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3D Printing Environment - (VIDEO 1 mins 43 sec) A new environment is added to Inventor 2016 that lets you position and orient your design within the print space of the selected 3D printer. You can also update the part in the print environment that does not impact the source document. When you are finished, you can send the results to Print Studio or other printing software to begin printing the part.
Plastic Part Design - (VIDEO 9 Mins + 30 Sec) Get maximum flexibility by combining native Inventor geometry with exterior surface models designed in Alias industrial design software. The relationship between Alias and Inventor can reduce time to market, enabling engineers to start detailed designs earlier, and mechanical engineers to easily incorporate changes from the industrial design team. Plastic part design features include: Advanced shape description, Import from Alias products, Sculpt tool, Surface quality analysis, Moulded part definition, Technical plastic features, Rule fillets & Draft angle and cross section analysis.
Inventor Direct Edit Modelling- (VIDEO 6 mins) - Allows you to make quick edits to existing solids. You can adjust size, shape, and/or location of model features by directly manipulating the geometry. Direct Edit can help you edit models with complex histories.
Shape Generator - (VIDEO 1 min 45 seconds) provides an intelligent strategy for maximizing part stiffness based on the constraints you specify. The technology is integrated into Inventor making it convenient to incorporate in your design process. Shape Generator produces a 3D mesh that can be used to guide your design refinement.
Inventor anyCAD - (VIDEO 2 mins) Work More Efficiently in a Multi-CAD Environment, New Technology for Importing Files from other CAD Systems. • An associative import of CAD data from CATIA, SolidWorks, NX, Pro-E/Creo, and Alias files allows you to maintain a link to the selected file.
Inventor Dynamic Simulation- (VIDEO 9 mins)- Autodesk® Inventor® Professional can simulate and analyse the dynamic characteristics of an assembly in motion under various load conditions. The simulation reveals how parts respond to dynamic loads at any point in the range of motion of the assembly. You can then export load conditions at any motion state to Stress Analysis within Inventor or to Microsoft® Excel®.
Inventor ForceEFFECT - (VIDEO 1min 35 secs) Autodesk® Inventor® Professional can simulate and analyze the dynamic characteristics of an assembly in motion under various load conditions.By defining external forces and moments you can create motion simulations based on position, velocity, acceleration, and torque as functions of time. When defining the behavior of the joints of your assembly, you can take into account friction, damping, stiffness, and elasticity.
Assembly modelling - (VIDEO 6 minutes) - You can combine parts and subassemblies to form an assembly that functions as a single unit. Parts and subassemblies are connected to one another by assembly relationships. Relationships control component placement and Degrees of Freedom. You can edit individual parts or the entire assembly. You can also define a set of features in the assembly that interact with multiple parts.