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Use Inventor® 3D CAD modeling software for product and mechanical design. Learn about the Inventor modeling, design, simulation, and rendering features.
Create and evaluate high-performing design options in minutes. (video: 1:59 min.)
Focus on design as you create and edit your 3D models with an intuitive user interface. (video: 2:33 min.)
See how your design will go together and perform at the assembly level. (video: 2:43 min.)
Quickly create clear, accurate, detailed drawings for manufacturing. (video: 3:07 min.)
Collaborate on your models or designs online. Anyone can review and comment on shared views in the Autodesk viewer. (video: 2:23 min.)
Maintain an associative link to non-native CAD data. (video: 2:45 min.)
Quickly design and test structural frames. (video: 2:10 min.)
Enable rapid assembly reconfigurations powered by iLogic. (video: 2:00 min.)
Design and prepare complex sheet metal products for manufacturing. (video: 1:42 min.)
Include manufacturing information in your 3D model for downstream applications. (video: 2:10 min.)
Choose your standard components from a comprehensive customizable library.
Convert configurable 3D CAD models into BIM objects.
Use the right modeling tool for every job with parametric, freeform, and direct modeling tools.
Use easy push/pull controls to move, rotate, resize, or scale features from imported geometries.
Freely sculpt the shape of your design by moving points, edges, and faces.
Open DWG™ files directly inside Inventor as the basis for your 3D model.
Design and analyze plastic parts with purpose-built tools in Inventor.
Use built-in calculators to inform the design of common joints such as welds, clamps, and press fits.
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Use a combination of automated tools and full-control design functions in Inventor to build tube and pipe runs.
Integrate your electronics and mechanical designs into a single, complete definition of your product.
Robust search function makes it easy to find files and quickly copy design files. Connects to Vault (included in Product Design & Manufacturing Collection).
Use exploded views and animations of complex assemblies in product documentation, manuals, and assembly instructions.
Apply forces to evaluate the motion, speed, and acceleration of your design.
Run quick checks on parts or perform in-depth analysis of the entire product at any stage.
Show how your product will look with visualization and rendering tools.
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The Product Design & Manufacturing Collection includes Inventor + AutoCAD + Inventor Nastran + Inventor CAM + more
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