Electro-Mechanical Integration – AutoCAD Electrical / Autodesk Inventor Training Course

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This course is aimed at electrical and mechanical engineers.

 

Objectives

The training course is intended to give an overview of the procedures required to have an electrical and mechanical interface between AutoCAD Electrical & Autodesk Inventor. The course is intended for electrical engineers who have attended a foundation course on AutoCAD Electrical and mechanical engineers who have attended an Inventor foundation course as well as a cable & harness course for Inventor.

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Learnt a lot of new tricks and skills in a programme I thought I knew.

Really learnt a lot of new tricks and skills in a programme I thought I knew. Friendly and great information. Really useful tips and will be telling all to come and learn

Jonathan MacDonald - Heyne Tillett Steel

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Brilliant course for beginners

Brilliant course for beginners. The Trainer was excellent and very patient. Highly recommended. Will be back for a second course.

Daniel McQuaid - Taylor Maxwell

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Note: We normally train on the latest version.

During the course delegates will cover:

Introduction to the course
Create part of a schematic within AutoCAD Electrical
      • Defining the wire types within AutoCAD Electrical
      • Draw part of a circuit
      • Assigning part information
      • Draw wires & wire number
Parts Database
    • Component pin connections & their relevance
    • Associating a 3D *.IPT OR *.IAM File to a part
Electromechanical Linking
    • Creating an electromechanical link in AutoCAD Electrical
    • Creating an electromechanical link in Inventor
    • Linking Inventor with an existing EMX file created in AutoCAD Electrical
    • Linking AutoCAD Electrical with an existing EMX file created in Inventor
    • Re-establish a Broken Link Between AutoCAD Electrical & Inventor
    • Location View Tab in AutoCAD Electrical
      • Understanding the tree; the buttons & status icons
Electromechanical Linking (continued):
    • Location View Tab in Inventor
      • Understanding the tree; the buttons & status icons
    • Manually Synchronising Inventor & AutoCAD Electrical Data
    • Setting Up a Synchronisation Schedule
    • Surfing from the Locations View tab
    • Inserting a linked Inventor part from an existing AutoCAD Electrical component 
    • Inserting a linked AutoCAD Electrical component from an existing Inventor part
    • Linking an existing Inventor part to an existing AutoCAD Electrical component
    • Unlinking an AutoCAD Electrical Component from an Inventor part
Harness Creation
    • Defining the wire types within Inventor
    • Creation of a harness
    • Understanding the harness settings
    • Creating harness segments
    • Creating connections
      • Automatic routing
    • Wire/cable connections list
Making a 3D part electrically intelligent
    • Defining the pin connections of an existing 3D part
    • Defining the mating surfaces of an existing 3D part

     Electro-Mechanical Integration – AutoCAD Electrical / Autodesk Inventor Training Course pdf

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