AutoCAD software has always served as the common denominator for growth as CAD software has improved. It's been the native CAD language for a majority of users for decades. Safely managing the transition from a primarily 2D product, such as AutoCAD LT software, or from a primitive 3D AutoCAD to a powerful 3D parametric modeler is a must for any company. Improper understanding of the core Inventor tools and concepts can hinder your company's adoption of more-effective tools for design, and further delay the transition. This class will focus on the basics of Inventor for the AutoCAD user, as well as techniques to safely and effectively evolve your designs.
- Learn how to navigate the Inventor interface and file types
- Realize how associative files relate to each other in a digital prototype
- Understand how Inventor models react to change
- Initiate a learning path to gain more knowledge with the software
Mark is an application engineer with IMAGINiT Technologies, specializing in manufacturing environments. He has implemented the Autodesk® manufacturing products with several industries including the blow/injection molding, automotive, and custom machinery markets. Autodesk® Inventor_ has been a profound augmentation in his abilities allowing him to bring 3D digital prototyping to the forefront of the industries with which he has interacted. He has extensive experience and a comprehensive understanding of the technical, practical business, and human dimensions of implementation. He is an effective and skillful communicator, consulting with his clients to help achieve their business objectives. Mark is an ATC certified instructor and he provides training, support, and implementation. Mark is PSE and ATC certified in AutoCAD®, AutoCAD® Mechanical, AutoCAD® Electrical, Autodesk® Data Management, and Autodesk Inventor.