Autodesk Inventor® 2020
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Autodesk Inventor® 2020:
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"I'm coming from an AutoCAD 3D solids modeling background, so parametric modeling was conceptually difficult at first. But within the first five lessons I felt comfortable. I probably won't be productive with parametric modeling until I actually design parts of my own design, but the course content has prepared me well to tackle a design. I'm sure I will need to use the Search feature (Memory Jogger in the Lesson Player) to review lessons as needed when doing my own designs. I have used Search to see if I can find stuff that I've learned, and for the most part I could. I can't think of anything negative about the course - it was a good learning experience."

Bob is one of countless customers who love our training, and we’re glad to have helped so many. At the end of each course we ask our customers to write a review. It’s completely voluntary. Here is what they wrote.

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Autodesk Inventor® 2020:
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Autodesk Inventor®
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Professional Autodesk Inventor 2020 training on your computer, tablet or phone. Watch and Learn how professionals use Inventor in the shortest time possible. It’s simple. Just watch and learn.

Course bundles and standard courses install on your computer and never expires. To watch courses on your tablet or phone subscribe to our Online Training for Autodesk Inventor.

In just a short time you will be creating bullet proof models and assemblies. You’ll learn best practices, tips, and tricks, and it will take less time than you might think.

If you’re a beginners to Autodesk Inventor you will excel. If you’re an advanced user you’ll unlearn bad habits and learn productive ways of using the software.

You will learn by taking one step at a time progressively building your skills until you reach an extremely advanced level. Each step of the way you will have a firm understanding of foundation concepts used in the next step. This will help you build your skills to a professional level.

  • This Autodesk Inventor 2020 training course is the most thorough teaching tool on the market.
  • It’s easy to use.
  • It’s the fastest way to learn everything you need to know!

Description of Courses

Our Autodesk Inventor 2020 training courses are an accumulation of years of hard work. We’ve been making Autodesk Inventor courses since version 4 in 2003. So we know what it takes to show you the best way to use the software.

We owe our success to our customers. Customer Reviews have told us what we’re doing wrong, and what we’re doing right, and we have responded. Each year our courses have improved.

This year’s training for Autodesk Inventor 2020 is no exception. It’s better than last years training, and in part we owe this to our customers. So from our training family here at TEDCF Publishing,  Thank You.

Now let’s talk about our courses.

The Solid Modeling course starts you off with the basics and progressively builds your skills to a level that surpasses most users. It sets the foundation for using sound practices while you construct single part models. Advanced Autodesk Inventor users should watch this course because it teaches sound practices that go beyond the skills of most users. Many of our customers have said they thought they knew how to use Inventor before taking this course. They also said they didn’t know how wrong they were. This course will teach you sound practices that are the foundation for skill taught in subsequent courses.

The next course in the series is Assemblies and Advanced Concepts. This course shows the differences between Top Down, Middle Out, and Bottom Up assembly modeling. You practice using each method while exploring hybrid methods of developing assembly models. You’ll also learn advanced methods of creating single part models, and how to leverage the models you’ve created to create new ones.

Once you’ve created you’re models you’ll need to make mechanical drawings. The 2D Drafting and Customization course will help you excel with this task. It shows you how to setup your drawing templates to streamline your work. You’ll learn the details of Model Based Definition (MBD) and everything you need to make professional mechanical drawings. It also shows you how to customize Inventor to simplify your work and be as accurate and consistent as possible.

The next course kicks your skills up another notch by showing you advanced solid body modeling concepts and other advanced Autodesk Inventor tools like the Frame Generator. So the Sheet Metal Design course is more than just a course on sheet metal. That said, it shows you how to setup sheet metal rules, how to use bend tables, how to apply K-Factors and Bend Allowances, and everything you need to streamline your work. It even comes with a K-Factor calculator.

While you might not work with Autodesk Inventor’s Tube and Pipe module the Tube & Pipe Routed Systems course is a must see. Many of Autodesk Inventor’s modules work the same way. So learning how the Tube and Pipe module works will give you strong insight into how other modules work. This course covers the details of how the Tube and Pipe module works and how to leverage it to get the results you want.

Once you’ve mastered the skills in the first 5 courses you might want to show others the work you can do. One way to do this is to use Inventor Studio. The Inventor Studio Made Simple course shows you how to render images and animations of your parts and assemblies. You will create videos of your assemblies in action, which can be a helpful marketing tool, or it can be used to help assembly workers understand how your assemblies are assembled. The Inventor Studio course shows you how to produce professionally looking images and videos of your work.

Did you know you Autodesk Inventor can create assemblies and drawings with a single click of a button? The iLogic Made Simple course shows you how it’s done. It uses the same step-by-step approach to show you how to make iLogic programs. Not a programmer? It doesn’t matter. This course shows you how simple it really is. It breaks the process down into simple to understand steps that programmers and non-programmers will understand, and it takes your skills to an advanced level.

Have you ever thought you’d like to use Autodesk Inventor’s Finite Element Analysis (FEA) module but you don’t want to deal with all the heavy math? The FEA Made Simple course is your solution. It shows you how to use FEA and check your work with simple math. You’ll learn simple and fundamental concepts that leverage into an advanced understanding of FEA. You’ll practice applying FEA and interpreting the quality of the results. You’ll also learn tips and tricks that will improve the quality of your results. If you can divide and multiply you can learn how to use FEA.

Autodesk Inventor’s Dynamic Simulation module is a powerful tool. It can be used to demonstrate the functionality of your assemblies. You can apply gravity, forces, and torques to simulate a real world application of your product, and it’s not hard to learn. That is, it’s not hard to learn if you watch the Dynamic Simulation Made Simple course. This course shows the steps you need to take to create functional simulations of your assemblies. You’ll learn tricks for setting up your assemblies before creating simulations, and you’ll practice using all the commands.

What’s included in our courses? Each Autodesk Inventor 2020 training course includes part and assembly files as well as Excel files. You’ll create countless part and assembly files yourself, but once you get to an advanced level we speed your learning curve by providing files you already know how to create. This allows us to take you directly to the advanced concepts we’re teaching. So you can rest assured you’ll have everything you need to master the software.

Pass the Autodesk Inventor Professional Exam

After practicing the tasks in the Ultimate Bundle you will have no problem passing the Autodesk Inventor Professional Exam.

How is this possible? We don’t teach you how to pass the exam. We teach you the details of how to use Inventor. You will not only know how to use the commands, you’ll know how they work and how to use them in a professional environment. So taking and passing the test will be easy.

The true test is how you perform at work. This is the focal point of our training.

Your Instructor

David Melvin, PE, is a world renowned Autodesk Authorized Author, Autodesk University Speaker, and expert in the field of 3D Computer Aided Design.  Using over 25 years of hands-on engineering and consulting experience, David has taught engineers, draftsmen, college professors, and students all over the world effective use of 3D CAD.

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723 Video Training Lessons - 62.5 hours - 9 courses

Each Autodesk Inventor 2020 training course is designed to progressively build your skills. The fastest way to learn is to watch the lessons in the order they are presented.

Visit the links below to learn more about our courses.

Solid Modeling
Assemblies and Advanced Concepts
2D Drafting and Customization
Sheet Metal Design
Tube and Pipe Routed Systems
Inventor Studio
iLogic Made Simple
FEA Made Simple
Dynamic Simulation Made Simple