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Autodesk Inventor 2021 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2021. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2021 iLogic Essentials
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The Autodesk Inventor iLogic Essentials 2021 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, u more...sing Inventor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. The course is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by `automating` the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create `intelligent` parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more. The course also address the addition of forms that can be created using iLogic. This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course (such as our Autodesk Inventor Essentials course).


Autodesk Inventor 2021 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2021 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2021 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begi more...n testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor Essential and Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended


Autodesk Inventor 2020 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2020. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2020 iLogic Essentials
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The Autodesk Inventor iLogic Essentials 2020 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, u more...sing Inventor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. The course is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by `automating` the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create `intelligent` parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more. The course also address the addition of forms that can be created using iLogic. This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course (such as our Autodesk Inventor Essentials course).


Autodesk Inventor 2020 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2020 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2020 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begi more...n testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor Essential and Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended


Autodesk Inventor 2019 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2019. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2019 iLogic Essentials
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The Autodesk Inventor iLogic Essentials 2019 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, u more...sing Inventor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. The course is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by `automating` the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create `intelligent` parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more. The course also address the addition of forms that can be created using iLogic. This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course (such as our Autodesk Inventor Essentials course).


Autodesk Inventor 2019 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2019 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2019 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begi more...n testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor Essential and Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended


Autodesk Inventor 2014 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2014. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2014 iLogic Essentials
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The Autodesk Inventor iLogic Essentials 2014 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, u more...sing Inventor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. The course is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by `automating` the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create `intelligent` parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more. The course also address the addition of forms that can be created using iLogic. This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course (such as our Autodesk Inventor Essentials course).


Autodesk Inventor 2014 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2014 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2014 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begi more...n testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor Essential and Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended


Autodesk Inventor 2013 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2013. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2013 iLogic Essentials
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The Autodesk Inventor iLogic Essentials 2013 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, u more...sing Inventor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. The course is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by `automating` the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create `intelligent` parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more. The course also address the addition of forms that can be created using iLogic. This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course (such as our Autodesk Inventor Essentials course).


Autodesk Inventor 2013 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2013 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experienced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepare their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2013 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experenced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor Essential and Autodesk Inventor Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended


Autodesk Inventor 2012 Cable and Harness Design
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In this courseware, students learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting 3D elect more...rical parts and wire harness designs using Autodesk® Inventor® 2012. Students learn how to add electrical components, cables, and wires to a design, route wires through an assembly to create a harness, and create ribbon cables. Students also learn how to document the wire harness assembly in drawings and generate reports used to build the wire harnesses.

 6 hrs.    

• Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows. • Autodesk Inventor parametric part and assembly design. • Mechanical design validation or mechanical engineering principles (recommended but not necessary).


Autodesk Inventor 2012 Simulation FEA Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor 2012 Simulation FEA Essentials gives the experenced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more...analyzing their design with Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Users will learn how to prepair their model and run the analysis on either parts or assemblies.

 4 hrs.    

Solid understanding of Autodesk Inventor


Autodesk Inventor 2012 Simulation Kinematic Essentials
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Autodesk Inventor Simulation Kinematic Essentials gives the experenced Autodesk Inventor user the the tools required to begin more... testing the kinematic motion of their design. Designers will learn how to prepare their assembly, run the simulation, analyze the results, and share the results with Inventor Stress Analysis.

 8 hrs.    

Autodesk Inventor 2012 Essential and Autodesk Inventor 2012 Stress Analysis (FEA) are recommended.


Autodesk Inventor 2011 iLogic Essentials
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The Inventor iLogic Essentials 2011 course is designed to effectuate active user involvement in Rule-based Design, using Inve more...ntor iLogic. Considered the next evolution of parametric design, this Rule-based Design add-on is a simple way of recording and reusing engineering concepts and knowledge while creating parts and assemblies. iLogic Essentials 2011 is designed to take design engineers to the next level of productivity by 'automating' the design process ,while creating parts or assemblies using Inventor iLogic. In this course, users will be taught to simplify design processes by creating rules to: use Excel sheets to input values; suppress and activate features; trigger rules based on events such as file open/close, parameter change, etc; create 'intelligent' parametric iLogic components for use in assemblies, and select drawing views, and many more.</br></br>This course has been created for Design engineers with little or no programming expertise. However, users with programming experience will find this course useful to streamline or automate their design process and achieve a lot more in Inventor.

 8 hrs.    

Completion of the Autodesk Inventor entry-level course or any other equivalent course in Inventor.