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D3 offers public training classes and workshops as well as on-site and off-site private training. Check out our training schedule below to find a public class or call (417) 831-7171 to schedule a private class. Students receive certificate upon completion.

*Please be advised that Events & Training Classes are updated once a week. Classes with no registered attendees are subject to cancellation within a week of scheduled date.

Phone: 877.731.7171

Event Details for D3 Inventor Advanced Tools - 3 days (3 days)
Event Type

Paid Training

Course Level

Advanced

Who Should Attend?

Users who have a need for complex part and assembly creation, as well as a determination to cut down on modeling time in the engineering/design department.

Price

$1,395.00

Prerequisite

Basic computer skills and general mechanical industry knowledge along with completion of the D3 Modeling, Drawing and Assembly courses, or instructor approval.

Category

Inventor

 
Details

Want to be an Inventor power user or maybe you’re working towards Inventor Certified Professional status? If so then move beyond the basics and discover how much more Inventor has to offer. Start with advanced modeling functions that address more complex part design involving 3D sketches, advance lofts and sweeps along with surface sculpting. Automate or configure multiple part variations for quick and easy assembly insertion, or create advanced assembly configurations for production ease. Learn how skeleton modeling and derived part modeling can simplify advanced repetitive design conditions. Automate assembly conditions with composite iMate definitions to accelerate complex assembly construction. Lastly, D3 instructors will introduce you to Inventor Studio to create production ready animations and images for sales, manufacturing or client use.

 
When

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 @ 08:30 AM - Friday, November 7th, 2014 @ 04:30 PM

 
Location

Springfield , MO



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