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The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Ultimate Bundle includes all the courses in the Productivity Bundle plus FEA Made Simple and Dynamic Simulation Made Simple. Easily calculate the stress in models and learn how to simulate real world functionality of your products.
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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.
Our Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021 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 2020-2021 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.
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Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Solid Modeling
This course starts you off with the basics and progressively builds your skills to an extreme level. So Advanced Autodesk Inventor users should watch this course because it teaches sound practices that go beyond the skills of most users. This course will give you a strong foundation for skill taught in subsequent courses.
Beginner and 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.
Most Autodesk Inventor users realize successful 3D modeling requires a deeper understanding of the software. How do we know this? Our customers have told us. Many of them have said they didn't know how much they didn't know. So if you're a beginner or advanced user, this is the perfect course to learn how to tap the power of Inventor.
You will learn sound practices, tips, and tricks that will streamline your work and assure your models are editable. We like to call this, “making your models bulletproof.” Believe it or not you do not need to scrap your work because your model has become too difficult to edit. With sound procedures your models will always be editable, and there's no need to scrap your work.
Beginner and advanced Autodesk Inventor users will benefit from this course. It starts with the basics and progressively builds your skills to and extremely advanced level. Beginners will learn sound procedures and advanced users will unlearn bad habits. Once you finish the course you will know how to make your models bulletproof.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Solid Modeling course is the first in a 9 course series designed to increase your productivity and streamline your work. Beginner and advanced users should start with this course because it sets the foundation for sound practices used in subsequent courses.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Assemblies and Advanced Concepts
This course teaches advanced concepts like Top Down, Middle Out, and Bottom Up assembly modeling. You'll practice using each method while exploring hybrid methods of developing assembly models. You also learn advanced methods of creating single part models, and how to leverage your models to create new ones.
It shows you the differences between Top Down, Middle Out, and Bottom Up assembly modeling. You'll practice using each method while exploring hybrid methods of developing assembly models. You'll also learn advanced methods of creating single part models, and you'll learn how to leverage the models you've created to create new ones.
It's also packed with advanced tips and tricks that most users don't even know about. For example, you may find iFeatures difficult to use, but they are just one of Autodesk Inventor's powerful tools that are actually easy to master. You just need to know a few simple tricks and your iFeatures will make your workflow much faster.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Assemblies and Advanced Concepts course covers much more than just iFeatures. Look through the list of lessons at the bottom of this page and you'll see there are too many to list here. Each tool and command is described in detail. You'll learn what to do, and what not to do. Ultimately you will leverage your skills to quickly and easily create bulletproof models and assemblies while streamlining your work.
We also make it easy for you to learn. Each step is described in detail. So you won't miss anything. While we show you step-by-step how it's done we also show you common mistakes to avoid. So when you finish this course you'll be on the right path.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: 2D Drafting and Customization
Once you've created you're models you'll need to make mechanical drawings. This course will help you excel with this task. It shows you how to setup your drawing templates 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.
Whether you work with 2D drawings or 3D Model Based Definition (MBD) this course will help you excel with either task. The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: 2D Drafting and Customization course covers both 2D drafting and MBD. You'll learn how to setup drawing templates, custom borders and title blocks that automatically fill in your information.
The course is also packed with tips and tricks that show you the best ways of working with part lists, hole tables, BOM's, Material Libraries, Appearance Libraries, and the list goes on. You will also learn how to customize each topic to meet your needs. Read through the list of lessons below to learn more.
If you're used to working with AutoCAD you'll be surprised to learn you can create AutoCAD drawings faster with Inventor. That's right. Autodesk Inventor can create AutoCAD drawings faster than drafting with AutoCAD. This course shows you how it's done.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Sheet Metal Design
The next course in the series 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 Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Sheet Metal Design course teaches more than just sheet metal. It also shows you how to use sheet metal rules, bend tables, K-Factors and Bend Allowances. You will learn everything you need to streamline your work. It even comes with a K-Factor calculator.
The most common problem people have with Autodesk Inventor's sheet metal module is unfolding parts. You build the model, and it just won't unfold. This course shows you how to construct your sheet metal models so they unfold every time. In fact, you'll learn the details about why models won't unfold when poor practice is applied to the construction of sheet metal models.
This course also comes with a K-Factor Calculator. It calculates everything you need to setup your sheet metal templates and rules. For example, you can measure physical prototypes. Use the calculator to calculate the K-Factor, and then input the K-Factor into your sheet metal rules. It's simple to use, and this course shows you how it's done.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Tube and Pipe Routed Systems
While you might not work with Autodesk Inventor's Tube and Pipe module, this course is another course anyone using Inventor should watch. 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.
You might have tried to use the Tube and Pipe module and found it difficult to use. It is one of the hardest modules to master, but it's easy once you know the tips and tricks presented in this course. Learn a few tricks and procedures and you're well on your way to creating tube and pipe routes and runs.
You'll learn how to create Tube and Pipe styles, how to publish custom iPart families to the Content Center, and how to automatically populate routes with custom parts you create as well as standard Content Center parts.
Another problem people typically have with this module is creating stable and editable assemblies. You create a run and the next thing you know everything has moved or disappeared altogether. This won't be a problem after watching this course. You'll be able to easily edit your assemblies and they will be stable. It's not hard work, just smart work.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Inventor Studio Made Simple
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. Inventor Studio allows you to render images and animations of your parts and assemblies. You can use it to create videos of your assemblies in action, which can be a helpful marketing tool, or it can be used to help others understand how your assemblies are assembled.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Inventor Studio video training course shows you how to produce professionally looking images and videos of your work. You will learn how to setup lighting scenes, create camera views, and the details about rendering images and automated videos.
Need to make a fly through video of your assemblies? This course shows you how it's done. You'll also create custom IBL environments and many other tips and tricks that will help you create professional looking images and videos.
As with all our courses, each step is cover in detail. Even complicated tasks like animating cameras and creating camera and target paths will be a breeze because you see all the steps and get a clear description of how the commands work.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: iLogic Made Simple
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 extremely advanced level.
How can you learn Autodesk Inventor's iLogic programming when you're not a programmer? If you can make a shopping list and then use it to buy the things you need you are essentially a programmer. iLogic programs are simply the steps you take to draw a sketch or save a file. You list them is a specific way, and Autodesk Inventor takes care of the rest.
Is this course just for beginners? Put simply, No. The course clearly describes how to use Autodesk Inventor's iLogic module. It breaks the process down into simple to understand steps, and it progressively builds your skills to an extremely advanced level. Both beginners and advanced programmers can reach this level of understanding iLogic.
So how advanced does this course go? By the time you finish the course you will have created iLogic programming that creates a customized assembly with customized components and the 2D drawings for the assembly and each component with one click of a button. Your new files will automatically be saved and they will be documented in an Excel spreadsheet. If you happen to define a component you've defined in past assemblies, the old component will be used in the new assembly. So your Autodesk Inventor iLogic programs will track inventory and use existing parts in new assemblies. But this course takes you even further than this.
While you learn to use iLogic you'll also get helpful tips about how to branch off from the workflow shown in the course to create your own workflows. This is critical in iLogic programming because its use is endless. You need to be able to create iLogic programs for the tasks you want to automate. So this course is designed to show you how to work autonomously with Inventor's iLogic module.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: FEA Made Simple
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.
For the mathematical genius, we've got you covered as well. You can compare your difficult calculations to the simple calculations performed in this course. You'll see that the simple calculations are just as close to Autodesk Inventor FEA Simulation Results as complex calculations. David Melvin, PE breaks the process into simple to understand steps that even the mathematically inclined will appreciate.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: FEA Made Simple course also explains the fundamentals of stress analysis and how FEA works. You will learn about all the stresses, strain, and deflection, and you'll learn how each is applied.
An important aspect of the course is it shows you how to improve the accuracy of FEA analysis. Inventor FEA has different types of elements that can be applied to your studies, and which one you use makes a difference in the accuracy of the report. So the course explains how each element is different and why you would use one over the other in a particular study. You'll also learn how to change the density of elements to examine common problems like notch sensitivity or to speed the analysis process.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: FEA Made Simple course is a must see. Both beginner and advanced Inventor FEA users will benefit from watching this course.
Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Dynamic Simulation
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 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.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Dynamic Simulation course starts you off with simple assemblies. You'll study the details of each command and setting and you'll learn when and where to use them. Once you have a thorough understanding of the commands and how they work you'll simulate a trebuchet throwing a ball.
A trebuchet winding up to throw the ball and the ball flying through the air is a complex analysis. Rest assured, you will know about all the settings and commands used in the analysis and why they're used. For example, if you think of the ball bouncing on the pavement, that in itself is a complex analysis. But this course makes it simple. It comes with a Bounce Calculator.
The Bounce Calculator is an Excel spreadsheet that calculates everything you'll need to input quality information into your simulations. How high will the ball bounce? You'll know. How long will it bounce? You'll know that too.
The Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021: Dynamic Simulation course shows you everything you need to make professional simulations.
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.
David Melvin, PE, is a world renowned Autodesk Authorized Author, Autodesk University Speaker, SOLIDWORKS Solution Partner and an 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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Each Autodesk Inventor 2020-2021 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 Cconcepts 2D Drafting and Customization Sheet Metal Design Tube and Pipe Routed Systems Inventor Studio Made Simple iLogic Made Simple FEA Made Simple Dynamic Simulation Made Simple