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Catalog Item Creation Utilizing Inventor
Instructional Demo    UT9900
Jeremy Morton
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Description

In this class you'll learn about the importance of having and utilizing a catalog of standard assemblies in order to build a substation in Inventor software.

Key Learnings

  • Learn the importance of having a catalog of standard assemblies
  • Discover the differences between the different catalog items and how to store them
  • Learn how to build an Electrical Arrangement Assembly (EAA)
  • See how these types of catalog items are utilized in a substation design

Speakers

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Jeremy Morton graduated in 2005 from ITT Technical Institute with an associate of applied science degree in computer-aided design and drafting. Since then he has successfully implemented Inventor software and Vault software at 1 company and Inventor software at another, both companies being metal fabrication facilities. Jeremy has been with Duke Energy for almost 4 years, working with a team to successfully implement Inventor software and Vault software for substation design
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