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    Default MA15-1L: Derived Parts in Autodesk Inventor

    Instructors: Bill Fane and Christiaan Bowen (Assistant); Brian Verboort (Assistant)

    Class Description: Derived parts are a powerful but easy-to-use too in Inventor. They come in two basic flavors: you can derive a part from another one, or you can derive a part from an assembly. Using derived parts, you can easily create machining models and drawings from an as-cast model, and you can create a mold from the same model. The mold cavity can be scaled to allow for shrinkage. Opposite-hand versions can also be created from the base part and from any subsequent derived parts. If the basic part is changed then everything updates.
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