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The Assembly Environment in Autodesk Inventor is a 3D CAD program used for creating and editing assemblies. It enables users to create parts, sub-assemblies, assemblies, and drawings. The programming language used in this software is AutoLisp which allows for the creation of scripts that can be reused for other purposes.

A component is a building block of an Autodesk Inventor design. It can be a floor, wall, or any other object that you can imagine. In order to create many objects in Autodesk Inventor you need to put components together. Components have properties that define their size, shape, & position (location).

The Assembly environment is used for the creation of new components. It contains a number of tools for creating and modifying components, including the Schematic editor, Inspector view, Component Library, and more. The components created in this environment can be assembled into larger systems to build new designs.

The Assembly environment is a machine-based virtual world, where users assemble and write programs. Users create their own worlds with open-ended content and design. The Assembly environment allows users to share their creations on the Marketplace, which is a centralized hub of the community in which people can find more content from others.

Autodesk Inventor has advanced engineering capabilities. It allows engineers to design, simulate, and create physical prototypes. New components allow for unique designs that are quicker and more efficient than traditional methods.

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