Editing part features


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Editing part features

Now that we have a completed part, I wanted to step back for a minute and talk a little bit about editing those features. The one constant in design is change. After completing a part like this, it's common practice to create a prototype or an initial part, maybe do some analysis or testing, and determine whether or not the design works. More often than not, it turns out that changes need to be made. The beauty of Autodesk Inventor is that you can go back and make changes to any of the sketches or any of the modeling features that you used to create this part. In the browser, you see the list of features we've created, Extrusions, Revolves, Holes, and Chamfers.

The sketched features, which are indicated by the plus symbol, show both the extrusion or the modeling future that we created, and the sketch that was used to create that. When you create the modeling feature, the sketch gets consumed and linked to that modeling feature. Say, for example, our first change was to go back and make a ...

Editing part features
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Editing part features provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by John Helfen as part of the Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor

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