Chapter 8. Assembly Design Workflows

Developing a good assembly design workflow is paramount to achieving performance, flexibility, and stability in your designs. In this chapter, you'll explore several types of workflows to achieve that goal.

Included in this chapter is a discussion on how to use subassemblies to enhance performance. Using subassemblies within your design can substantially improve performance and ease of constraining.

Large assembly design is an achievable goal with Inventor. Inventor removes the limitations of memory with a true 64-bit version. If you run the 64-bit version on Windows XP 64 or Windows Vista, your hardware is the limiting factor for RAM instead of the OS. Component count can now be in the hundreds of thousands ...

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