Autodesk Inventor 2020-21 Sheet Metal
What you'll learn
- How to get into the sheet metal environment
- How to use sheet meatal tools
- How to convert a solid body to a sheet metal part
- Access Autodesk Inventor
- Pc with Internet connection
- No prior knowledge with Autodesk Inventor is required
In this step-by-step course, we will mainly focus on the sheet metal environment in Autodesk Inventor.
We will start by taking a look at how to get into the sheet metal environment and work our way to set up the sheet metal defaults. Then, we will create a standard sheet metal part and will cover the basic tools needed, such as face, flange, corner seam, and so on.
Next, we will look at how to convert a solid body to a sheet metal part by modeling a die, and we will also learn which tools you should use in order to do that.
Closer to the end of this course, we will also cover how to create another panel by using the contour flange tool. By using this contour flange tool, a panel can, in some cases, be easier and faster created than with the typical tools.
Finally, we will look at a few more important tips and tricks you need to know in order to be able to create a more complex sheet metal part, such as unfold, refold, corner chamfer, and more.
I hope you will enjoy this course and please also take look into my other courses.
Who this course is for:
- Someone who wants to learn Inventor.
- Someone who wants to improve their Inventor skills.
- Someone who is intereste in 3D modeling.
- Someone who wants to improve their drafting portfolio.
Hello everyone, I would like to introduce myself. I am Harry Klause. Originally, I am from Germany, as some of you might already guessed based on my accent. After graduating from drafting school, I started working for a mid-sized company as a drafter.
Over the course of my employment, I started to train my co-workers in inventor and create company-specific workflows and training materials. Beside training, creating and drafting, I am also a vault admin and responsible for vault configuration and adjustments of our company’s needs.
Furthermore, I have created Revit training Videos for my German fellows.
Beside my valuable experience in AutoCAD, I have gained an extensive knowledge in inventor and vault and am holding an Autodesk Professional Inventor Certificate.
I enjoy passing on my knowledge and sincerely hope you can learn a lot from my videos.