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The process of creating a part in 3D printing is often tedious and difficult. There are many steps involved, including creating the part, moving it around to test it, and then finally exporting it. Autodesk Inventor includes a feature called Decals which can help with these steps by providing a quick way to quickly create a graphic that can be used to test different positions.

1 In Windows Explorer, choose the part or assembly file and drag it to the Autodesk Inventor title bar. 2 Select the part or assembly file in Windows Explorer and drag it into the Autodesk Inventor graphics window with no Autodesk Inventor files open.

Decals are a great way to add design and brand messages to your 3D models. They can be applied to any surface, including text, corners, edges or even into the body of your model. You can resize or move them at any time, and they're easy to remove when necessary.

Unwrap is the command used to open a selected object of the part tree in Autodesk Inventor. It is used when you need to see what lies beneath the surface of a 3D model. Unwrap enables you to see the inner layers of an object.

A wrap is a very thin, flexible protective film that is wrapped around an object. It can be made from plastic or metal. A Decal is an image or design that has been applied to a surface using heat and pressure.

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