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Emboss/engrave text on an Inventor 3D part.

A - answer Autodesk Inventor (R6 and higher) can include texts in the sketch environment. The text (font) outlines are standard closed sketch outlines which can be used for solid modeling.

So you can extrude or subtract 3D objects created from text outlines (embossing and engraving).

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12.9.2010    6777×  
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applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 11311:Importing STL files directly into AutoCAD.
Tip 11234:3D relief on model surface in Autodesk Fusion 360.
Tip 10938:The Publish property at View representations.
Tip 10884:Simple detection of a 2D/3D DWG or an empty DWG.
Tip 10521:Controlling size of 3D model by changing drawing dimensions in Inventor.


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