Autodesk Inventor® 2019
iLogic Made Simple

Master Inventor!

iLogic creates parts, assemblies, and drawings with a click of a button. This course shows you how!

Want to learn a fast way to automate the construction of models, assemblies, and drawings? All you need to do is learn a few simple iLogic concepts and you’re on your way. You need to have the strong foundation of advanced skills taught in the first 6 courses, but you can master iLogic even if you don’t have programming experience. It goes far beyond any training on the market today, but simplifies the process so that anyone can do it.

The most common question regarding iLogic is, “Do I need to use it?” The best way to answer this question is to learn how it works, and the simplest and fasted way to do this is to watch this course. It shows you all the steps and breaks it down into simple to understand concepts.

Do you need to be a programmer to use iLogic? No, while a programming background is helpful, it is not necessary. This course simplifies the programming process so that anyone can successfully produce iLogic scripts. So don’t be discouraged if you’re not a programmer.

So what does iLogic do? iLogic uses basic scripting language to execute commands. For example, you know the sequence of events that need to occur to create an extrusion. First you create a sketch with a profile, and then you extrude the profile a specific distance. iLogic gives you the ability to execute these steps with a single command. So it’s a method of automating the execution of commands.

It might sound complicated, but it really isn’t. With a little practice and clear descriptions of your goals and how to accomplish them, you’ll easily master it.

By the end of the course you will be able to create a new assembly, all its components, and 2D drawings of all the components and assemblies with a single click of a button.

135 Lessons (Listed Below)
6.7 Hours

The Autodesk Inventor 2019 courses above install on your computer and never expire. Purchase it one time and have the training for life.

You can also purchase a subscription to our Autodesk Inventor Online Training. This training can be accessed from your phone, tablet, or computer. It also expires when your subscription ends.  Subscriptions are not auto-renewed. We will send you a reminder when it’s about to expire.

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Inventor 2019: iLogic Made Simple

Introduction
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iLogic Parameters
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Preparing Parts for iLogic
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iLogic Rule Basics
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iLogic Suppression
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Reusing Code
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Strategy for Using iLogic
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Mastering Snippets
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iLogic Assemblies
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Linking Imported Parameters
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Troubleshooting Rules
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Working with String Parameters
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Mastering Case Statements
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Expanding Rule Functionality
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Nested Case Statements
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iLogic Forms
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Creating iLogic Forms
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Configuring Controls
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Filename Parameters
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Linking Filename Parameters
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Control Testing Strategies
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Automatically Save Files
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Point Assembly to Component Files
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Replacing Parts with iLogic
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Master Rules
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Algorithms
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Triggers
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Redundant Files
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Pre-Existing Files
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Building Descriptions and Titles
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Snippet Workflow
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Opening Excel Files
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While Loops
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Populating Excel Worksheets
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Updating Master Rules
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Multi-Line Messages
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Searching Tables
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Trick for Stopping Rules
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Preventing Duplicate Records
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Stopping Error Messages
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Updating Assembly Components
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Cleaning Up Your Code
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Building Assemblies and Testing
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Automating Mechanical Drawings
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Testing Rules on Drawings
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Control Section Cutting Lines
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Break Views and Detail Circles
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Dimensions on Suppressed Features
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Determining Rule Placement
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Using Shared Variables
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Robust Shared Variables
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Testing Shared Variable Rules
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Running idw Rules from Assembly
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Saving Drawing Files
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Change View File Reference
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Running idw Rules from Assemblies
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Saving Drawing Files
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Change View File Reference
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Update Reference File
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Passing iProperties and Parameters
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Replacing Drawing References
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Assembly Drawing Rules
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Passing Assy to Drawings
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One Click Assy Parts & Drawings
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Creating Input List Radio Boxes
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External Rules
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Global Forms
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Conclusion