InfiniteSkills Release Learning Autodesk Inventor 2013 Tutorials

Software design firm InfiniteSkills Inc. this week released its "Learning Autodesk Inventor 2013 Video Tutorial," an introductory course designed to establish a foundation for professional mechanical design using Autodesk's mechanical solid modeling program.

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D mechanical solid modeling design software application used to create 3D digital prototypes in mechanical design. Inventor's Digital Prototyping capability enables users to produce accurate 3D models for the design, visualization, and simulation of mechanical products.

InfiniteSkills' Learning Autodesk Inventor 2013 Training Video - DVD teaches all the important skills, tools, and concepts new users need to begin using the program in a matter of hours.

Course author Andrew Warren is a designer and software consultant specializing in training and implementation for CAD and data management software. He has more than 15 years' experience with Autodesk products, having worked with several industrial applications of digital mechanical design, including retail store fixtures and environmental engineering. He holds professional certifications in both AutoCAD and Inventor.

"From the beginning, Autodesk Inventor was designed to be very intuitive," Warren says, "but now it is also one of the most powerful parametric modelers on the market."

In Learning Autodesk Inventor 2013 Training Video, Warren's industry and training experience combine to create a powerful and efficient introduction to mechanical modeling with Inventor. Using the included work files, students learn by actually performing essential tasks hands-on, unlocking the Inventor's capability for enhancing their own design projects under Warren's guidance.

After beginning in a basic introduction to Inventor's work environment and user interface, Warren goes into the basic techniques for sketching in Inventor, teaching how to create 2D drawings using geometric shapes and patterns. Warren then moves into more complex design components, covering essential topics like the details of shape design, working with design components, and how to interact with and manage assemblies.

Other key chapters include instructions on how to annotate drawings using dimensions, sheets, borders, and title blocks.

"The course is designed to ensure that all students, whatever their prior level of experience, will come out with the basic skills necessary for professional design in Inventor," Warren says.

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