat Pattern Definition
Bend Callouts and Tables
Bend Order
Flat Pattern Extents
Compare Drawing to DXF
Conclusion