If you’re a consistent user of Autodesk Inventor you’ve probably at least heard of iLogic. Maybe you think of it as “that programming thing that I don’t have time to get into and probably don’t need”. Maybe you’ve dabbled in it, or copied some rules from the Autodesk Inventor Customization Forum to save a few clicks or solve a problem. Maybe you’ve even created some complex rules to drive configurable parts and assemblies. Regardless, it’s important to have a good understanding of the tool – what it is, what it isn’t, and where it fits in the overall scheme of Inventor’s Design Automation toolset.
The use of data is pervasive and it’s no exception in the engineering and manufacturing field.
Over the past 23 years, Hagerman & Company has performed 1300+ successful data management projects for our customers. A large number of those have been in the plant and facilities area within process-oriented industries such as utilities, pipelines, primary metals, chemicals, oil and gas, pulp and paper, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, etc. We have learned many lessons that can help others be more successful in managing, controlling and sharing plant information such as drawings, general documents, projects, asset information and much more.
Topics: Data Management