iLogic creates parts, assemblies, and drawings with a click of a button. This course shows you how!
The Autodesk Inventor 2014: iLogic Made Simple course does just what the title implies. It simplifies iLogic and gives you the ability to unlock the power of this amazing tool. You don’t need to be a programmer to use it. Follow the simple steps in the course and you’ll be able to create assemblies, components, and drawings with a single click of a button.
So what is iLogic? Simply speaking, iLogic allows you to setup a series of commands and execute them. So it’s a little like a macros, but more powerful. You can setup a series of commands to draw sketches, create features, create a whole part file, or even an assembly with components. You just need to know all the steps you would manually take to do these tasks. You also need to know how to manually use Inventor commands and how they work. So any task you perform in Autodesk Inventor can be performed using iLogic.
Why don’t you need to be a programmer? Even though iLogic uses a simple programming language you don’t need to know how to program. If you know how to use Inventor and you can copy and paste you’re well on your way. This course shows you how to leverage programming code that comes with Inventor. You’ll learn how the code works by practicing with it, and learn how to store it so that you can use it later. As you proceed through the course you’ll develop an arsenal of code you can use to write your own iLogic. When you try it you’ll find it’s easier than it sounds.
How extensive is this training? It starts with the basics and progressively builds to an extremely advanced level. At this point you will be able to independently create your own iLogic. By the end of the course you will have created iLogic that creates assemblies and its components, keeps inventory of all the components, reuses existing components in new assemblies, creates all the component and assembly drawings, and organizes all the component and assembly files in folders. This will be done with a single click of a button. No other iLogic training course comes close to covering this much.
Even though it covers a lot of concepts the true focus of the course is to teach you to teach yourself. The things you can do with iLogic are unlimited, and even though you will have used it to do what the course shows you, it’s more important that you learn how to use iLogic in your own projects. So you will learn how to extend your knowledge beyond the scope of course.
68 Lessons (Listed Below)
67 Tips & Tricks
You can also browse through the lessons from the following Inventor 2014 courses and watch sample lessons from each course.
Inventor 2014: Solid Modeling
Inventor 2014: Assemblies and Advanced Concepts
Inventor 2014: 2D Drafting and Customization
Inventor 2014: Sheet Metal Design
Inventor 2014: Tube and Pipe Routed Systems
Inventor 2014: Inventor Studio Made Simple
Inventor 2014: iLogic Made Simple
The Autodesk Inventor 2014 courses above install on your computer and never expire. Purchase it one time and have the training for life.
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Inventor 2014: iLogic Made Simple
Preparing Parts for iLogic
iLogic Rule Basics
Strategy for Using iLogic
Linking Imported Parameters
Working with String Parameters
Mastering Case Statements
Expanding Rule Functionality
Nested Case Statements
Creating iLogic Forms
Linking Filename Parameters
Control Testing Strategies
Automatically Save Files
Point Assembly to Component Files
Replacing Parts with iLogic
Building Descriptions and Titles
Opening Excel Files
Populating Excel Worksheets
Updating Master Rules
Trick for Stopping Rules
Preventing Duplicate Records
Stopping Error Messages
Updating Assembly Components
Cleaning Up Your Code
Building Assemblies and Testing
Automating Mechanical Drawings
Testing Rules on Drawings
Control Section Cutting Lines
Break Views and Detail Circles
Automating Broken Views
Broken View Rule Details
Break Multiple Views
Dimensions on Suppressed Features
Determining Rule Placement
Using Shared Variables
Robust Shared Variables
Testing Shared Variable Rules
Running idw Rules from Assemblies
Saving Drawing Files
Change View File Reference
Update Reference File
Passing iProperties and Parameters
Replacing Drawing References
Assembly Drawing Rules
Passing Assy to Drawings
One Click Assy Parts & Drawings
Creating Input List Radio Boxes