Learn the Basics of Autodesk Inventor

Out of all the CAD and BIM applications that I have worked with throughout my career, if I had to pick a favorite it would be Autodesk Inventor. I love working in 3D, and I really enjoy the workflow in Autodesk Inventor.

I just completed the development of a series of videos that will teach you the fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor. There are 66 videos with a running time of approximately 6 hours. Best of all, the price is right…free!

The videos start at ground zero with learning the Autodesk Inventor user interface. Then you are taken through the creation of sketches, solid parts, assemblies, presentations, and detail drawings.

Click the following link to check out the videos. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel if you found the content helpful! A full list of the videos is below.

Autodesk Inventor Fundamentals YouTube Playlist

Autodesk Inventor User Interface
Autodesk Inventor Viewing Tools
Creating the Base Feature in Autodesk Inventor
Autodesk Inventor Sketching Tools
Autodesk Inventor Sketch Constraints
Autodesk Inventor Sketch Dimensions
Autodesk Inventor Sketch Editing Tools
Autodesk Inventor Sketched Secondary Features
Creating Chamfers in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Fillets in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Holes and Threaded Features in Autodesk Inventor
Autodesk Inventor – Creating Work Points
Autodesk Inventor – Creating Work Axes
Autodesk Inventor – Creating Work Planes
Autodesk Inventor – Working with Equations and Parameters
Autodesk Inventor – Creating a Face Draft
Creating a Split Feature in Autodesk Inventor
Creating a Shell Feature in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Ribs in Autodesk Inventor
Reordering and Suppressing Features in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Section Views and Design Views in Autodesk Inventor
Fixing Sketch and Feature Problems in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Sweep Features in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Loft Features in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Rectangular Patterns in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Circular Patterns in Autodesk Inventor
Mirroring Features in Autodesk Inventor
Feature Relationships in Autodesk Inventor
Creating an Autodesk Inventor Assembly and Placing Components
Autodesk Inventor Assembly Constraints: Mate and Flush
Autodesk Inventor Assembly Constraints: Angle
Autodesk Inventor Assembly Constraints: Insert
Working with Joint Connections in Autodesk Inventor Assemblies
Moving and Rotating Assembly Components in Autodesk Inventor
Adjusting the Display of Assembly Components in Autodesk Inventor
Working with Section Views and Design Views in Autodesk Inventor Assemblies
Autodesk Inventor Measurement Tools
Autodesk Inventor Presentation Files: Creating Animations
Autodesk Inventor Presentation Files: Creating Snapshots
Replacing Components in an Autodesk Inventor Assembly
Duplicating Autodesk Inventor Assembly Components
Restructuring Autodesk Inventor Assembly Components
Driving Autodesk Inventor Assembly Constraints
Analyzing Interference between Autodesk Inventor Assembly Components
Creating Parts in an Autodesk Inventor Assembly
Creating Features in an Autodesk Inventor Assembly
Working with the Bill of Materials in an Autodesk Inventor Assembly
Working with Autodesk Inventor Project Files
Creating a New Drawing and Modifying Sheets in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Base and Projected Views in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Detail Views in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Section Views in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Broken Views in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Auxiliary Views in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Break Out Views in Autodesk Inventor
Adding Model Dimensions in Autodesk Inventor
Creating General Dimensions in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Baseline and Chain Dimensions in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Ordinate Dimensions in Autodesk Inventor
Editing Dimensions in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Parts Lists and Adding Balloons in Autodesk Inventor
Adding Text and Symbols in Autodesk Inventor
Adding Hole and Thread Notes in Autodesk Inventor
Adding Center Marks and Center Lines in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Hole Tables in Autodesk Inventor
Creating Revision Tables and Adding Revision Tags in Autodesk Inventor

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