Autodesk Inventor 2025 Now on Market

This release brings over 142 enhancements, each made to improve user experience, company says.

This release brings over 142 enhancements, each made to improve user experience, company says.

Enhance functionality and streamline design processes with the latest Autodesk Inventor, company says. Image courtesy of Autodesk.

With the latest release of Autodesk Inventor, the company says it marks a monumental milestone for 25 years of Autodesk Inventor. This release brings over 142 enhancements, each made to improve user experience, enhance functionality and streamline design processes, according to Autodesk. The company notes it has tackled over 1,330 bug fixes.

Check out the following video demonstrations for enhancements to part and assembly modeling, sheet metal, drawings, and interoperability. Videos address part modeling; sheet metal; and assembly modeling.

Part Modeling 

Inventor 2025 builds on the 2024 updates by introducing several significant enhancements to part modeling capabilities, particularly in the Finish Feature functionality.

Sheet Metal 

Inventor 2025 introduces a modernized interface for designing sheet metal components, making the process more intuitive and efficient. This latest release has user-friendly user interface that streamlines the design workflow by placing tools in a logical order and making previously hard-to-find features readily accessible.  

Assembly Modeling 

Improvements to assembly modeling include some graphical updates like highlighting the hidden sections of components. Quickly change the color of all parts in your assemblies using customizable color schemes. Discover a new option for “Oriented Minimum Bounding Cylinder” when using cylindrical envelopes to simplify your assemblies. And speed up fastener placement when creating assembly-level patterns.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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