Inventor Training Course

Inventor online training course intends to render the benefit of the power of 3D modeling and digital prototyping across several disciplines.

  • 15000
  • 18000
  • Course Includes
  • Live Class Practical Oriented Training
  • 70 + Hrs Instructor LED Training
  • 45 + Hrs Practical Exercise
  • 25 + Hrs Project Work & Assignment
  • Timely Doubt Resolution
  • Dedicated Student Success Mentor
  • Certification & Job Assistance
  • Free Access to Workshop & Webinar
  • No Cost EMI Option

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What you will learn

  • n-depth understanding of user interface of Autodesk Inventor. Modification of sketch using powerful tools
  • Modifying and managing assembly efficiently. Creation of drawings using assembly and parts
  • Transferring sketch into 3D body. Combining sub-assemblies for making one assembly
  • Method of adding essential annotations such as hole info, text dimension, weld info, surface info, etc.
  • Navigating user interface. Creating 2D sketches, 3D parts, views, and assembly designs
  • Preparing dimensions, annotations, and tables. Adopting advanced part-modeling techniques
  • Building basic and complex sheet metal parts, assemblies, and drawings. Preparing and running simulation
  • Describing the process of creating an iAssembly and an iPart


  • Candidates must have knowledge about drafting / designing or mechanical engineering principles, in addition to proficiency in MS Windows OS environments.


|| About Inventor Training Course

The Autodesk Inventor online training course will teach 3D design, validation, and documentation processes using a computer aided software, Inventor, from Autodesk. On developing the basic skills, the course focuses on enhanced productivity in creating assemblies and designing part models. The participants also learn the techniques to streamline the design and documentation process. Sheet metal design concepts along with stress analysis simulation are also introduced in Inventor training classes.


All the knowledge and skill imparted prepares the candidate to appear for the Autodesk Inventor Associate Certification and the Autodesk Inventor Professional Certification. The associate level certification is prerequisite for the professional level certification.  Autodesk Inventor is the world's best-selling 3D modeling and digital prototyping software. It brings the best mechanical, engineering, and design productivity to the new level and reduces designing cycle time. Autodesk Inventor aims to help businesspersons and professionals for utilizing the capabilities of the software. The Autodesk Inventor course will provide users with project-based training to ramp up skills you need to be an expert user.

Course Content

Lecture-1 Getting Started

·      Understanding the User Interface

·      Designing Parametric Parts

·      Using Project Files for Part Design

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-2 Sketching, Constraining & Dimensioning

·      Creating 2D Sketches

·      Constraining the Sketches

·      Adding Dimensioning to Sketches

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-3 Creating and Editing Placed Features

·      Creating and Editing Sketched Features

·      Intermediate Sketching

·      Editing Parametric Parts

·      Creating Work Features

·      Creating Basic Swept Shapes

·      Creating Chamfers and Fillets

·      Creating Holes and Threads

·      Patterning and Mirroring Features

·      Creating Thin-Walled Parts

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-4 Creating and Editing Drawing Views

·      Drawing Creation Environment

·      Creating Styles

·      Setting Drawing Standards

·      Drawing Sheet Preparation

·      Creating Title Blocks and Borders

·      Base and Projected Views

·      Section Views

·      Detail Views

·      Managing Views

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-5 Creating and Documenting Assemblies

·      Designing Assemblies

·      Using Project Files for Assembly Design

·      Placing Existing Components in an Assembly

·      Constraining Components

·      Placing Standard Components Using the Content Center

·      Basic Part Design in an Assembly

·      Identifying Parts in an Assembly

·      Analysis and Motion Tools

·      Presenting Your Assembly

·      Bill of Materials

·      Creating and Customizing Parts Lists

·      Creating Balloons

·      Practical Exercise              

Lecture-6 Dimensions, Annotations, and Tables

·      Automated Dimensioning Techniques

·      Manual Dimensioning Techniques

·      Annotating Holes and Threads

·      Creating Centerlines, Symbols, and Leaders

·      Creating Tables

·      Practical Exercise