Autodesk Inventor Tips: Temporarily Disable Inferred Constraint & Close Sketch
Recently we posted ‘Autodesk Inventor Tip: Tangent Constraint and Scrub Geometry‘ and now we are sharing two new tips from our “120 Autodesk Inventor Tips” vault.
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#5 Temporarily Disable Inferred Constraint
In some cases the inferred constraint feature can get in the way and apply a constraint you don’t want, especially if you have a complex sketch.
To temporarily disable the inferred constraint feature, while active in a sketch command, hold the Ctrl key on the keyboard.
#6 Close Sketch
You can automatically close a sketch while active in the Line command.
Follow these steps:
While Line command is active Right-click in the graphics window.
Select Close from the Marking Menu Overflow Menu
Closed loop profile is created
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