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)
Bhargava Krishna Marripati
Bhargava Krishna has a Master in Mechanical Engineering & has field experience of 8+ years
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