Applied Day 2018 Overview
Applied Engineering wants to extend a thank you to everyone who participated in our webinars! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Did you miss a webinar? We have compiled all of them on our blog. You can also find them on our YouTube channel.
Win More Bids
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Autodesk Inventor Training
Applied Engineering provides hands-on training to help your employees master the basics of Autodesk Inventor and develop advanced techniques to maximize efficiency on all their design and modeling projects. We offer monthly classes at all our locations as well as on-site training.
Our software experts can come to your facility and customize the course curriculum to fit your business. Whether your employees are Autodesk amateurs or proficient professionals, we offer a range of classes that will improve the productivity of users at any skill level.
Autodesk Inventor Courses Available
- Introduction to Solid Modeling
- Advanced Sheet Metal
- Advanced Part Modeling
- Advanced Assembly Modeling
- Presenting Design Tools & Strategies
- Presenting Designs with Image & Animation Tools
- Design Variations & Representations
What’s New in Inventor 2019
Inventor 2019 improves design workflows with increased performance, better collaboration, and new professional-grade design tools.
Some new features include:
- Hole Command
- iLogic enhancements
- Shared view collaboration
- Performance improvements
- Model-based definition enhancements
- Improved part modeling workflows
- Assembly improvements
Learn more about these features by clicking here.
Watch the Inventor 2019 Overview video.
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