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How to attach dimensions to a 3D model in Inventor?

A - answer You can add any 2D or 3D dimensions to a 2D or 3D view in Inventor.

Create a 3D view (e.g. isometric, rendered) on your drawing sheet. Go to the Annotation panel/ribbon and start the Dimension command. You can pick any geometry or points to add linear, angular or radius dimensions to your part or assembly model.

3D dimensions in Inventor

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14.7.2009    21360×  
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See also:
Tip 11643:Breaking dimension extension lines in Inventor.
Tip 11494:Entering decimal values using fractions in CAD applications.
Tip 10742:How to project a part origin to a drawing view?
Tip 10521:Controlling size of 3D model by changing drawing dimensions in Inventor.
Tip 10400:Adding reliefs (undercuts) to shafts in Inventor.

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