Watch as we go through the process of opening non-native CAD files inside Autodesk® Inventor® using the functionality of AnyCAD to convert those files to Autodesk Inventor files. File types to include, .step, .sat, .iges, and more.
In this short introduction to iLogic, we would like to give you some ideas on getting started with Inventor iLogic and how to use some common rules and forms. The example shown here is an automotive rim controlled by iLogic rules. This Inventor part actually represents several different types and sizes of rims.
Whether you’re a new user of Autodesk® Vault or a grizzled veteran, you’ve probably encountered some situations where Vault did something confusing or just plain wrong. Why did that happen?