EDD 221 - Parametric Modeling 2
4 Skills Lab Hours
Prerequisites: EDD 135
This is an advanced course in the development of 3-dimensional engineering design models using AutoDesk Inventor feature-based modeling software. Students will construct part models using advanced modeling tools. The creation of part models will be used to produce fully annotated detail drawings and assembly drawings, assembly models and animated presentation assemblies. The application of design variables to parametric features will be used to automate the design and revision process.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Construct assembly models from existing parts using assembly constraints.
- Place standard fasteners from the content library into an assembly model.
- Prepare fully annotated working drawings, including assembly drawings, detail drawings and parts lists.
- Create a parametric model using the sweep tool.
- Use the Inventor Studio to generate a rendered image of an assembly model.
- Create an animated exploded assembly model.
- Generate a part model using dimension variables linked to a spreadsheet to control parametric parameters.
- Apply decals to parts using the decal tool.
- Create embossed and engraved parts.
- Apply threads to a hole and a shaft using the thread tool.
- Apply tolerance dimensions to mating part models.
- Advanced modeling tools
- Extrusions, sweeps and lofts
- Text and emboss tools
- Decal tools
- Reference dimensions
- Revision tables
- Model assembly
- Assembly constraints
- Part libraries and catalogs
- Adaptive parts and parametric relations
- Assembly drawing creations
- Assembly drawing annotation
- Parts list
- Exploded assemblies
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/16/2013
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