Top down design with Autodesk Inventor at Autodesk University 2013
Autodesk University 2013, the most fun a CAD geek can have while not sat in front of a computer ;)
- You want to learn? Come to AU
- You want to Share? Do it at AU
- You want to network? Meet like minded CAD users at AU
This will by my 5th Year as an attendee at Autodesk University, and my second year as a speaker. Sadly I will be flying home on the Wednesday to attend a funeral, so I won’t be able to attend the full week at AU this year, .
Thanks very much to the Autodesk University events team who helped me to reschedule my class.
Thanks very much for all of you who booked into the class on it’s original slot on Wednesday afternoon, who have already moved to the new slot on Tuesday morning.
Of the 170 people who originally booked to attend, 70 have all ready re-booked at the new time. Thank you, I will make it worth your while!
MA2604 – Drive Autodesk® Inventor® with the Top Down: Alternative Assembly Modeling Techniques
Top down, bottom up, skeletal modeling, layout models, multi-body master parts: If you are having difficulty turning your part models into assembly models, do not despair! There are many alternative assembly techniques that can help you produce great results.
This class is for drafters who have made their way through a basic Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD software training course, but who are having difficulty using Inventor on their bespoke, one-off projects. This class focuses on “alternative” assembly modeling techniques in Inventor that can help you build unique models quickly and simply, and without the nightmare of assembly constraints or circular adaptive references.
This class will benefit drafters from all engineering and manufacturing industries. Attendees should have working knowledge of Autodesk Inventor. If you produce bespoke, unique, one-off digital prototypes, this class is for you.
Interested? Find our more and sign up here:
Bonus – you can now watch these tutorials on Video as part of Autodesk University Virtual 2012 (may require a free login). Here’s the link: