Research and Markets: Autodesk Inventor 2010: No Experience Required Teaches the Essential Skills and Demonstrates the Software Using a Continuous, Real-World Tutorial Project

DUBLIN — (BUSINESS WIRE) — September 21, 2009Research and Markets( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ec26ad/autodesk_inventor) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report " Autodesk Inventor 2010: No Experience Required" to their offering.

The only continuous, step-by-step tutorial on the essentials of this manufacturing software

If you want to get up and running quickly on the industry-leading 3D mechanical design software, Autodesk Inventor 2010: No Experience Required is your perfect resource. It quickly teaches the essential skills and demonstrates the software using a continuous, real-world tutorial project.

Once you understand the interface and how to use Inventor conventions, you'll begin actually designing and modeling a project from start to finish. Along the way, you'll learn the "why" behind each step.

  • Learn to use the interface and Inventor conventions
  • Understand sketching commands and best practices, then move into both regular and sheet metal specific part modeling
  • Understand how to join parts into assemblies to create a single, digital prototype of a box fan
  • Create and distribute accruate part and assembly drawings, learn about functional design concepts, and use Inventor's Design Accelerator features
  • Discover how to work with Inventor weldments and create, render, and distribute compelling visualizations of the final design using Inventor Studio
  • The companion website provides "before and after" tutorial files, enabling you to jump in at any point and compare your work with the author's results
  • Autodesk Inventor 2010: No Experience Required gives you all the instruction you need to begin using this powerful 3D mechanical design tool.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Finding Your Way in the Inventor Interface.
  • Building the Foundation of the Design.
  • Moving into the Assembly World.
  • Working with Solid Models and Weldments.
  • Working with the Frame Generator.
  • Working with Purchased and Multipurpose Parts.
  • Functional Design Using Design Accelerators.
  • Inventor Studio.
  • Communicating Your Design.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ec26ad/autodesk_inventor



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