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Splines are very common in Autodesk inventor. These are the primary object for creating a 3D model using the software. They come in many shapes, sizes and colors and can be used to create smooth curves, sharp corners and even complex objects like building facades.

Ellipses are an integral part of technical writing. They are used to indicate that something is missing or not understood in the text. It's possible to create them with a circle, a series of dots and dashes, or even an underscore.

In Autodesk Inventor, text is mainly used to create 3D models. Ellipses are a great way to make text more readable in the program. They can be used as direct references for a 3D model, and they also provide support in creating popular shapes such as circles, squares and triangles.

Splines are useful in Autodesk Inventor because they can be used to create complex shapes with ease. They can also be used to create splines of varying types, dimensions, and end points that are defined by a user.

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