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The Copy Assembly tool in Autodesk Inventor is a powerful tool that simplifies the creation of assemblies and parts. With this tool, you can create parts, assemblies, and drawings in less time with greater accuracy.

The first step in a copy assembly is to create the assembly. This can be accomplished by adding parts to the assembly and then editing the properties of those parts. Parts can have properties such as material, color, cost, size, etc.

Assembling parts is a process where individual parts are brought together into a single entity. This is what you should do when you want to duplicate an object in Autodesk Inventor. Copying, on the other hand, is the process of duplicating or drawing something from scratch.

A copy assembly is a design that has been created to be manufactured as a single product. It is also known as a "one-off." Copy assemblies can be made by 3D printing or machining. Copy assemblies are often used in the automotive and aerospace industries because they can save time and materials when designing complex shapes and parts.

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D CAD software that allows users to produce high-quality, professional designs. One of the key features of this software is its ability to copy assembly with ease. This process provides users with the ability to assemble their design by copying any part of the model.

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