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Inventor Sheet Metal Training Syllabus

Description:
The Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal Design training introduces the concepts and techniques of sheet metal modelling with the Autodesk Inventor software.

The structure of the training follows the typical stages of using the Autodesk Inventor software. That is, to create and edit sheet metal parts, generate flat patterns, and document the designs in drawings.

Duration:
2 Days

Prerequisites:

  • Prior knowledge of 3D solid part modelling using the Autodesk Inventor software.
  • Familiarity with the Microsoft Windows operating system.
  • A background in designing and drafting 3D parts is recommended.
  • Knowledge of sheet metal processing is an asset, but not required.

Objectives:

  • Autodesk Inventor Sheet Metal interface
  • Sheet metal design process
  • Creating base Faces, Contour Flanges, and Contour Rolls
  • Creating secondary Faces, Contour Flanges, and Contour Rolls
  • Sheet metal parameters
  • Creating Flanges
  • Creating Hems, Folds, and Bends
  • Corner Rounds and Chamfers
  • Sheet Metal Cuts (Holes, Cuts, and Punch Features)
  • Corner Seams (Seams and Miters)
  • Generating Flat Patterns
  • Lofted Flanges
  • Rips
  • Unfolding and Refolding
  • Multi-Body Sheet Metal Modeling
  • Documentation and Annotation of drawings
  • Converting solid models to sheet metal models
  • Sheet Metal Styles

HRDF Claimable:

HRDF_logoAs a Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) registered training center, our courses/ training are HRDF claimable.

Authorized Autodesk Training Center:

Trainees / Students completed training will receive Certificate of Completion from Autodesk.


Chapter 1: Introduction to Sheet Metal Modelling
1.1 Sheet Metal Concepts
1.2 Sheet Metal Terminology
1.3 Sheet Metal Environment
1.4 Sheet Metal Design Process

Chapter 2: Sheet Metal Base Features
2.1 Applying Existing Sheet Metal Defaults
2.2 Creating a Face as a Base Feature
2.3 Creating a Contour Flange as a Base Feature
2.4 Creating a Contour Roll as a Base Feature

Chapter 3: Sheet Metal Secondary Features
3.1 Sheet Metal Parameters
3.2 Bend Relief Shapes
3.3 Faces as Secondary Features
3.4 Contour Flanges as Secondary Features
3.5 Contour Rolls as Secondary Features

Chapter 4: Flanges
4.1 Creating Flanges
4.2 Corner Relief Options

Chapter 5: Bending Sheet Metal
5.1 Hems
5.2 Folds
5.3 Bends

Chapter 6: Corner Rounds and Chamfers
6.1 Creating Corner Rounds
6.2 Creating Corner Chamfers

Chapter 7: Sheet Metal Cuts
7.1 Creating Cut Features
7.2 Creating Straight Holes
7.3 Using Punch Tool Features
7.4 Creating a Punch Tool
7.5 Cuts Using Surfaces

Chapter 8: Corner Seams
8.1 Creating Corner Seams and Miters
8.2 Creating Corner Rips
8.3 Converting Corner Seams and Bends

Chapter 9: Flat Pattern Environment
9.1 Creating Flat Patterns
9.2 Orienting Flat Patterns
9.3 Punch Representations
9.4 Bend Angle
9.5 Flat Pattern Cleanup
9.6 Exporting to DXF/DWG

Chapter 10: Lofted Flange and Rips
10.1 Lofted Flange
10.2 Rip

Chapter 11: Unfold and Refold
11.1 Unfold and Refold

Chapter 12: Multi-Body Sheet Metal Modeling
12.1 Multi-Body Modeling

Chapter 13: Documentation and Annotation
13.1 Sheet Metal Drawing Terminology
13.2 Creating Sheet Metal Drawings
13.3 Bend & Punch Notes
13.4 Bend Tables
13.5 Punch Tables
13.6 Bend Order
13.7 Cosmetic Centerlines

Chapter 14: Converting Parts to Sheet Metal
14.1 Converting Solid Models to Sheet Metal
14.2 Non-Ruled Surfaces