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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

Inventor
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14.7.2009    23430×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 12317:How to publish a custom iPart to CC with Color as one of its parameters?
Tip 12264:How to show dimension tolerance in a different color?
Tip 12228:How to set decimal precision (number of dec.places) for Inventor 3D Annotations?
Tip 12046:Random shape and appearance of an Inventor part or assembly.
Tip 11643:Breaking dimension extension lines in Inventor.


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