Inventor® 3D CAD software provides professional-grade mechanical design, documentation, and product simulation tools.
Powerful blend of parametric, direct, freeform, and rules-based design capabilities.
Integrated tools for sheet metal, frame design, tube and pipe, cable & harness, presentations, rendering, simulation, machine design, and more.
TrustedDWG® compatibility and powerful Model-Based Definition capabilities for embedding manufacturing information directly in the 3D model.
Use powerful 3D modeling and simulation capabilities to design and optimize performance.
Quickly create customizable configurations of your designs and automate common tasks.
Connect your designs with incoming customer data and share ideas in a secure cloud-based service.
The collection is a powerful set of applications that provides extended capabilities to Inventor and AutoCAD for engineers who design complex and custom products, equipment, and systems.
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Autodesk Inventor is used to quickly model, simulate, and communicate design ideas.
Autodesk Inventor is used by mechanical engineers who need automated and specialized tools to design and prepare for manufacturing.
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