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Already up and running? This course is the next step in building your Autodesk Inventor skillset. Author John Helfen takes you through the interface and key processes of this parametric design system, including sketching, part modeling, assemblies, and drawings. Each process works in conjunction with the rest, allowing you to create parts and assemblies and document them in a way that they can be manufactured. Learn how to set up your project file; create and modify geometry; create extrusions, sweeps, and lofts; build parts with placed features and patterns of features; and create iParts and iFeatures. John also covers assembly visualization techniques, drawing views, and balloons and parts lists.
The course was created and produced by John Helfen. We're honored to host this training in our library.
Above the ribbon bar, is the application menu on the left, and the Quick Access Toolbar on the right. The Quick Access Toolbar is located above the ribbon bar, in the interface by default, and essentially turns the application title bar in to a useful place to locate commonly used tools. You'll find things like new, open and save, along with undo and redo. You'll even find the ability to change part materials, which is often commonly done in both the part modeling and assembly modeling environments. The Quick Access Toolbar, unlike the ribbon bar does not change based on the context or in the environment you're in.
So the tools placed on the Quick Access Toolbar, will always be available.
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