Features are objects that are associatively defined by one or more parents and that retain within the model the order of its creation and modification, thus capturing its history. Parents can be geometrical objects or numerical variables. Features include primitive, surface and solid objects,and certain wire frame objects (such as curves and associative trim and bridge curves). For example, some common features include blocks, cylinders, cones, spheres, extruded bodies, and revolved bodies.
TYPES OF FEATURES
There are six types of Form features: Reference features, Swept features, Remove features, User defined features, Extract features and Primitives.
Click INSERT on the Menu bar As you can see, the marked menus in the figure on the right side contain the commands of Form Features.
The Form Feature icons are grouped in the Form Features Toolbar as shown below. You can choose the icons that you use frequently.
Click on the drop down arrow in Form Feature Toolbar
Choose ADD OR REMOVE BUTTONS
Choose FORM FEATURE