Learn how to use the Autodesk Inventor 2017 Presentation Environment to create presentations and animations. In this webcast, attendees will: - Understand how presentation files can be used to document an assembly model. - Create a presentation file with an animation of how an assembly is to be assembled. - Create a presentation file with Snapshot views that can be used in drawing views. - Publish a presentation file to create images and videos The exercises in this webcast are taken from the Autodesk Inventor 2017 Introduction to Solid Modeling guide.
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The new and improved Autodesk Inventor 2021 CAM Milling Fundamentals learning guide is now available with both 2D and 3D milling.
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