Constraints are behind everything we do here on Earth, including the big and small natural and man-made or artificial structural feats that are all around us. The major advantage of using constraint-based modeling is that, unlike other non-constraint-based modeling programs, you don’t have to waste time and effort to re-create a feature in order to change size or dimension. In addition, the technology behind the constraint-based modeling software makes it possible for models to be easily created and updated to reflect alterations or modifications of objects, ideas, or products in modern-day life, especially in technical and engineering graphics and design. This post discusses the advantages of constraint-based modeling and the types of constraints that apply to its model features. (Featured Image Credit:

Constraint-based Modeling: Advantages, and Types of Constraints — Motivation & Environment

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