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The Inventor 7 Deadly Sins of 3D Part Modeling
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Paul Munford
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Have you ever been in a situation where your Inventor software model failed-and you didn't know why? (I know you have; I have too.) Did you know that your Inventor 3D model's complex shape geometry is calculated by ASM-the Autodesk ShapeManager kernel? This class is aimed at intermediate and advanced Inventor users who want to increase their knowledge of Inventor software's part modeling tools by gaining a deeper understanding of how Inventor thinks. We'll cover tips and tricks for the 3D modeling of complex shapes in Inventor. We'll explain how to avoid and overcome modeling practices that give you unexpected results. We'll learn how to diagnose unexpected failures in your Inventor model and discuss ways to fix them. We hope that you'll come away from this class with a clearer idea of how to build stable, powerful models with Inventor. Come and learn how to improve your Inventor modeling skills and become more valuable to your company.

Key Learnings

  • Discover bad modeling practices and how you can avoid and overcome them
  • Learn how to diagnose and fix unexpected failures
  • Learn how to create successful, stable, parametric 3D models
  • Understand how Inventor interprets your requests to build shapes

Speakers

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Paul Munford is a laugher, dreamer, bon vivant, and CAD geek - Technical Marketing Manager for Autodesk in the UK. Paul 's background in manufacturing items for the construction industry gives him a foot in digital prototyping and a foot in Building Information Modeling (BIM). Paul is a member of the British Standards Institute Committee for BS8888, the British standard for technical product documentation, and an (Ex) Autodesk Expert Elite. In his spare time, Munford nurtures the CAD Setter Out blog, and has written for AUGIWorld magazine, DEVELOP3D, and Shaan Hurley's Between the Lines blog. Paul was a speaker at Autodesk University for the first time in 2012, and he says it's the most fun anyone can have with 250 other people in the room.
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