In a recent support call, one of our Inventor customers wanted to place a dimension on a theoretical point. He wanted to dimension a diameter of a tapered hole from the outside surface that was consumed by a chamfer on that same hole. Below is an example of the situation, and the dimension he was trying to create.
While working in support we often see the same common issues arise for customers. Here are a few frequently seen problems along with some tips to address them.
It is easy to get stuck in a design tool rut. Due to habit or lack of time to investigate new processes, you may be missing out on some great tricks to increase speed and functionality. I’m going to cover a few of my favorite shortcuts.