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Chapter 1 • Getting Started
Chapter 2 • A Hands-on Test-Drive of the Workflow
Chapter 3 • Sketch Techniques
Chapter 4 • Basic Modeling Techniques
Chapter 5 • Advanced Modeling Techniques
Chapter 6 • Sheet Metal
Chapter 7 • Reusing Parts and Features
Chapter 8 • Assembly Design Workflows
Chapter 9 • Large Assembly Strategies
Chapter 10 • Weldment Design
Chapter 11 • Presentations and Exploded Views
Chapter 12 • Documentation
Chapter 13 • Tools Overview.
Chapter 14 • Exchanging Data with Other Systems
Chapter 15 • Frame Generator
Chapter 16 • Inventor Studio
Chapter 17 • Stress Analysis and Dynamic Simulation
Chapter 18 • Routed Systems
Chapter 19 • Plastics Design Features
Chapter 20 • iLogic
Appendix A • The Bottom Line
Appendix B • Autodesk Inventor 2015 Certifi cation
Who Should Read Th is Book
This book is written with a wide range of Autodesk Inventor users in mind, varying from beginner to advanced users and Autodesk Inventor instructors:
◆ Beginner Autodesk Inventor users who are making the move from traditional 2D CAD design to Autodesk Inventor 2015. These readers might have experience with AutoCAD and will possess an understanding of basic design and engineering concepts as well as a desire to improve their skill set and stay competitive in the marketplace.
◆ Intermediate Autodesk Inventor users who are self-taught or have gone through formal Autodesk Inventor training during their company’s initial implementation of Autodesk Inventor and who are looking for more information on a specifi c module within Autodesk Inventor. This book also targets users looking for a desktop reference to turn to when they come upon an area of Autodesk Inventor they do not encounter on a day-to-day basis.
◆ Advanced Autodesk Inventor users who have mastered the Autodesk Inventor tools used over and over daily but want to conquer the parts of the program they do not utilize during
their normal design tasks. This book also targets advanced users who want to add to their skill set to move up the ranks within their current company or want to expand their knowledge in pursuit of a new position with another employer.
◆ Autodesk Inventor users of any skill and experience level who are preparing for the Autodesk Inventor Associate or Professional exam.
◆ CAD and engineering instructors looking for a text to use in instructor-led classroom training.
Attempting to learn all the tools in Autodesk Inventor can be an intimidating experience because of the wide range of task-specifi c modules available. It is the goal of this book to separate these modules into easy-to-tackle chapters relating to real-world situations for which the tools were designed while also including chapters on general Autodesk Inventor tools, techniques, and design principles.
What You Will Learn:
The following pages will explain the Autodesk Inventor settings while teaching you how each tool functions. Just as importantly, though, these pages are fi lled with the tips and techniques learned by the experts who spent years using, researching, and discussing the tools in Autodesk Inventor. You should come away from reading this book with a solid understanding of the capabilities of Autodesk Inventor and a strong idea of how to tackle your design challenges in the future, as well as an abundance of time-saving tips and tricks.
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