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    Default MA43-1: Moving Right Along: The Autodesk Inventor Motion Constraints

    Instructor: Bill Fane

    Class Description: Are you having trouble explaining to others how your new mechanism works? For that matter, are you fairly sure it is even going to work? Autodesk Inventor motion constraints can be a big help. In this course, you will learn how to apply assembly constraints that will allow you to replicate the motion of gears, pulleys, irregular cams, and rack-and-pinion mechanisms. This will include such topics as analyzing mechanism motion during the design phase to ensure proper operation, to check for interference within moving mechanisms, and to drive adaptive components. We will cover several tips, tricks, and techniques that can take motion constraints far beyond the usual textbook coverage. You will also learn how to capture assembly motions to an .AVI file so anyone can view them with the generic Windows Media Player.
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