Autodesk University
Hands-on Lab    FB2864-L
Advanced iCopy Part Development in Inventor: Complex Adaptive Geometry
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Description

Take your design development to the next level by furthering your knowledge of iCopy functionality in Inventor software. By learning how to create an adaptive frame model to develop complex geometric parts there are limitless opportunities for designers to create intricate adaptive components. This hands-on lab goes 1 step further and explains how to create aligned hole/notch pattern features between 2 separate components with differing profiles and end conditions. Today's advanced geometric designs and tight project schedules require designers to be quick and efficient with their part modeling. If you are looking for an opportunity to learn how to streamline your parts development through the use of advanced iCopy part modeling, this class is for you.

Key Learnings

  • Determine when iCopy templates are efficiently used
  • Create an adaptive frame model to use in an iCopy template
  • Create aligned hole/notch pattern features between 2 separate components
  • Streamline parts development to meet tight project schedules

Speakers

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Cortney has worked with Enclos Corporation, who develops customized curtainwall products and facade systems. She is an AutoCad Certified Professional, has over 7 years experience with Autodesk products and specializes in Inventor Software. She has worked on projects such as Wynn Encore, Trump Tower in Las Vegas, Hotel and Residence at LALive, Javits Convention Center Remodel, 250 West 55th Street in New York, and the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York.
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