Autodesk Inventor (R) 6 : Basics Through Advanced
For Autodesk Inventor, Solid Modeling, Engineering Design, and Drafting Technology courses.This comprehensive text/workbook demonstrates the powerful abilities of the Autodesk Inventor software program. Written in a clear, concise manner, it focuses on the highest professional standards of CAD designers. Building on the student's basic understanding of CADD and mechanical drafting, Autodesk Inventor (R) 6: Basics Through Advanced introduces solid modeling and the tools and interface components used to complete fully parametric 3-dimensional parts, assemblies, presentations, and 2-dimensional drawings. Each chapter contains a variety of learning tools that simulate real-world activities and mechanical drafting material.
- Paperback | 944 pages
- 210.82 x 276.86 x 27.94mm | 1,796.22g
- 27 Jun 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- Peachpit Press Publications
- Berkeley, United States
Table of contents
(NOTE: Each chapter ends with a Chapter Test, and Project sections are included in Chapters 3 through 18.) 1. Starting Autodesk Inventor. 2. Introduction to Modeling and the Autodesk Inventor Interface. 3. Initial Part Modeling Drafting Techniques. 4. Developing Basic Part Model Features. 5. Adding Placed Features. 6. Patterning Features. 7. Using Work Features. 8. Developing Advanced Part Model Features. 9. Creating and Using Catalog Features. 10. Developing Sheet Metal Parts. 11. Working with Solids. 12. Creating Part Drawings. 13. Dimensioning Part Drawings. 14. Working with Assemblies. 15. Working with Weldments. 16. Adapting Parts and Assemblies. 17. Working with Presentations. 18. Assembly, Weldment, and Multiple Sheet Drawings. 19. Additional Modeling Tools and Techniques. 20. Additional Data and File Management Tools and Techniques. Index.