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CADGorilla - Revit+Inventor+Autocad (2011-2013)
Год выпуска: 2012
Производитель: CADGorilla
Сайт производителя:
Автор: Shaun Bryant
Продолжительность: Более 20 часов
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Язык: Английский


Revit 2011 for Beginners
This course teaches users the basics of Revit Architecture by producing a complete building design from start to finish. Written from the perspective of brand new users, Revit for Beginners provides an introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and 3D architectural design using Revit. This course walks you through the creation of a contemporary, two story, residential building model, while providing in-depth explanations of the tools used along the way. You’ll learn how to create walls, floors, windows, roofs, doors, floor plans, as well as custom 3D camera views, and even generate photorealistic 3D renderings. Within about 2 hours, you’ll have the skills you need to comfortably begin working on your own designs with Revit Architecture.
Duration: 190 minutes
Inventor 2011 for Beginners
This course quickly introduces users to 3D parametric modeling using Autodesk Inventor. Written from the perspective of brand new users, within 2 hours you will learn how to navigate the interface, create sketches, set up parametric relationships, and create 3D models. You will also learn the basics of creating assemblies from your parts, and how to generate production-ready 2D drawings of your 3D parts and assemblies. This course is ideal for anyone looking to get comfortable using Autodesk Inventor, in a short amount of time. No experience is required.
Autodesk Inventor 2011 CertifiedThis course is Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certified. It has met the guidelines and testing criteria established by Autodesk, and represents the highest standards of quality and compatibility for the software.
Duration: 120 minutes
Inventor 2011 Essentials
Are you ready to take your Inventor skills to the next level? This concept-based course provides you with a complete library of essentials skills used by professional designers to create Parts and Assemblies. Our teaching methodology lets you learn the underlying principles behind a tool, as opposed to simply being shown how to use them in one particular situation. This course covers topics such as Sketching, Sketched Features, Placed Features, Work Features, Reference Geometry, Patterned Geometry, Design Strategies, i-Parts, Assemblies, and includes Hands-on Exercises that reinforce what you learn. This course is great even if you’ve never used Inventor, and is even better if you’ve gone through our Inventor for Beginners course. No experience is required.
Autodesk Inventor 2011 CertifiedThis course is Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certified. It has met the guidelines and testing criteria established by Autodesk, and represents the highest standards of quality and compatibility for the software.
Duration: 253 minutes
Inventor 2011 Drawings
Do you need to create 2D drawings using Autodesk Inventor? This course walks you through the most commonly used features and functions for creating production-ready drawings based on your 3D parts and assemblies. In this course we show you how to add drawing views, dimensions, annotations, display options, and lots of other commands and options for detailing. Working with Assembly Drawings? No problem. This course shows you how to create Exploded views, Balloons, Parts Lists, Bill of Materials, Assembly Section Views, and even how to set up your own custom sheet formats and templates.
Pre Requisite: Since creating 2D drawings in inventor relies on first having a completed 3D part or assembly, we highly recommend going through our Inventor for Beginners, or Essentials courses. If you know how to create 3D parts and assemblies, this course will show you how to take advantage of the power of 3D to leverage in your 2D documentation.
Autodesk Inventor 2011 CertifiedThis course is Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certified. It has met the guidelines and testing criteria established by Autodesk, and represents the highest standards of quality and compatibility for the software.
Duration: 88 minutes
Inventor 2012 Advanced Parts
This course provides you with a comprehensive look at the features and options for advanced part design in Autodesk Inventor. Topics include: 3D Sketching, Curve Creation, Advanced Fillets, Advanced Sweeps, Lofts, Ribs, Multibody Parts, Draft, Text, Decals and more. If you’ve already gone through our Inventor Essentials course, or are looking for more in depth training to learn how complex geometry can be created in Inventor, this is the course for you!
Duration: 105 minutes
Inventor 2013 Advanced Assemblies
Inventor Advanced Assemblies was designed to build on the Inventor Essentials foundation for assembly design. In this course you will learn topics such as Assembly Structure, Assembly Features, Component Patterns, Advanced Constraints, Troubleshooting Constraints, Representations, Top-Down Assembly Design, and File Management. This course is ideal for experienced users as well as new users having completed our Inventor Essentials course. It also serves as an excellent reference tool for users of all skill levels.
Duration: 172 minutes
AutoCAD 2011 Essentials
Do you need to be proficient with AutoCAD? This course teaches you the Essential skills for AutoCAD, as well as the Tips and Tricks used by experienced AutoCAD users. Written by Shaun Bryant, an Autodesk Approved instructor; Shaun’s been teaching AutoCAD for over 12 years. This course gets you comfortable with basic commands and navigation quickly, and takes your skills to the next level by providing in-depth instruction on topics such as Modelspace, Paperspace, Viewports, Title Blocks, Text and Attributes, Dimensions, Annotations, Content reuse such as blocks, Layouts, Page Setups, and even Plotting and Publishing your drawings. This course was designed to get working smartly and efficiently with the Essential skills in AutoCAD in a short amount of time. No experience required.
Duration: 442 minutes


Revit for Beginners
Introduction to Revit
Course Introduction
What is Revit?
View Manipulation
Reference Planes
The Project
Starting the Project and Adding Levels
Creating Reference Planes
Exterior Walls
Modifying Walls
Adding the Interior walls
Foundation Walls
Creating the First Floor
The Second Floor
Section Views
Stairs and Railings
Curtain Wall
Customizing the Roof
Customizing Walls - I
Customizing Walls - II
Finishing the Floors
Grid and Columns
Adding components
Floor Plans and Customizing Views
Creating Camera Views
Rendering Basics
Creating Sheets
Inventor for Beginners
Inventor Introduction
Course Introduction
Inventor Overview
View Manipulation
Navigation Bar
Introducing Parts
Starting a Part
Sketch Tools
Automatic Constraints
Fully Constraining the Sketch
Sketches on Faces
Extrude Contours
Extrude with Cut Option
Rectangular Patterns
Holes from Sketch
Introducing Assemblies
Placing Components
Positioning Parts
Mate Constraint
Insert Constraint
Interference Analysis
Design Changes
Contact Sets
Exploded Views
Introducing Drawings
Base View
Projected View
Section View
Detail View
Assembly Drawings
Parts Lists
Inventor Essentials
Course Introduction
Inventor Overview
View Manipulation
Navigation Bar
The Sketch Environment
Automatic Constraints
Geometric Constraints
Fully Constrained Sketches
Sketch Fillets
Sketch Mirroring
Offset Entities
Projected Geometry
Sketched Features
Sketched Features Introduction
Extrude Profiles and Extents
Extrude with Cut Option
Revolve with Cut Option
Placed Features
Placed Features Introduction
Work Features
Work Features Introduction
Planes I
Planes II
Work Axes
Work Points
Grounded Work Points
User Coordinate Systems
Patterned Geometry
Patterned Geometry Introduction
3D Mirroring
Mirroring Bodies
Rectangular Patterns
Circular Patterns
Curve Driven Pattern
Design Strategies
Introducing Parts
Starting a Part
Picking a Plane
Design Intent
Editing Parts
Feature Suppression
Parent Child Relations
iParts Introduction
Dimension Changes
Feature Suppression
Introducing Assemblies
Placing Components
Positioning Parts
Introducing Constraints
Degrees of Freedom
Mate Constraint
Insert Constraint
Offset Constraint
Angle Constraint
Tangent Constraint
Constraint Alignment
Alt + Drag Constraints
Analyze Interference
Collision Detection
Contact Sets
Bill of Materials
Assembly Appearances
Find in Window
Exploding Assemblies
Top Down Assembly Design A
Top Down Assembly Design B
Exercise Introduction
Part Exercise I A
Part Exercise I B
Part Exercise I C
Part Exercise II A
Part Exercise II B
Part Exercise II C
Part Exercise III A
Part Exercise III B
Part Exercise III C
Part Exercise III D
Assembly Exercise I
Assembly Exercise I B
Inventor Drawings
Part Drawings
Introducing Drawings
Base View
Projected View
Auxiliary View
Section View
Detail View
Broken View
Ordinate Dimensions
Baseline Dimensions
Chain Dimensions
Display Options
View Alignment
Note Annotations
Center Marks
Assembly Drawings
Assembly Drawings Introduction
Assembly Section View
Slice Views
Exploded View
Parts Lists
Parts List vs. BOM
Auto Balloons
Design Changes
Sheet Formats and Templates
Custom Sheet Formats
Sketched Symbols
Create Custom Templates
Pre-Defined Drawing Views
Presentation Files for Exploded Views
Inventor Advanced Parts
Advanced Sketching
3D Sketching - Intro
3D Sketching
3D Sketching with Planes
Helical Curves
Importing XYZ Points
Project to Face
Intersection Curve
Silhouette Curve
Advanced Fillets
Advanced Fillets Intro
Additional Fillet Options
Variable Radius Fillets
Face Fillets
Full Round Fillets
Curvature Continuous Fillets
Sweeps Introduction
The Basic Sweep
Path Options
Guide Rails
Profile Orientation
Swept Cut
Lofts Introduction
The Basic Loft
Loft Profiles
Closing Lofts
Guide Rails
Profile Geometry
Cutting with a Loft
Ribs Introduction
Mold Drafts
Mounting Boss
Multibody Parts
Multibody Parts
Splitting Bodies
Additional Features
Geometry Text
Sketch Points
Inventor Advanced Assemblies
Working in Assemblies
Assembly Browser
Selection Filters
Object Visibility
Skeletal Modeling
Assembly Structure
Creating Sub-Assemblies
Creating New Subassemblies
Flexible Sub-Assemblies
Folders vs. Sub-Assemblies
Sub-Assemblies in Drawings
Assembly Features
Assembly Feature
Feature Scope
Assembly Fillets
Assembly Chamfers
Component Patterns
Rectangular Patterns
Circular Patterns
Associative Feature Patterns
Mirroring Components
Copy Components
Advanced Contraints
Constraint Limits
Rotation Constraint
Rotation-Translation Constraint
Transitional Constraint
Constraint Sets
Extracting iMates
Matching iMates
Troubleshooting Constraints
Assembly Constraint Errors
Repairing Constraint Errors - Part A
Repairing Constraint Errors - Part B
Replace Constraint Entities
View Representations
Position Representations
Levels of Details
Linking Levels of Details (LOD)
Top Down Assembly Design
Introduction to Top Down Design
In-Place Editing
Component Visibility
Adaptive Features - Part A
Adaptive Features - Part B
Creating a Component In Place
Removing Adaptive References - Part A
Removing Adaptive References - Part B
Removing Adaptivity
Turn Off Adaptivity
File Management
File Relationships
Project Files
Pack and Go
AutoCAD Essentials
Introduction to AutoCAD
What is AutoCAD?
Interface 101
Model & Layouts
Viewport Scaling
The User Interface
Application Menu
Icon Toolbars
Command Line
Dynamic Input
Dialog Boxes
Shortcut Menu
Status Bar
View Cube
Zooming and Panning
The Mouse Wheel
The Navigate Panel
Zoom Window
Zoom Object
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Zoom All
Zoom Extents
Real Time Zoom
Real Time Pan
The Navigation Bar
Drafting Settings
Using Icons
Quick Properties (QP)
Selection Cycling
Modelspace and Paperspace
Model Tab
Layout Tabs
Quick View Layouts
Quick View Drawings
Setting Up the Model Tab (Modelspace)
Setting your Units
Setting your Limits
Layer Properties Manager
Layer Pull Down Menu
Freezing/Thawing Layers
Layers ON/OFF
Locking layers
Drawing in Modelspace
Line Command
Arc Command
Circle Command
Polygon Comand
Polyline Command
Rectangle Command
Copy and OTRACK
Copy and Paste
Text in Modelspace
Hatch Command
Using Viewports in Layouts
Layer Management Tools
Creating Viewports
Viewport Scales
Locking Viewports
Rotating Viewports
Creating a Title Block
Modelspace Limits
Setting your Layers
Rectangle Command
Offset Command
Explode and Erase
Trim and Extend
Point Styles
Text and Attributes
Single Line Text (DTEXT)
Multi Line Text (MTEXT)
Defining Attributes
Converting the Title Block
Making a Block
Tidying Up
Save As a DWG
Content Reuse
Utilizing Layer 0
Dynamic Blocks
Inserting a Block
Grip Editing
Tool Palettes
Design Center
Managing Tool Palettes
Exporting Tool Palettes
Making a DWG from a Block
Redefining a Block
Converting to a Drawing Template
Options Dialog
Creating A Template (DWT)
DWG from a DWT File
DWG File Management
Dimensions and Annotations
Measuring Tools
Using the Dimension Panel
Using Annotative Scaling
Viewport Scales
More Annotation Scaling
Using Multileaders
Setting up Viewports
Visible Viewport Layers
Locking Viewport Scales
Layouts and Page Setups
Setting Layout Properties
Page Setups
Plotting your Drawing
Plotting from the Model Tab
Plotting - Layouts and Colors
Publishing your Drawing
Using the Publish Command
Using eTransmit
Plotting to PDF
Plotting to DWF
DWF Design Review
DWG TrueView
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