eolv1L8ZdYrFVOcH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8
Inventor: Tips for Assemblies, Parts, Drawings, and Content Center Library
Lecture    MD4846
Alessandro Gasso
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-firstName] [up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-badges]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-firstName] [up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-jobTitle]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-company]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-metrics]
Share Share
Comment Comment
Bookmark Bookmark
You must be signed in for this action Sign in
Close
eolv1L8ZdYrFVOcH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8
Collapse Expand

Description

This class covers several workflows that answer the most common questions that Inventor software users have about assemblies, parts, drawings, and Content Center library. You will learn how to add parts to top-down assemblies; create a chamfer on a corner point having freedom in the xyz dimensions; automatically show bend up/down direction for a sheet metal part in the drawing based on line color; control the display of alternate tolerance; copy multiple Inventor software drawing views as blocks in AutoCAD software's model space with the right scale; to manage the content center files when you move to a newer Inventor release; place a Tube & Pipe fitting in an assembly as a normal part; change the BOM (bill of materials ) Structure of a standard part family; and calculate the cost of a Structural Shape component based on a standard cost-per-meter/length.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to add parts to top-down assemblies
  • Learn how to create a chamfer on a corner point having freedom in the xyz dimensions
  • Learn how to copy multiple Inventor software drawing views as blocks in AutoCAD software's model space with the right scale
  • Learn how to place a tube and pipe fitting in an assembly as a normal part

Speakers

user_X176.png
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).
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-firstName] [up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-badges]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-firstName] [up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-jobTitle]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-company]
[up-%2Bhv%2BLJBl8mygYPj7Ca%2B0og%3D%3D-metrics]
close
Transcript

Share Class

close-24

Comments

Login to join the discussion.
0 comments in this class
Be the first to share your thoughts.
close-24