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July 14, 2015

Inventor 2016 Update 2

Autodesk has just released Update 2 for Inventor 2016.

This Update addresses multiple issues for Inventor 2016. Update 2 is cumulative and includes all changes from previous Updates.

Here is what is addressed in Update 2:
  • Incorrect drawing view representation of tapped holes made in assembly
  • Empty browser is visible on left of My Home at start up
  • Incorrect attach point of extension line when creating Hole Note in section
  • Content Center parts visible in Recent files list
  • No icon indicating there is sick projections in sketch with DWG import
  • Unable to change orientation of base view when used to define a section view
  • The model overlapped with Ray Tracing dialog will be selected through when saving image
  • Rotated Excel text is printed as horizontal - PDF and DWF
  • Inconsistent behavior in Sketch blocks and Joints
  • Title block incorrect after saving drawing as AutoCAD dwg
  • 'Style' tab incorrectly displays in render image dialog with illustration render type in Studio
  • Language for Content Center not maintained
  • Unexpected lines show when Inventor DWG opened in AutoCAD
  • Flush option not working as expected with Grip Snap
  • Mini-Toolbar not displaying parameter name for User workplane in Part
  • Not possible to turn on visibility of specific constraint types
  • Unable to retrieve Angular dimension in drawing
  • Flat Pattern does not display the edges of split faces in select components
  • Unexpected Exit when opening IGS file
  • Resolving to Excel spreadsheet always sticks with absolute path

Here is a link to download Update 2 for Inventor 2016 - Click Here...
Here is a link for the Readme File - Click Here...

This update covers the following products:

  • Autodesk Inventor Professional 2016
  • Autodesk Inventor 2016
  • Autodesk Factory Design Suite Premium 2016
  • Autodesk Factory Design Suite Ultimate 2016
  • Autodesk Product Design Suite Premium 2016
  • Autodesk Product Design Suite Ultimate 2016
Credits: Autodesk

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