Tools for Design Using AutoCAD 2019 and Autodesk Inventor 2019

Author: Randy Shih
Publisher: SDC Publications
ISBN: 1630571989
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Tools for Design is intended to provide the user with an overview of computer aided design using two popular CAD software packages from Autodesk: AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor. This book explores the strengths of each package and shows how they can be used in design, both separately and in combination with each other. What you'll learn How to create and dimension 2D multiview drawings using AutoCADHow to freehand sketch using axonometric, oblique and perspective projection techniquesHow to create 3D parametric models and 2D multiview drawings using Autodesk InventorHow to reuse design information between AutoCAD and Autodesk InventorHow to combine parts into assemblies including assembly modeling with a LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education Base Set, with a TETRIX® kit and a VEX Robot KitHow to perform basic finite element stress analysis using Inventor Stress Analysis ModuleWho this book is for This book is designed for high school and college age students wanting to learn the fundamentals of computer aided design with AutoCAD and Inventor and how the two can be used together. No prior CAD experience is required.

Autodesk AutoCAD 2019 and Inventor 2019 Tutorial

Author: Tutorial Books
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781722634117
Format: PDF, Docs
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Autodesk AutoCAD 2019 and Inventor 2019 Tutorial will help you to learn the basics of Autodesk AutoCAD and Inventor. It is very concise and has real-world examples that help you to learn AutoCAD and Inventor. The first part of this book covers AutoCAD basics in a step-by-step manner. Each command has a brief explanation and an example. After completing the first part, you will be good at creating 2D drawings, modifying drawings, dimensions and annotations, blocks and external references, layouts and printing, and 3D basics. The second part of this book covers Inventor basics. A brief explanation about the user interface is followed by tutorials covering the basics of Part Modeling, Assembly design, and Drafting. The later chapters cover some additional part modeling tools, sheet metal modeling, top-down assembly design, assembly joints, drawing annotations, and model based dimensions.

Autodesk Inventor 2019 Essentials Plus

Author: Daniel Banach
Publisher: SDC Publications
ISBN: 1630571725
Format: PDF
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Autodesk Inventor 2019 Essentials Plus provides the foundation for a hands-on course that covers basic and advanced Autodesk Inventor features used to create, edit, document, and print parts and assemblies. You learn about part and assembly modeling through real-world exercises. Autodesk Inventor 2019 Essentials Plus demonstrates critical CAD concepts, from basic sketching and modeling through advanced modeling techniques, as it equips you with the skills to master this powerful professional tool. The book walks you through every component of the software, including the user interface, toolbars, dialogue boxes, sketch tools, drawing views, assembly modeling, and more. Its unique modular organization puts key information at your fingertips, while step-by-step tutorials make it an ideal resource for self-learning. Packed with vivid illustrations and practical exercises that emphasize modern-day applications, Autodesk Inventor 2019 Essentials Plus will prepare you for work in the real world. Each chapter is organized into four sections. Objectives, which describe the content and learning objectives; topic coverage, which presents a concise review of the topic; exercises, which present the workflow for a specific command or process through illustrated step-by-step instructions; and finally a checking your skills section, which tests your understanding of the material. Who Should Use This Manual? The manual is designed to be used in instructor-led courses, although you may also find it helpful as a self-paced learning tool. It is recommended that you have a working knowledge of Microsoft® Windows® as well as a working knowledge of mechanical design principles.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Working with Imported Data

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Publisher: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Working with Imported Geometry student guide teaches you how to work with data from other CAD platforms using the Autodesk Inventor software. Using this student guide, you will learn the various methods for importing data into Autodesk Inventor and how you can edit both imported solid and surface data. Additionally, you will learn how to index scanned point cloud data, and attach and use it in an Inventor file. The final chapters in this student guide discuss how you can use AutoCAD .DWG files in the Autodesk Inventor software. The topics covered in this student guide are also covered in ASCENT's Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Advanced Part Modeling student guide, which includes a broader range of advanced learning topics. Topics covered: - Import CAD data into the Autodesk Inventor software. - Export CAD data from the Autodesk Inventor software in an available export format. - Index a supported point cloud data file, attach, and edit it for use in a file. - Use the Edit Base Solid environment to edit solids that have been imported into the Autodesk Inventor software. - Create Direct Edit features in a model that move, resize, scale, rotate, and delete existing geometry in both imported and native Autodesk Inventor files. - Set the import options to import surface data from other file format types. - Transfer imported surface data into the Repair Environment to conduct a quality check for errors. - Appropriately set the stitch tolerance value so that gaps in the imported geometry can be automatically stitched and identify the gaps that are not stitched. - Use the Repair Environment commands to repair gaps or delete, extend, replace, trim and break surfaces to successfully create a solid from the imported geometry. - Open an AutoCAD DWG file directly into an Autodesk Inventor part file and review the data. - Use the DWG/DXF File Wizard and its options to import files into an Autodesk Inventor file. - Use an AutoCAD DWG file in an Autodesk Inventor part file so that the geometry created in Inventor remains associative with the AutoCAD DWG file. - Freeform modeling. - Emboss and Decal features. - Advanced Drawing tools (iPart tables, surfaces in drawing views, and custom sketched symbols). - Adding notes with the Engineer’s Notebook. Prerequisites: The material covered in this training guide assumes a mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in Autodesk® Inventor®: Introduction to Solid Modeling.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Presenting Designs with Image and Animation Tools

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Publisher: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN:
Format: PDF
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The Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Presenting Designs with Image and Animation Tools student guide teaches you how to present your Autodesk® Inventor® designs using tools that are available with the software. You begin in the modeling environment, learning how to customize visual styles, include reflections and shadows in a display, set up and control lighting, and create and assign unique material appearances with the aim of enhancing how the model is presented. The student guide also discusses the Presentation and Inventor Studio environments, which can be used to create compelling still images or animations of a design. The Presentation environment enables you to create snapshot views (still images) and animations to help document an assembly. A presentation file can be used to indicate how parts relate to each other and create an exploded view for a drawing. Animating the exploded view enables you to further show how components fit together in an assembly. Inventor Studio is an alternate tool that can also be used to create realistic renderings or animations of models that can be used in model presentations. The topics covered in this student guide are also covered in the following ASCENT student guides, which include a broader range of advanced topics: - Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Advanced Assembly Modeling - Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Advanced Part Modeling - Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Introduction to Solid Modeling Topics covered: - Enhance the appearance of surfaces and edges of a model by assigning visual styles, ray tracing, reflections, shadows, and a ground plane. - Customize and assign lighting styles to control the number, color, and intensity of light sources in a model. - Manipulate the visual appearance of a material using the in-canvas appearance and texture tools. - Create, assign, and edit existing appearances in the model using the Appearance Browser. - Understand how presentation files can be used to document an assembly model. - Create a presentation file with animations or Snapshot views. - Publish a presentation file to create images and videos. - Render a realistic image of a model that has had appearance, lighting, and camera customizations. - Create a realistic animation of a model by applying parameters, constraints, and actions. - Create a composite video by combining camera shots, animations, and transitions using the Video Producer. - Create a custom environment for use when rendering models. Prerequisites: The material covered in this training guide assumes a mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in Autodesk® Inventor®: Introduction to Solid Modeling. Enhancements that were introduced in the Presentation environment in the R2 release have been included in this version of the student guide. It is recommended that you use the R2 or R3 release of Autodesk Inventor 2018 with this student guide.

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Design Tools and Strategies

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Publisher: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
ISBN:
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Design Tools and Strategies learning guide provides instruction on how to incorporate the use of top-down design and advanced modeling techniques into your design environment. This learning guide begins with an introduction to top-down design and the Autodesk® Inventor® software tools that can be used. There is a focus on multi-body design, deriving components, working with layouts and sketch blocks, and how associative links and adaptive parts can help you incorporate design intent into your models so they react as expected to change. This learning guide also includes chapters that cover Generative Shape Design, Frame Generator, and Design Accelerator, teaching you how you can use these advanced design tools to quickly create designs that meet your requirements. The topics covered in this learning guide are also covered in the following ASCENT learning guides, which include a broader range of advanced topics: - Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Advanced Assembly Modeling - Autodesk® Inventor® 2018: Advanced Part Modeling Objectives - Define and compare the differences between bottom-up and top-down design. - Learn how to enforce design intent using three major top-down design techniques. - Create solid bodies and correctly assign features to specific solid bodies. - Modify solid bodies in a model by moving, removing, splitting, combining, or redefining them. - Create new parts and assemblies from the multi-bodies in a single part. - Derive new geometry in a part by importing and referencing objects from a source part. - Create and modify layouts and sketch blocks. - Define and test the kinematic motion of an assembly with the use of nested sketch blocks. - Create 3D models from sketch blocks. - Break the associative link between a sketched feature and reference geometry. - Specify geometric entities of part features to change, while controlling the size or location of other entities in an assembly. - Create a Shape Generator study that sets a goal to meet a mass reduction target. - Assign criteria in a Shape Generator study to accurately define a model's working environment. - Promote a Shape Generator study to the modeling environment. - Quickly and easily create structural frames and defining the location of structural frame members using a skeletal wireframe part. - Adjust frame member ends to obtain required joints. - Create and publish custom frame member profiles to the Content Center. - Automatically create geometry using component generators. Prerequisites The material covered in this learning guide assumes a mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in the Autodesk Inventor: Introduction to Solid Modeling learning guide.

3D Konstruktionen mit Autodesk Inventor und Inventor LT 2018

Author: Detlef Ridder
Publisher: MITP-Verlags GmbH & Co. KG
ISBN: 3958451802
Format: PDF, Mobi
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3D-Modellieren von der Skizze über Bauteile und Baugruppen bis zur Werkzeichnung und Präsentation mit animierter Darstellung Praxisnahe Erläuterung grundlegender Befehle mit vielen verschiedenen Konstruktionsbeispielen zum Nachbauen Einführung in die iLogic-Programmierumgebung Dieses Grundlagen- und Lehrbuch zeigt Ihnen anhand vieler einzelner Konstruktionsbeispiele die Möglichkeiten von Inventor 2018 und Inventor LT 2018 und richtet sich insbesondere an Inventor-Neulinge, die Wert auf einen gründlichen, praxisnahen Einstieg legen. Mit dem Buch und einer 30-Tage-Inventor-Testversion von der Autodesk-Homepage können Sie sofort beginnen und in Kürze Ihre ersten eigenen dreidimensionalen Konstruktionen erstellen. Die wichtigsten Vorgehensweisen werden mit vielen einzelnen Beispielen erklärt und geübt. Am Ende eines jeden Kapitels finden Sie Testfragen mit Lösungen im Anhang. Zahlreiche Befehle werden detailliert erläutert, wie z.B.: • Erstellen der ersten 2D-Skizzen mit Linie, Bogen, Kreis, Rechteck, Langloch, Polygon • Verwalten der Abhängigkeiten in der Skizze und Bemaßen • Volumenkörper aus Skizzen mit Extrusion, Rotation, Sweeping, Lofting • Spezielle Volumenkörperbefehle wie Spirale, Prägen, Ableiten, Rippe, Aufkleben • Import für AutoCAD-2D-Zeichnungen mit assoziativer Zuordnung 3D-Modellierung mit Grundkörpern wie Quader, Zylinder, Kugel und Torus • Ergänzung der Volumenkörper durch Features wie Bohrungen, Fasen, Rundungen, Gewinde, Wandstärke, Flächenverjüngung (Neigung), Verdicken, Biegung und Direktbearbeitung • Erstellen von Baugruppen durch Platzieren der Bauteile mit geometrischen Abhängigkeiten • Zeichnungsableitung mit diversen Ansichten, Bemaßungen und Beschriftungen • Erstellen von Stücklisten und Positionsnummern • Darstellung als animierte Präsentationen oder fotorealistische Bilder mit verschiedenen visuellen Stilen und Hintergrundbildern • Einführung in die iLogic-Programmierung mit einfachen nützlichen Beispielen für parametrische Teile

Java f r die Android Entwicklung f r Dummies

Author: Barry A. Burd
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527686703
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Alle Java-Grundlagen für die App-Entwicklung Sie möchten eigene Android-Apps entwickeln, können aber noch nicht programmieren oder zumindest noch kein Java? Dann ist dieses Buch wie für Sie gemacht. Nach der Installation der kostenlosen Entwicklungswerkzeuge lernen Sie Schritt für Schritt alle wichtigen Code-Elemente wie Variablen, Methoden und Schleifen sowie die objektorientierte Programmierung kennen. Außerdem erfahren Sie, wie Android-Apps aufgebaut sind, wie Sie sie mit Buttons, Auswahllisten und Layouts ausstatten und die Programmlogik mit Java erstellen. Anhand eines Spiels und einer Twitter-App sehen Sie, wie alles zusammenhängt. So steht Ihren eigenen Apps nichts mehr im Weg!

Autodesk Inventor 2018 Advanced Part Modeling

Author: ASCENT - Center for Technical Knowledge
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781946571229
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Autodesk Inventor 2018: Advanced Part Modeling is the second in a series of training guides on the Autodesk(R) Inventor(R) software that is published by ASCENT. The goal of this guide is to build on the skills acquired in the Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling training guide by taking students to a higher level of productivity when designing part models using the Autodesk Inventor software. In this training guide, the student considers various approaches to part design. Specific advanced part modeling techniques covered include multi-body design, advanced lofts, advanced sweeps, coils, generative shape design, surface modeling, and Freeform modeling. Material aimed at increasing efficiency includes: iFeatures for frequently used design elements, iParts for similar designs, and how to work with imported data. The guide also covers some miscellaneous drawing tools such as custom sketches symbols, working with title blocks and borders, and documenting iParts. Topics Covered Advanced model appearance options 2D and 3D sketching techniques Multi-body part modeling Advanced geometry creation tools (work features, area lofts, sweeps, and coils) Analysis tools Generative shape design using Shape Generator Creating and editing basic surfaces, importing surfaces, and surface repair tools iFeatures and iParts Importing data from other CAD systems and making edits. Working with AutoCAD DWG files. Freeform modeling Emboss and Decal features Advanced Drawing tools (iPart tables, surfaces in drawing views, and custom sketched symbols) Adding notes with the Engineer's Notebook Prerequisites The material assumes a mastery of Autodesk Inventor basics as taught in Autodesk Inventor Introduction to Solid Modeling. Students should know how to create and edit parts, use work features, create and annotate drawing views, etc. The use of Microsoft Excel is required for this training course.

Up and Running with AutoCAD 2018

Author: Elliot J Gindis
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128141115
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Up and Running with AutoCAD 2018: 2D Drafting and Design provides a combination of step-by-step instruction, examples and insightful explanations on the topic. It emphasizes core concepts and practical application of AutoCAD in engineering, architecture and design. Equally useful in instructor-led classroom training, self-study, or as a professional reference, the book is written by a long-time AutoCAD professional and instructor who presents topics that work in the industry and classroom. The book has been pared down to focus on 2D drafting and design, making it appropriate for a one-semester course. Strips away complexities and reduces AutoCAD to basic, easy-to-understand concepts Teaches the essentials of operating AutoCAD first, immediately building student confidence Documents all basic commands, giving the student what they need to type in and how AutoCAD responds Includes new exercises and projects for the AutoCAD 2018 version Offers online bonus content on AutoCAD 3D basics