Adapt to Reality - Adaptive Modeling With Autodesk Inventor
It’s one thing to design 3D models but the real-world process of part creation never quite seems to fit the constraints and restrictions of the software, does it? In practical application, the size and shape of a component isn’t always defined. It can rely on the geometry of other parts . . . in other words, real things move and change shape! Autodesk Inventor’s adaptive geometry tools let you build elements that change to fit the rest of your design. You can use adaptive modeling when your final part size is unknown, or when your pieces are flexible, like springs and cables. Join ZenTek Consultants for this unique, two-hour, online course where a live instructor will demonstrate applying adaptive geometry to practical mechanical designs.
Our expert instructor will show you how to:
Design non-standard bolted flange joints
Generate duct networks for a floor plan
Add a hydraulic actuator to a mechanical assembly
Simulate compression of a shock absorber spring
Note: Class will be presented using Autodesk Inventor 2020 and that version is required for all students.
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