Course description

Autodesk Inventor is a professional-grade 3D computer-aided design (CAD) software application developed by Autodesk, Inc. It is primarily used for product design, engineering, and simulation. Inventor is widely employed by engineers, designers, and manufacturers to create 3D digital prototypes of mechanical and industrial products before they are physically manufactured.

Here are some key features and functionalities of Autodesk Inventor:

Parametric Modeling: Inventor uses a parametric modeling approach, allowing users to create 3D models that are defined by parameters and constraints. This means that if you change a parameter, such as the dimensions of a part, the software automatically updates all related components and drawings accordingly.

Assembly Design: Users can create complex assemblies of multiple parts and components, defining how they fit together and move relative to each other. This is crucial for designing complex machinery and systems.

Sheet Metal Design: Inventor includes specialized tools for designing sheet metal parts, including the ability to create flat patterns for manufacturing.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA): It offers simulation and stress analysis capabilities, allowing engineers to test the performance and strength of their designs under various conditions and loads.

Design Automation: Inventor supports automation through its API (Application Programming Interface), allowing users to create custom scripts and add-ons to automate repetitive tasks or customize the software for specific workflows.

2D Drafting and Documentation: While it's primarily a 3D modeling tool, Inventor also provides tools for creating 2D drawings and documentation, including detailing and annotation

Interoperability: It supports a wide range of file formats, making it compatible with other CAD software and facilitating collaboration with colleagues and partners.

Collaboration and Cloud Integration: Autodesk has integrated cloud-based collaboration tools, such as Autodesk Fusion 360 and Autodesk 360, which enable teams to work together on projects from different locations and devices.

Inventor is often used in industries like manufacturing, engineering, automotive, aerospace, and product design. It helps streamline the product development process, reduce errors, and improve the overall efficiency of designing and producing complex products and systems.

What will i learn?

  • Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Senior Mechanical Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Designer


  • Computer + Headphone

Frequently asked question

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) software used for product design, engineering, and simulation. It helps create digital prototypes of mechanical and industrial products.

System requirements may change with software versions, so it's best to check Autodesk's official website for the most up-to-date information. Generally, you'll need a compatible Windows PC with sufficient RAM, a capable graphics card, and a multi-core processor.


Our Vision is to empower individuals with technical expertise to overcome the industrial challenges in any dynamic field and enable them to excel in a rapidly advancing world.

The program curriculums have been designed in accordance with the industrial requirements and in collaboration with academia and industry practitioners. The training faculties provide maximum guidance and support to the students throughout the course thereby enabling them to complete the programs successfully within the stipulated course duration. The programs are taught both online and offline, as per the student requirement. We provide 100% placement assistance to the participants that successfully complete the programs.




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Expiry period

12 Months

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