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System Requirements for Autodesk® Inventor® 2023 Windows
Operating System64-bit Microsoft® Windows® 11 and Windows 10.
3.0 GHz or greater, 4 or more cores

2.5 GHz or greater
32 GB RAM or more

16 GB RAM for less than 500-part assemblies
Disk SpaceInstaller plus full installation: 40 GB
4 GB GPU with 106 GB/S Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant

1 GB GPU with 29 GB/S Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant

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Display ResolutionRecommended:
3840 x 2160 (4K); Preferred scaling: 100%, 125%, 150% or 200%

1280 x 1024
Pointing DeviceMS-Mouse compliant
Productivity: 3DConnexion SpaceMouse®, driver version 10.7.0 or later.
NetworkInternet connection for web install with Autodesk Desktop App, Autodesk collaboration functionality, web downloads, and licensing.

See Autodesk Network License Manager for Windows
SpreadsheetFull local install of Microsoft Excel 2016 or later for workflows that create and edit spreadsheets. Inventor workflows that read or export spreadsheet data do not require Microsoft Excel. See Inventor Excel Requirements for more information.

Office 365 subscribers must ensure they have a local installation of Microsoft Excel.
Windows Excel Starter®, OpenOffice®, and browser-based Office 365 applications are not supported.
BrowserGoogle Chrome™ or equivalent
.NET Framework.NET Framework Version 4.8 or later. Windows Updates enabled for installation.
For Complex Models, Complex Mold Assemblies, and Large Assemblies (typically more than 1,000 parts)
CPU TypeRecommended:
3.30 GHz or greater, 4 or more cores
64 GB RAM or greater
4 GB GPU with 106 GB/S Bandwidth and DirectX 11 compliant

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Key features of Inventor

Image of an industrial machine design in Inventor

Parametric modeling

Focus on design as you create and edit your 3D models with an intuitive user interface

Assembly modeling

See how your design will fit and perform at the assembly level

Drawing creation

Quickly create clear, accurate, detailed drawings for manufacturing

Shared view collaboration

Collaborate with key stakeholders on your designs from any device

Work with non-native data

Directly open designs created from other CAD systems with no translation necessary

BIM interoperability

Read and author Revit data as you participate in BIM projects

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Design configurations

Speed your 3D modeling process by rapidly creating new configurations of your designs

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Automated frame design

Quickly create and simulate 3D models of your weld frame designs

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Sheet metal

Design and prepare complex sheet metal products for manufacturing

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Model-based definition

Include manufacturing information in your 3D model for downstream applications

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Content center

Choose your standard components from a comprehensive customizable library

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Shape Generator

Create and evaluate high-performing design options in minutes

What’s new in Inventor 2023

The latest release of Inventor® 3D CAD software is packed with user-requested updates and enhancements to help manage your design process, speed your connected engineering workflows, and reduce repetitive tasks.

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New features of Inventor 2023

Fusion 360 interoperability

Quickly access and launch Inventor-to-Fusion 360 workflows, including generative design, simulation, electronics, and manufacturing. (video: 1:10 min.)

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Video: Connect Inventor parts and assemblies to Fusion 360

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Revit data exchange enhancements

Securely share data between Revit building design software and Inventor using an improved approach for seamless BIM (Building Information Modeling) and MCAD (mechanical CAD) interoperability. (video: 48 sec.)

Video: Inventor 2023 improves connections between Revit and Inventor

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Part modeling enhancements

Better prepare your designs for manufacturing with the new mark command, updates to sheet metal export, and support for dimensional tolerances in additional features. (video: 55 sec.)

Video: Get details on part modeling enhancements in Inventor 2023

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Assembly modeling enhancements

Gain more control of your bill of material and manage tolerances. Enhancements also include performance and productivity improvements for graphics and large assemblies. (video: 54 sec.)

Video: Get details on Assembly modeling enhancements in Inventor 2023

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Documentation enhancements

Get a clearer understanding of your design going into production with updates to view creation, model-based definition, and 3D annotations. (video: 55 sec.)

Video: Get details on the documentation enhancements in Inventor 2023

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Drawing Views

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Drawing Annotations

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  • Suppressed Annotations
    Annotations in drawings are suppressed when the associated component is suppressed or invisible.
  • Dimensions in Drawings
    Drawing dimensions are added to a drawing to further document the model, without changing or controlling features or part size.
  • Retrieved Model Dimensions in Drawings
    Model dimensions are created during sketching or the creation of features in a model.
  • Origin Indicator
    The origin indicator is a mark constrained to a point in a drawing view. It indicates the origin point in the view.
  • Centerlines and Center Marks
    Add these automatically or manually to holes, arcs, and other features; set styles for these marks, and add the center of gravity mark for a model.
  • Symbols in Drawings
    Symbols are predefined annotations such as surface texture, features control frame, or datum identifier.
  • Sketch Symbols
    Create standard symbols in a drawing or template, and save them to a symbol library for sharing and later use.
  • AutoCAD Blocks
    These can be available in an AutoCAD DWG opened in Inventor, and can be imported using the Import Block command.
  • Tables in Drawings
    Explaining table specifications, features, and tips for managing tables in drawings.
  • Hole and Thread Notes
    About the options available for adding dimensions and text notes with a leader line.
  • Hole Tables
    Describing how to use a table to display the location and size of holes in a drawing view.
  • Balloons
    About formatting and customizing the annotation tags for items in a parts list.
  • About Parts Lists
    Explaining the types of information they can provide, format options, the use of filters, and other tips.
  • Text in Drawings
    Describes how you can stack, format, and use properties in text.
  • Text in Drawing Sketches
    About text boxes and geometry-aligned text that can be added to drawing sketches.
  • Weld Annotations in Drawings
    Guidelines and options for adding welding symbols, caterpillars, and end fills.
  • Revision Tables and Revision Tags in Drawings
    Explaining how to work with these features that automatically track drawing revisions.
  • Sheet Metal Annotations in Drawings
    How notes and tables are used to add bend and punch instructions.

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About GOST (ESKD) Drawings

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