Learn about the new tools, features, and workflows in Autodesk Inventor 2017, the industry-leading parametric design system.
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Lock in your Inventor skills with a retro product design project for a vintage beverage caddy.
Take these tutorials on automotive surfacing and learn how to create a production-ready model of a Formula 1 racing wheel with Class A surfaces in Alias.
Turn your 3D scans into personalized, custom products with Tinkercad, a free and easy-to-use 3D modeling program.
Takes you through the interface and key processes of Inventor 2016, including sketching, drawing, modeling parts, and building assemblies.
Leverage your experience with AutoCAD while migrating to Autodesk Inventor's specialized toolset for mechanical design, engineering, and manufacturing.
Learn the basics of conducting stress analysis tests of parts and assemblies with Inventor, and uncover the weak points of your designs.
Learn to use the industry-leading modeling and refinement tool Alias Design, for surfacing, engineering, and creating high-quality, feasible CAD models.
Learn to scan a 3D object with your smartphone or camera and the free 123D Catch app from Autodesk.
Learn to scan a person and turn the scan into a "3D selfie" with a 3D printer or with online services like Shapeways.
Learn how to design surface models like the ebike shown in these tutorials, with AutoCAD.
Learn to design detailed sheet metal parts with the specialized toolset in Autodesk Inventor.
Learn how to create replacements parts for household appliances, furniture, and more with Tinkercad and a desktop 3D printer.
Learn about the key processes behind sketching, part modeling, creating assemblies, and drawing in Autodesk Inventor.
Render product shots in their best light with Maya and After Effects.
Present product renderings in their best light with 3ds Max and After Effects.
Model and render a fully realized Formula 1 steering wheel from an initial product concept sketch.
Learn how to sketch and render product designs like a Formula 1 steering wheel using SketchBook Pro.
Prepare your models in Maya and then send them for 3D printing on Shapeways, an online service that ships reproductions straight to your door.
Introduces the interface and key processes of Inventor, the parametric design system from Autodesk.
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