Autodesk Inventor Skill Builders
Did you know, Autodesk has an section called Skill Builder
What is a Skill Builder ?
You might have come across Body Builder that’s just building your body although you might show your muscular skills, but that might not be enough, as you need Skills to build your knowledge, to have your daily bread
Well, that’s enough, see below all about Autodesk Inventor Skill Builder
Autodesk publishes Skill Builders to help you continue learning about Autodesk® Inventor® software in between our annual releases. Many Inventor Skill Builders include a data set and step-by-step instructions similar to Inventor tutorials. Others include animations and images that demonstrate a feature or workflow.
Learn more about Dynamic Simulation and Inventor Stress Analysis.
Learn more about assembly bill of materials, how to mirror assembly components, and assembly constraints.
- Content Center
See how to tune the Inventor Content Center to meet your company’s specific needs.
- Design Accelerator
These Skill Builders show you how to design a spur gear connection and how to quickly add a bolted connection to an assembly.
Learn how to define and place sketched symbols in drawings, how to show assemblies in multiple positions in a single view, and more.
- Inventor LT
This is the Inventor 2010 Command Locator, tailor-made for Inventor LT. 1) Make sure Inventor LT is not running. 2) download the zip file 3) place the chm in the Help folder of your Inventor LT 2010 installation. This will overwrite the existing full command locator. You can then access the command locator from the Get Started tab or the Help drop-down menu. (April 2009)
- Inventor Tooling
In this Skill Builder, explore how to use Autodesk Inventor Tooling to customize a mold base layout.
- Manage Information
Learn about improved migration processing and how to package an assembly file and all its file references.
These Skill Builders focus on working with parts, including creating complex part shapes, editing parts on the fly, and creating and using derived parts.
- Routed Systems
These Skill Builders focus on ribbon cables, tube and pipe styles, and more.
Learn how to animate a camera.
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