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Utilizing Presentation Files and Representations in Inventor
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Released Nov 25, 2013
Dan Halsell

Guest Tutor

Dan Halsell
In this series of tutorials we will learn how to create a Presentation file from an assembly. We will also learn how to use Representations in assembly mode. The Representations include level of detail, views, and positions. A drawing will be created and basic drawing tools will be explained.
Introduction and project overview
1

Introduction and project overview

 
00:57
Creating an assembly for the Presentation file
2

Creating an assembly for the Presentation file

 
06:36
Exploring the Presentation file mode
3

Exploring the Presentation file mode

 
10:40
Tweaking and animating Presentation files
4

Tweaking and animating Presentation files

 
08:46
Understanding Representations and why we need them
5

Understanding Representations and why we need them

 
08:42
Representations: Level of detail
6

Representations: Level of detail

 
07:57
Using Representations on a drawing
7

Using Representations on a drawing

 
09:57
Creating additional views for drawing use
8

Creating additional views for drawing use

 
06:19
Adding views of your assembly
9

Adding views of your assembly

 
09:22
Exploring different ways to show our assembly
10

Exploring different ways to show our assembly

 
07:08
Drawing annotations
11

Drawing annotations

 
08:47
Checking out other drawing options
12

Checking out other drawing options

 
06:29