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12400 Rs

20 Days

Introduction of Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Inventor is a professional-grade 3D CAD software for mechanical engineers that offers all core CAD features, including parametric design, stress analysis, and sheet metal design. It is used to create parts, assemblies, and drawings for manufacturing and production. In addition to product design, it is also best suited for tooling creation and simulation to test a product in motion before building it. Inventor is widely preferred for creating accurate 3D models and visualisation.

Scope of Course Autodesk Inventor

The course covers all the functionalities of Autodesk Inventor and its best-in-class tools for manufacturing models and drawings. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to use Inventor for creating 3D models and technical drawings for mechanical engineering purposes. The training curriculum of the software will deal with:

  • In-depth understanding of the User Interface of Autodesk Inventor

  • Modification of Sketch using powerful tools

  • Managing and modifying assembly efficiently

  • Creation of Drawings using Assembly and Parts

  • Transferring the sketch into a 3D body

  • Combining sub-assemblies into one assembly

  • method of adding essential annotations such as hole info, text dimension, weld info, surface info, etc.

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Autodesk Inventor

Autodesk Inventor is packed with more functionality, has ease of use, and provides greater support to create parts, assembly lines, and drawings straight for manufacturing and production. Its growing customer base is creating more scope for jobs and career opportunities in mechanical engineering. Students well versed in Inventor are placed as:

  • Design Engineer (Inventor)

  • CAD Designer (Inventor)

  • Mechanical Design Engineer (Inventor)

  • Plant 3D Engineer (Inventor)

Syllabus for Autodesk Inventor Courses in Hyderabad


  • Introduction: Understanding parametric design, Understanding feature based concept, Basic modeling concepts, Understanding History-Based Modeling and Dependencies, Adaptivity, Orthographic Projections, File Extensions, Inventor Workflow

  • GUI

  • Mouse Control

  • Functional Keys

  • View Control: View Cube, Navigation Wheel, Pan, Zoom, Rotate, Look At, Previous View, Next View, Projections, Visual Styles, Clean Screen, Switch, Tile Window, Cascade

  • New

  • Work Environment: Project Files, Application Options, Document Settings, File Open Options

  • Exercises included for practice


  • Sketch Workflow

  • Creating 2D Entities: Line, Circle, Ellipse, Arc, Rectangle, Polygon, Fillet, Chamfer

  • Advanced Sketching: Spline, Equation Curve, Slot, Sketch Point, Centre Point, Text & Geometry Text, Creating 3D Entities, Sketch Dimensioning, Sketch Constraints


  • Modifying Sketch: Move, Copy, Rotate, Trim, Extend, Split, Scale, Stretch, Offset, Editing Spline

  • Sketch Pattern: Rectangular, Circular, Mirror

  • Projection

  • Sketch Properties


  • Work Feature: Work Plane, Work Axis, Work Point, UCS, in line work features

  • Part Modeling: Overview on Part Modeling, Task Performed in Part Modeling, Part Browser, Part Template

  • Primitives

  • Exercises included for practice


  • Placed Features: Hole, Thread, Fillet, Chamfer, Shell, Draft

  • Advanced Created Features: Derive, Emboss, Rib, Decal

  • Solid Editing: Direct Edit, Combine, Split, Thicken/Offset

  • Pattern: Rectangular, Circular, Mirror

  • Exercises included for practice


  • Measure: Distance, Angle, Loop, Area, Region Properties

  • Parameters

  • Assembly Modeling Environment, Assembly Browser

  • Assembly Components: Placements and Constraints, Assembly Relationship Error & Recovery Tools

  • Flexible Components, Adaptive Components

  • Working with Assembly Components: Copy Assembly Components, Assembly Components in Patterns, Move & Rotation of Assembly Components, Deleting Assembly Components

  • Replace Components

  • Inspection for Interference

  • Exercises included for practice


  • Sheet Metal Defaults

  • Sheet Metal Features: Face, Flange, Contour Flange, Lofted Flange, Contour Roll, Hem, Bend, Fold, Cut, Corner Seam, Rip, Unfold, Refold, Hole, Corner Round, Corner Chamfer, Copy Object, Punch Tool


  • Creating Fundamental Views: Base View, Projected View, Auxiliary View, Section View, Detail View, Overlay View, Draft View

  • Alignment, Creating Sketches in Drawing

  • Modifying Sketches: Break View, Breakout View, Slice, Crop

  • Creating New Sheet

  • Annotate: Dimensioning, Arrange Dimension, Retrieve Dimension, Notes, Text, GD&T Symbols

  • Tables, Balloon

  • Exercises included for practice

FAQs on Autodesk Inventor Course

How long does it take to learn Autodesk Inventor?

Six months to get up to speed and twelve months to master it. Having said that, I've been using Inventor for six years+ and I'm still learning. So my tip is – keep an open mind and keep learning.

What is the training to be an inventor?

There are several education requirements to become an inventor. Inventors usually study business, mechanical engineering or drafting and design. 55% of inventors hold a bachelor's degree and 16% hold a associate degree

Can anyone become an inventor?

An inventor needs ideas, and the vision to design a solution around those ideas. You need a broad set of skills to design the solution. You need experience with these skills to know what will work and what won't. You can save a lot of time if you can see the trouble spots in advance.

Do you need math to be an inventor?

A good knowledge of math is essential to becoming an inventor.

Your Instructor

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

Meet our experienced Mechanical CAD instructor, with over 8 years of industry experience in the field of Mechanical Design Engineering. With a background in both theoretical and practical applications of CAD software, our instructor is well-versed in all aspects of mechanical design, including 3D modeling, assembly, and analysis. Throughout their career, they have honed their skills in various CAD programs, including Solidworks, AutoCAD, Catia, and NX, just to name a few.

If you're looking for an experienced instructor to help you achieve your goals in the field of Mechanical CAD, look no further. Our instructor is committed to providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the competitive world of Mechanical Design Engineering.

Bhargava Krishna Marripati

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