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annien24

I am totally new to inventor but need to learn it fast!

I am a technology teacher who has been assigned a class to teach Inventor to and I havent a clue,

I have inventor professional 2012 loaded at home but the school computers have inventor professional 2009 installed.

 

I am looking for some tutorials which go through the making of simple products such as a pen or a pencil sharpener for example to more complex models.

 

i have searched online but with no luck does anyone have any links?

 

thanks in advance

 

Annien24

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JD Mather

Read this

http://home.pct.edu/~jmather/AU2006/MA13-3%20Mather.pdf

 

(this for 2010 and later http://home.pct.edu/~jmather/skillsusa%20university.pdf )

 

These tutorials are intended to be for advanced users - but they are step-by-step, so they might be usable by beginners (since I supply the sketches).

http://home.pct.edu/~jmather/content/DSG322/inventor_surface_tutorials.htm

 

Keep in mind that Inventor files are not backward compatible - anything you do in 2012 you will not be able to open in 2009 (unless you File>Save As>Save Copy as type STEP (*.stp).

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JD Mather

Just watch out for the Routed Systems and Simulation tutorials, you won't be ready for those for a couple of years. Advanced stuff.

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annien24

wow thanks guys really appreciate your help!, Thanks JD for the tip on the back dating files, glad I didnt make that mistake

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Lazer

Welcome to the forum annien, I changed the title of the thread for you, can you make sure you don't start a thread with the title 'HELP' as people who search the forum will not find this post.:wink:

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