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Title block Insertion

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04-12-2010 11:51 AM
Hi ,
I have made a title block of my company in Autocad mechanical 2010, now want to use the same title block in
Inventor drawing can someone let me know how to Insert the Title block. Waiting for responce

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Re: Title block Insertion

04-12-2010 12:06 PM in reply to: asifklg
here's a good starter for titleblocks;
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Registered: ‎01-28-2009
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Re: Title block Insertion

04-12-2010 12:07 PM in reply to: asifklg
There are a couple of way to do this:
Click Open and select the file. If you are importing a DWG file, click Options, and select Import options, and click OK. Click Open to start the DWG File wizard.

In the Layers and Objects Import Options dialog box:
Select the layers to translate.
Click Next.
In the Import Destination Options dialog box:
In Destination for 2D data, specifyTitle Block.
Set the destination directory for the new file.
Select a drawing template.
Click Finish to create the file.


Open the Tb in acad,
Place everything on the 0 layer,
Copy the TB to the windows clipboard (CRTL + C)
Start a new TB in Inventor
Paste (CTRL + V) the ACAD TB in
Update the text tags to use the appropriate iProperties as needed,
Save TB definition.

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