Surface modelling is usually done in Rhino or Alias, but if you’re stuck simply with access to Autodesk Inventor, don’t fret, we’ve got a training video that will spice up your life.
This video, part of the Infinite Skills series, is only a mere taster – but the full version takes you step by step through the entire process, and even gives you some inspiring projects accomplished, fit for manufacture, at the end.
Not only does it take you through the practicalities of working in Autodesk Inventor, but it is kind enough to give you a run through of all the various terminologies, techniques, and where to find all the relative tools squirrelled away within the user interface.
This episode is produced by our contributor Paul Munford, a man with dulcet tones and a razor sharp knowledge of Inventor (so good, we let him loose with our Autodesk Inventor 2015 review, which you should also check out).
The Infinite Skills series is a paid for tutorial series, although, exclusively for DEVELOP3D readers, we’ve nabbed you a 20 per cent discount, making the Surfacing tutorial and Mastering Autodesk Inventor T-Splines yours for a mere $18.70.
Hope that this has helped you – for more on this topic read our Autodesk Inventor 2015 review here.