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How to enter angles in the format degrees-minutes-seconds in Inventor?

A - answer When entering or editing angle dimensions or in other cases of entering angles in Inventor, you can use not only decimal angles but also the angular format degrees - minutes - seconds (DMS) - e.g.:

60°30'30"

Use the characters (delimiters) "°" (circumflex), "'" (apostrophe) a """ (quotes, double-apostrophe).

angular units

Tip credit: R.Seris (cadman181)

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14.5.2015    2172x  
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See also:
Tip 10412:How to enter angles in survey units?
Tip 9579:What is the "at" sign (@) leading some font names in AutoCAD?
Tip 8365:Inventor understands many different measurement units.
Tip 7439:Extended FILLET functionality.
Tip 6558:Entering angles always in degrees.


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