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A geometric constraint is a limit or restriction on the movement of a part or assembly in the design space. In Autodesk Inventor, constraints are often used to control the motion of assemblies and parts.

Geometric constraints are a powerful feature of Autodesk Inventor that help designers achieve their design goals with precision by reducing the number of steps required. Inventor also offers a wide range of tools for surface construction.

In Autodesk Inventor, a geometric constraint is a type of constraint that is used in the design process to maintain shape of the model. An object constraint is a type of constraint that is used in the design process to maintain position in relation to other objects.

Geometric Constraints Come in a Variety of Forms: Parallelism, perpendicularity, concentricity, and symmetry are examples of geometric restrictions. When two or more lines or axes of curves are equidistant from each other, this is known as parallelism.

In order to create a new geometric constraint, you can use an existing object as the starting point. By using a flat plane as the starting point for the new shape, you can make curved shapes by adding volume to the plane.

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