This class covers a workflow that allows you as an Inventor Professional user to drive your Tube and Pipe assemblies with a master sketch. You will learn how to create and update robust routes, jacketed piping, piping insulation, drawings and assemblies for individual spools and Piping Layout drawings. You will learn how to use custom content from the Inventor Content Center to populate the routes you create. You will learn how to update and change your routes. You will learn how to document pipe spools in individual drawings as well as in piping layout drawings. In addition, you will learn how to nominalize hose lengths in your BOMs.
- Driving complex Tube and Pipe routes with a master sketch
- Creating individual pipe spools
- Using custom content to populate routes
- Creating Drawings of individual pipe spools
Cory has been using most aspects of Inventor Professional since 2001. Since then he has designed everything from Pipeline Pigs, to medical equipment, to large-scale sulphur processing equipment both single-handedly & as part of larger teams. Along the way, he has written several white papers, tips and tricks, and training materials for Autodesk and other clients. He also acted as a consultant to the Inventor User Experience & QA teams as well as the Vault team, to ensure that his real-world experience was incorporated into Inventor. He has developed and coached clients in workflows for Inventor & was an Autodesk reference customer for the 2013 releases. Cory uses Master Sketch/Skeletal modeling to create very large, robust assemblies.
Alessandro Gasso is currently employed as Manufacturing Cloud Adoption Specialist within the Customer Success Organization at Autodesk, Inc. Over the past 17 years with Autodesk, Ale has worked in various roles including product support specialist for Inventor, the lead for the EMEA Inventor Product Support Team, EMEA technical lead of Inventor software, premium support specialist leading the PSS Manufacturing Team, manufacturing industry technical lead, and Enterprise Solutions leads manager. Ale was the co-author of the Being Inventive Inventor blog, and he has spoken at Autodesk University in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. Before Autodesk, Ale worked for 7 years as a mechanical designer for a company in the defense industry. Ale is a native of Italy who speaks English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, and he holds a master's degree in electromechanical engineering from the University of Naples (Napoli).