By | June 10, 2023

Autodesk Inventor Pro is a comprehensive suite of solutions for 3D mechanical design and documentation, cable and piping design, mold design, and product performance testing. With Autodesk Inventor Pro, engineers can integrate AutoCAD drawings and other 2D data into a single model, creating a virtual representation of the final product. Checking the form, tolerances and functionality is carried out by means of the program long before the product is launched into production.

Autodesk Inventor Pro provides a complete set of flexible tools for 3D mechanical design, product analysis, tooling, custom design, and design data sharing. Autodesk Inventor Pro helps you move beyond 3D with digital prototyping technology based on a highly accurate 3D model that allows you to design, visualize and analyze products before the first sample is made. ‘s digital prototyping technology Autodesk Inventor Pro improves product quality, reduces development costs, and speeds time to market.

Autodesk Inventor Pro includes easy-to-use and highly collaborative dynamic analysis and stress analysis tools that help you understand real-world behavior of parts and products and bring high-quality products to market faster. Autodesk Inventor Pro automates key aspects of the mold design process for plastic parts and the routing of complex piping and cable networks. Thanks to these features, the risk of errors is reduced and the competitiveness of manufactured products is increased.

Benefits of Autodesk Inventor Pro 2024:

– Design intent
With the new Finish element, industrial production steps can include representation data and properties to document real processes. For example, specify coating materials, heat treatment, surface texture, and paint that can be applied on top of each other, be suppressed or not suppressed by model states.

– Professional grade features
Accelerated hole and punch patterning, customizable or reverse cut elbows (angle not limited to 45 or 90 degrees) in tube and pipe environments, support for custom Image-Based Lighting (IBL) environments to emulate realistic rendering.

– Compliance with the rules for constructing 2D and 3D drawings
Annotate weld symbols in the 3D part and assembly environment (without conversion to weldment), apply sheet or view-based revision clouds in drawings, use the new ISO 13715 rib symbol annotation.

– Improvements requested by users
Rotate section planes, get minimum bounding box with orientation for a part (using the Derived Component command) or for an assembly (using the Derived Component or Simplify command), iLogic, and read-only support through Vault Professional .