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iLogic - Autodesk Inventor
Chris Athertonon 26 September 2014
Transcript of iLogic - Autodesk Inventor
TABLE DRIVEN TOOLS
is a rules-based productivity tool for engineers, that enables
of repetitive tasks in Inventor.
Inventors Standard Solutions
What is iLogic?
is an intergrated feature of Autodesk
interface to create
Ellis Furniture work with Symetri and use iLogic to to offer greater levels of product customisation with a reduced time to market
Logimetrix Inc. create iLogic for Autodesk Inventor
Trionics become the european distributor for iLogic
Autodesk buy Logimetrix
iLogic available as a subscription advantage pack
Trionics and Imass merge to form Symetri
iLogic included incorporated as part of Autodesk Inventor
Ellis Furniture win Autodesk's Inventor of the Year
Use along side iLogic
Drive changes in a design
Custom form to control Parameters, Properties and rules
Drag and Drop - No need for programming
Control the model via Parameters and Attributes
Can control Parts, Assemblies or Drawings
Over 200 predefined snippets of code
Simplified VB code - no programming knowledge is required
STD Inventor Parameters
True / False Parameters
Read and write to
iLogic Built in Functions
C of Gs
Bill of Material
properties and quantities
Restrict / auto-correct values to
configurations are valid and
with design specifications and standards.
Lets take a look ...