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Getting Started in Inventor
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Released Sep 12, 2013
Dan Halsell

Guest Tutor

Dan Halsell
In this series of lessons we will learn the layout of Inventor, how to sketch, how to create 3D parts, and the basics of assembly in Inventor.

Throughout these lessons we will learn the different toolbars. We will learn the basic sketch tools and how they work, as well as draw sketches and show how to constrain and dimension the sketch. Finally, we will turn the sketch into a 3D model and show how to prepare it for an assembly, as well as create two additional parts and create a basic 3D assembly.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
01:06
Layout, file types, and starting a sketch
2

Layout, file types, and starting a sketch

 
05:45
Learning the sketch tools
3

Learning the sketch tools

 
10:30
Continuing with sketch tools
4

Continuing with sketch tools

 
08:44
Constraining and dimensioning a sketch
5

Constraining and dimensioning a sketch

 
10:35
Creating a sketch and turning it into a 3D model
6

Creating a sketch and turning it into a 3D model

 
10:06
3D model tools
7

3D model tools

 
11:24
Continuing with 3D model tools
8

Continuing with 3D model tools

 
09:40
3D model appearance and assembly preparation
9

3D model appearance and assembly preparation

 
08:17
Creating two new parts
10

Creating two new parts

 
10:21
Constraining all three parts together
11

Constraining all three parts together

 
06:42