Introduction to the Autodesk Inventor CAD package. Topics will include sketching, technical drawing creation, solid model creation, assemblies and maybe stress analysis anyone wants to learn it.
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Must be either enrolled in high school or University, or have a shady moral compass. The software is free to download with a year long license through Autodesk's facebook page, as long as you say you're a student
Ill send out a message each Sunday (starting the 26th) telling you which tutorials to complete for the week. I'll be available with Skype and screen sharing capabilities to help you learn. The tutorials are located on the tutorials tab of the ribbon, in Autodesk Inventor.
It says no live lectures for now. If people are having a lot of issues with the tutorials, I may change this and do them with the class on Sunday afternoons.
I'm a third year Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering double major at the University of California at Davis who has been working with Autodesk for 8 years now. My current research work requires me to use it for modeling of test parts to use to try out cutting edge machining technology. I've also used it to model a plane for a school aerospace SAE team.