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Table Of Contents

Using Autodesk Inventor
Getting Started
Data Files for Exercises
File Types
Application Options
Document Settings
Styles and Standards
Using Shortcut Keys and Hot Keys
Viewing Models
Zoom Tools
Zoom All
Zoom Window
Zoom Selected
Look At
Shaded, Hidden Edge, and Wireframe Display
Ground Shadow Display
Orthographic and Perspective Camera Views
Importing and Exporting Data
AutoCAD Files
Autodesk Mechanical Desktop Files
SAT Files
STEP Files
IGES Files
DWF Files
Learning Autodesk Inventor
Using the Design Support System
Autodesk Inventor Launchpad
Help for AutoCAD Users
Tutorials and Show Me Animations
Advanced Productivity Topics
Feedback Links
Skill Builders
Understanding Sketches
Sketch Environment
Sketch Coordinate System
Using Model Edges as References for Sketches
Precise Values
Creating Sketches
Create Sketches
Create Profiles with Tangencies
Drag Sketch Geometry
Tips for Sketching
Constraining Sketches
Add Constraints
Open Data Files for Exercises
Add Constraints to the First Sketch
TRY IT: Add constraints to the first sketch
Show All Constraints
Add Constraints to Existing Sketches
Delete and Add Constraints
Tips for Constraining Sketches
Dimensioning Sketches
Automatic Dimensions
Dimension Types
Diametric Dimensions
Driven Dimensions
Dimension Profiles
Delete and Add Dimensions
Tips for Creating Dimensions
Modifying Sketches
Patterning Sketches
Tips for editing sketch patterns
Delete Sketches
Learning about 3D Sketches
Parametric Part Modeling
Part Modeling Environment
Base Features
Adding Sketched Features
Extrude Features
Revolve Features
Sweep Features
Modifying Features
Adding Placed Features
Hole Features
Fillet Features
Chamfer Features
Chamfers and Fillets
Thread Features
Shell Features
Creating Pattern Features
Rectangular Patterns
Suppress Pattern Occurrences
Circular Patterns
Mirror Features
Patterns Along Paths
Analyzing parts
Create Zebra Analyses
Create Draft Analyses
Defining Work Features
Work Planes
Work Axes
Work Points
Grounded Work Points
Modifying Work Features
Key Terms
Learn About Projects
Default Project
Set an Active Project
How Referenced Files are Found
Setting Up Projects
Project Types
Single-user Projects
Vault Projects
Set Up Folder Structures
Creating Projects
Set Project Options
Library Locations
Library Locations for Mechanical Desktop Parts
Library Locations for iParts and iAssemblies
Content Center files
Other Types of Libraries in Projects
Avoid Duplicate File Names
Creating and Opening Files In Projects
Assembly Environment
Assembly Design Strategies
Bottom-Up Assembly Design
Top-Down Assembly Design
Middle-Out AssemblyDesign
Assembly Coordinate System
Assembly Constraints
Assembly Analysis
Managing Component Locations with Projects
Working with the Assembly Browser
In-Place Activation
Visibility of Components
Assembly Structures
Tips for Working with Assemblies
Placing Components In Assemblies
Drag Components into Assemblies
Simplify Assemblies
Grounded Components
Other Sources of Components
Moving and Rotating Components
Constraining Components
Place Constraints
Mate Constraint
Angle Constraint
Tangent Constraint
Insert Constraint
Motion Constraints
Viewing Constraints
Editing Constraints
Tips for Managing Assembly Constraints
Creating Assembly Components
Parts In Place
Projected Edges and Features
Subassemblies In Place
Guidelines for Selecting Subassembly Components:
Creating Component Patterns
Independent Instances
Creating Assembly Features
Use Assembly Features
Using Work Features in Assemblies
Replacing Components
Mirroring Assemblies
Copying Assemblies
Checking for Interference
Checking for Degrees of Freedom
Unconstrained Drag
Constrained Drag
Constraint Drivers
Drive Constraints
Animating Assembly Components
Selecting Components
What is Design Accelerator
Work with Generators
Work with Bolted Connections
Insert All Components At Once
Work with Calculators
Author User Parts
Set File Names
Setting Up Drawings
Creating Drawings
Edit Model Dimensions in Drawings
Formatting Drawings with Styles
Use Styles In Templates
Share Styles Between Documents
Use Styles Available In Drafting Standards
Create New Styles
Object Defaults Styles and Layers
Using Drawing Resources
Sheet Layouts
Edit Default Sheets
Format Sheets
Sketch Overlays
Drawing Borders
Title Blocks
Align Title Blocks
Edit Title Blocks
Tips for Creating Drawings
Learning about Drawing Views
Drawing View Types
Base Views
Projected Views
Editing Views
Creating Multiview Drawings
Section Views
Defining Section Views
Auxiliary Views
Detail Views
Broken Views
Draft Views
Modifying Views and Sections
Delete Views
Align Views
Edit Hatch Patterns
Rotate Views
Move Views
Viewing Multiple Positions of Assemblies
Tips for Creating Drawing Views
Annotation Tools
Annotation Tool
Using Styles to Format Annotations
Working with Tables
Hole Tables
General and Configuration Tables
Parts Lists
Creating Dimensions in Drawings
Control Dimension Styles
Change Dimensions
Place Dimensions
Controlling Dimension Styles
Copy Dimension Styles with Style Library Manager
Center Marks and Centerlines
Notes and Leader Text
Hole and Thread Notes
Thread Representations
Working with Dimensions and Annotations
Turn Off Tangent Edge Displays
Add Model Dimensions
Reposition Model Dimensions
Add Centerlines and Center Marks
TRY IT: Add centerlines and center marks
Add Drawing Dimensions
Format Dimensions
Adding Notes and Leader Text
Editing Model Dimensions
Complete Title Blocks
Printing Drawing Sheets
Plot Multiple Sheets
Tips for Annotating Drawings
About Content Center
Set and Manage Permissions
Content Center Library
Content Center Library Data
Working with Content Center
Content Center Environments
Editor Environment
Consumer Environment
Tips for Using Content Center
Using the Publish Tool
Managing Administrative Tasks
Autodesk Inventor Utilities
Editing Projects
Legacy Project Types
Resolving File Links
Search for Library and Non Library Files
Search for Library References
Search for Non Library Locations
Use Substitution Rules to Find Missing Files
Keeping Old File Versions
Moving, Copying, and Archiving Design Files
Zip Files
Temporary Root Folders
Pack and Go
Design Assistant Manager
Move and Copy Files Between Projects
Deleting Files
Changing File Structure
About Autodesk Vault
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Adsk Inventor 11 GetStart

Adsk Inventor 11 GetStart

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