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Swept surface is not displayed in my Inventor model.

A - answer Despite you have the object visibility enabled in the browser tree, the 3D surface is not displayed in the model (is invisible, transparent).

The most common reason is that you have disabled display of construction surfaces - see the ribbon View > Visibility > Object Visibility > Construction Surfaces:

Switch them on.
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6.9.2017    1634×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 10859:How to suppress a surface body in rendering of an assembly?

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