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How to create automatic hole axes (centerlines) in Inventor?

A - answer To create the axis (centerline), right-click and choose "Automatic Centerlines" from the context menu.In the dialog "Automatic Centerlines" then se the centerline parameters. You will get generated centerlines in the given view as the result.

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16.5.2017    335×  
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Differences in typed distance/offset values in Inventor sketches. « | » Contour lines on a toposurface are displayed as too thick lines.

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