Getting up to speed with Autodesk Inventor Drawings in 2017


Autodesk Inventor Drawings

Drawings are used to document 3D models in the traditional 2D format, and allow you to add detailed and visual instructions for manufacturing. The association between 3D model data and drawings files allows for quick and easy editing, making Inventor a valuable tool in the design process.

Inventor Drawings Tutorial – Assembly Drawings, Design Changes

Inventor Drawings Training Course

Our Inventor Drawings course provides an introduction for beginners who want to learn how to create 2D drawings to document their 3D models in Inventor. You’ll familiarize yourself with the software by learning to create a drawing file. To ensure you can correctly communicate your designs with manufacturing, you’ll then add different drawing views, annotations, and dimension models to your drawing.

Sheet formats and templates allow companies and industries to standardize size, layout, and other characteristics of drawing sheets. As these standards vary, we’ll help you prepare for any situation by showing you how to create custom sheet formats and templates.

Autodesk Inventor Drawings Training Course

Inventor’s presentation files provide you with a unique way of creating exploded views for animating and documenting assembly models. This helps prevent unwanted model changes while documenting your assemblies. To show the relationships between the components of your models, you’ll learn how to create exploded assembly views in Inventor presentation files.

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With this course, you’ll get the most out of your software by showing you how the changes you make to your part and assembly files propagate to your drawings. You’ll be able to use Inventor drawings to streamline the design process and clearly communicate detailed information between designer and manufacturer in 2D format.

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