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Inventor Cable and Harness Design

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The Autodesk Inventor Cable and Harness Design training course instructs delegates in the use of the Autodesk Inventor Cable and Harness environment. Through a hands-on, practice-intensive curriculum, delegates acquire the knowledge needed to design physical cables and harnesses for electrical systems in almost any kind of product or machine. With specific tools to incorporate cable and harness into digital prototypes, the Autodesk Inventor Cable and Harness Design software enables delegates to calculate
accurate path lengths, avoid small-radius bends and help ensure that electrical components fit into the assembly.

Upon completion of the course delegates should be able to describe the functionality of cable and harness and the basic workflow to add and document cable and harness designs, wire a harness assembly by adding or importing wires and cables, adding ribbon cables, adding route segments, and routing wires and cables through the segments and refine a cable and harness design by editing the wires, cables, routes, or cable ribbons, by adding and editing splices or by adding and editing virtual parts. Delegates will learn how to create and annotate 2D drawings and export the design data, create and manage the library file and configuration files, create, author and publish electrical parts and connectors to a custom content center library.

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