Create bullet proof models fast!
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.
This course starts with the basics and progressively builds the skills you need to automatically change features on parts, change parts on assemblies and generate drawings for all the new parts. It goes far beyond any training on the market today, but simplifies the process so that anyone can do it.
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4 Hours (240 Minutes)
You can also browse through the lessons from the following Inventor 2013 courses and watch sample lessons from each course.
Inventor 2013: Solid Modeling
Inventor 2013: Assemblies and Advanced Concepts
Inventor 2013: 2D Drafting and Customization
Inventor 2013: Sheet Metal Design
Inventor 2013: Tube and Pipe Routed Systems
Inventor 2013: Inventor Studio
Inventor 2013: iLogic Made Simple
iLogic Made Simple Lessons
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