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Inventor is a 3D computer graphics software which allows users to create 3D models, including product design and engineering. It is highly complex and time-consuming to produce with many steps, so Autodesk has developed Inventor's Transitional Constraints feature. This feature allows for moving between object states in the design process by adding constraints and then removing them to create a rough draft.

Inventor is a powerful software application that allows designers to create models, assemblies, and drawings. It is a large program with lots of features and tools. Autodesk Inventor has different types of constraints such as relative distance constraints and geometric constraints that you can use in order to design parts and objects in your model.

The use of transitional constraints in Autodesk Inventor is a method by which a connected component of geometry is locked in place so that its shape and/or motion are not altered by other components that might be added later.

Transitional constraints are a tool in the Autodesk Inventor software that can help designers achieve precise and repeatable results in their designs. Transitional constraints contain predefined transformations that allow you to quickly calculate the forces and moments on an object, change the object's orientation, and more.

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