This course covers the fundamental principles of sheet metal design using Autodesk Inventor.
Students learn how to create and manage sheet metal designs. The course focuses on basic sheet metal concepts and techniques, and builds on them to include complex modeling practices for forming sheet metal parts, assemblies, and drawings. Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industry-specific design scenarios are included.
Users should have completed a Learning Autodesk Inventor course and have a working knowledge of the following:
- The Autodesk Inventor user interface and working environments
- Parametric solid modeling concepts and mechanical engineering or design principles
- Microsoft Windows
A very enjoyable course taught by a very knowledgeable instructor.
A very enjoyable course taught by a very knowledgeable instructor. Learned a lot and the course was delivered at a good pace for our group.
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I thought that I would take some time out to drop you a brief line and to thank you for sending such an excellent trainer. I found your trainer to be very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and above all, an extremely calm and patient person.
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The primary objective of this course is to teach delegates the skills needed to create and document sheet metal parts
Note: We normally train on the latest version.
During the course delegates will cover:
Sheet Metal Overview
- Introduction to Sheet Metal
- Sheet Metal Design Methods
- Sheet Metal Rules
The Sheet Metal Environment
- Contour Flanges
Sheet Metal Operations
- Sheet Metal Punching
- Corner Seams
- Creating Holes
- Creating Corner Rounds and Corner Chamfers
- Work Features
- Pattern Features
- Mirror Features
- Lofted Flanges, Rips, and Contour Roll Features
Sheet Metal Design Techniques
- Sheet Metal Design Approaches
- Using Skeletal Models
- Using Legacy DXF™ and DWG™ Flat Layout Geometry
- Using Legacy 3D Geometry
- Complex Sheet Metal Creation Techniques
- Punch Library Setup
Using Flat Patterns
- Flat Pattern Creation and Cleanup
- DXF and DWG Export
Documenting Sheet Metal Designs
- Creating Sheet Metal Drawings
- Sheet Metal Documentation
- Bend and Punch Tables
- Cosmetic Centerlines and Bend Order
Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design Training Course pdf