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Using assemblies in Inventor LT.

A - answer The 3D CAD application Autodesk Inventor LT does not support the assembly (.IAM) environment and templates by default - you will need the full Autodesk Inventor or Fusion 360 - but you can partially use assemblies also in the LT version.

The following video-tip (in Czech) illustrates replacing of the missing assembly template in the Inventor LT environment by using multi-body parts, shared parameters and referenced sketches for individual parts of the designed assembly.

You can get Autodesk Inventor LT for about 150€ - see CAD eShop.

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31.5.2016    2492×  
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See also:
Tip 11886:STEP file from ProE is loaded into Inventor with part numbers, not names.
Tip 11880:How to convert an assembly to a multi-body part and vice-versa?
Tip 11790:How to get a hi-res image of an Inventor assembly (for a brochure, billboard...)?
Tip 11732:How to sort BOM or parts list by part number in Inventor? (iLogic)
Tip 11464:How to make a fast Inventor Studio animation without rendering?


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