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Infinite Skills "Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 Training Video" Helps Designers Learn to Model and Simulate Invention Prototypes

May 22, 2014



(PRWEB) May 22, 2014

Software training firm Infinite Skills Inc. this week introduced its "Learning Autodesk Inventor 2014 Tutorial," an introductory course designed to assist inventors in beginning to model and simulate prototypes with this powerful 3D modeling application.

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D mechanical CAD program for creating digital prototypes used in the design and simulation of products. Inventor uses an integrated motion simulator in an assembly stress environment, allowing users to input load and friction characteristics to simulate how a product will function in real-world conditions.

In this introductory course, "Learning Autodesk Inventor 2014 Training Video", designers learn the essential skill-set for using this powerful software.

Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 Tutorial Video - DVD

An Inventor user since 1999, course author Adam Cooper is a career mechanical engineer who works mainly in plastic installation design for the automotive industry. He is also an accomplished trainer and a regular speaker at Autodesk University. He is an Autodesk Certified Instructor in Inventor and several other Autodesk programs.

Cooper begins with an overview of the Inventor 2014 interface, introducing major concepts such as parametric features, associative files, and model documentation, as he helps students establish best practices for using Inventor.

Cooper then dives into Inventor's functionality, explaining the tools involved in sketching such as using lines, circles and arcs, and fillets and chamfers, along with guidelines for creating successful sketches.

The course continues with chapters explaining how to work with constraints and dimensions, additional sketch features, and other essential drawing tools.

Cooper then goes in-depth with assembly design, explaining how to work with constraints, joints, patterning and mirroring components, and much more.

Other chapters teach more advanced functionality such as creating views, using exploded assembly views, dimensioning methods, annotations, and creating a bill of materials and a parts list.

"Essentially, digital prototyping is a revolutionary approach to product development that lets you design and visualize and simulate products rapidly and cost-effectively," Cooper explains.

"Throughout this course we're going to experience digital prototyping and how the software helps us realize our ideas before they're ever built."

Free demo videos and a full list of course contents can be found on the Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 training page of the Infinite Skills website:

http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-autodesk-inventor-2015.html

Infinite Skills offers its Learning Autodesk Inventor 2015 in DVD format, as a direct download from the company website at a retail price of $49.95, or as part of its new subscription service at a rate of $25 per month. All titles and formats are compatible with Mac and Windows operating systems. Shipping is available around the globe. Additionally, Infinite Skills tutorials are supported by project files which correspond to examples in the videos, allowing users to work alongside experienced instructors right on their computer or iPad.

About Infinite Skills Inc.

A leader in the field of software training, Infinite Skills designs its courses on a task-oriented model, teaching complex skills by providing hands-on examples and guiding users as they carry out essential functions. Infinite Skills offers a wide range of software titles available as DVDs, digital downloads, and in iPad editions. Infinite Skills now offers a subscription service, providing access to all its training content for a monthly fee, keeping with company's aim of delivering professional training to customers anywhere they want to learn.

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