Inventor® 2017 Advanced Part Modeling (3day)

Sep 25 2017 - 08:00 - Fredericton

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What Autodesk® Inventor® Advanced Part Modeling is all about! The goal of the Inventor Advanced Part Modeling class is to build on the  users acquired skills from the Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling.  Advanced part modeling techniques covered include multi-body design, advanced  lofts, advanced sweeps, coils, and surface modeling. Additional efficiency  technics also included are: iFeatures for  frequently needed design elements, iParts for  similar designs, iLogic for automating designs,  translation options for the import of “other” data/formats, and the Engineer’s  Notebook for communication. The class also covers miscellaneous drawing tools  such as: sketches symbols, title blocks and borders, and documenting iParts.Class numbers are small (maximum 8 students)  meaning that you have ample opportunity to discuss your specific requirements  with the Instructor and work out any problems you are having.


What you need to know before. This course is designed for the Microsoft Windows user who possesses working  knowledge of the Inventor software.



  • The duration of  this training is 4 days.
  • Class sign-up starts at 8:00am on the first day
  • Class hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm daily
  • 64-bit computer is supplied
  • Autodesk Training Guide (ATG) is supplied
  • Details on classroom location will be provided before start date

Pricing: $450/student/day (tax not included)

What is not included: Students are responsible for their travel, meals and living expenses.


Reserve your seat today! Course requires pre-registration to attend.Use the registration form at the end of this page to reserve and purchase your seat. If you prefer, you can reserve your seat or get further information by giving us a call at: (506) 459-3271 or by email us at: To allow time for course setup, registrations must be received 7 days prior to course start. Seats are limited so don’t delay!NOTE: You must be registered and logged into the site and you must have selected the event (class, location and date) before the registration form will display.


Inventor Advanced Part Modeling, training content

Tips and  Tools

  1. Design Philosophies
  2. Sketching Tips
  3. Display Options
  4. Appearances
Multi-Body Part Modeling

  1. Multi-Body Part Modeling


Sketching Tools

  1. Splines
  2. 3D Sketches
Advanced Work Features

  1. Grounded Work Points
  2. User Coordinate Systems
Advanced Lofts, Sweeps and Coils

  1. Area Lofts
  2. Advanced Loft Options
  3. Advanced Sweeps
  4. Coils
Analyzing a Model

  1. Analysis Types
  2. Analysis Procedures
Introduction to Surfacing

  1. Introduction to Surfaces
  2. Basic Surfaces
  3. Patch Surface
  4. Stitch Surfaces
  5. Sculpting with Surfaces
  6. Thickening & Offsetting a Surface
  7. Surfaces in Drawing Views
 Additional Surfacing Options

  1. Extend and Trim Surfaces
  2. Replace Face with a Surface
  3. Delete Faces
  4. Copy Surface
 Importing Surfaces

  1. Importing Surfaces
  2. Repairing Imported Surfaces
 Copying Between Parts (iFeatures)

  1. Creating iFeatures
  2. Inserting iFeatures
  3. iFeatures vs. Copy Feature
  4. Table-Driven iFeatures
  5. Editing iFeatures

  1. iPart Creation
  2. iPart Placement
  3. Editing an iPart Factory
  4. Creating iFeatures from a Table-Driven iPart
  5. Tables for Factory Members

  1. Import and Export Data
  2. Importing Data Formats
  3. Direct Edit
  4. Attaching Point Cloud Data
  5. Importing Solids
 Freeform Modeling

  1. Freeform Modeling
 Creating Emboss and Decal Features

  1. Emboss Features
  2. Decal Features
 Custom Sketched Symbols

  1. Create Sketched Symbols
  2. Place Sketched Symbols
  3. AutoCAD Blocks
 CAD  Management

  1. Title Block and Border Customization
  2. Style Library Manager
 Engineer's Notebook

  1. Engineer’s Notebook
  2. Notes

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