iLogic Made Simple has 7 hours of video based instruction that shows how to automate the construction of models, assemblies and drawings. It's designed for users who have little or no programming experience, but will extend the knowledge of advanced iLogic users.
It starts with the basics and progressively builds your skills to the advanced level required to produce assemblies, all their components, drawings for all their components, and the assembly drawing itself with just one click of a button. Even though this seems like a monumental task, the course breaks it down into easy to understand steps.
“When I first saw iLogic being used, I avoided it because it looked too confusing,” said Martha Chandler, Editor for TEDCF Publishing. “But once I watched David's course and started learning how to use it, I realized that it was much simpler than it seems.”
The course is the final part in a seven part series of courses for Inventor 2014 released this year. It is currently available on DVD, as a direct download or through the TEDCF Streaming Video Service.
The Lesson Player has several customizable features designed to meet user needs. Users can slow down or speed up the video playback rate, which allows the user to learn at their own pace. When the user closes the Lesson Player it will automatically open to the same place in the course, so bookmarking is automatic. Hotkeys are available to pause, play, review, and proceed to the next lesson, and it has a search engine that helps users quickly find lessons.