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Using a switch

Using a switch: Learning Autodesk Subassembly Composer
Using a switch: Learning Autodesk Subassembly Composer

Let's face it: Decisions are limited - they can really only handle two situations. This is perfectly adequate in many cases, but is hardly the only possible scenario that will arise when designing Subassemblies. Switches, as the name implies, allows for the creation of many different scenarios that can be simultaneously analyzed and developed against. This video will introduce a few cases where Switches are helpful, and their proper application

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Skill Level Intermediate
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CAD Civil Engineering AutoCAD Civil 3D

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