When choosing a topic, I tried timing myself as I quickly ran through the process of how to design a key chain in Autodesk Inventor, and it was too long. I decided to lay things out in the storyboard based on the top 6 items that are required. By the point the students would make the key chain, they should have already made a different project in Inventor. It became apparent that I could leave some steps out, which would cut down the time. Making the storyboard helped me to streamline my thoughts. It also helped me to get all the important information and numbers ready and in one place before starting the video.
Have already started a Standard IPT and a new 2D sketch. Draw a rectangle, 3.188 x .875, hit tab between #'s and enter at the end
Click finish sketch, extrude 0.16, hit enter at the end
Start 2D sketch, use the text tool, change font size to .3-.5, write your name, Ok at the end
Hit ESC to get out of the text tool, Move your name to fit, leaving space on the left for a hole. Click finish sketch
Click on Emboss, click on your name, and click on engrave. Change distance to 0.1, click ok.
Click on Hole Tool, click to the left of your name. Change Reference 1 to 0.25, Reference 2 to 0.4375, Termination to Through All, Diameter to 0.25. Ok, and you are done!