Autodesk University Classes for Inventor


With Autodesk University 2020 being online this year and free there’s literally no reason for you not to attend starting November 17th. Once you’ve registered you can literally attend as many classes as you like. Here are four recommendations for classes that I think newbies and advanced users won’t want to miss.

If you’re new to Inventor or you just want to improve your sketching game be sure to check out IM462304-Inventor Sketching: Beyond the Basics. Sketching is literally the foundation of everything inside of Inventor, this class will help you make the best possible sketches each and every time.

If you work with any kind of imported files in inventor you’re going to want to check out MFG462067-Inventor AnyCAD: What is it and how do I use it. This class is going to take a deep dive into everything you need to know about referencing your models, working with Fusion 360, how to do DWG underlays and everything in between.

If you’re using Inventor then you’re probably using Content Center, be sure to attend MFG468330-I want it my way! Customizing the Inventor Content Center. Why use the standard content center files? This class will show you how to totally customize everything about the content center files you leverage each and every day.

Autodesk University wouldn’t be complete unless you attended IM463448-Looking into the Crystal Ball: The Future of Inventor. These crystal ball sessions allow you to interact directly with the product development team, see what’s coming in future releases, and provide valuable feedback to the team that builds Autodesk Inventor.

You can browse through all the classes here:

See you at #AU2020

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