Plastic Gear & Mold Design using Autodesk Inventor
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Software Trial Installation1:40
Helpdesk Support Features2:06
Designing a Plastic Gear9:45
Starting the Mold Design3:20
Completing the Mold's Core13:44
Mold Base & Assembly11:41
Finishing the Mold Design10:40
Running a Dynamic MoldFlow Simulation10:29
Steps to attend a FREE Intro Class1:14
About This Class
Welcome to 3D Training Institute's Quick Start Video Series: If you are a beginner looking to learn Autodesk Inventor, these videos will give you a quick overview of the software to help you decide if you seriously want to pursue a career in 3D.
In this project-based course you will learn:
- Autodesk Inventor's Core Interface and Navigation
- Introduction to Inventor's unique Project Workflow
- Digitally proto-type a plastic gear and build the design's mold apparatus
- Run a dynamic moldflow simulation & analysis
After this course, you will have created your own basic proto-type that walks you through step by step how to work on a project from start to finish such as digital proto-typing, building a mold design and running a dynamic moldflow simulation.
Included in this course is a link to download the 30 day trial version of Inventor (Courtesy of Autodesk) and approx 60 minutes of training video provided by 3D Training Institute. The average student will complete this course in approximately 2-4 hours.
And if you enjoy your experience working in the software and you are interested in professional training to find work in this field visit our site and sign up for a free one hour intro class for more information.
Also when you visit our site, don't forget to check out our company news page to see how the 3D Training Institute's unique training methodology has helped our students launch a successful career in the 3D industry.
3D Training Institute (3DTi) is the leading provider of short-term production-based training programs in Autodesk Software. Popular trade magazines have recognized 3DTi as “One of the top schools, where students can put their careers on the fast track.”
3DTi was one of the first companies to offer simulated on-the-job training in a live online production environment. 3DTi is an authorized Autodesk Training Center (ATC) and is licensed by the New York State Education Department (BPSS).
For more information, visit http://www.3DTraining.com