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.
If you have 10 minutes to spare, you can automate exporting step files with Autodesk® Inventor® ilogic.
There’s a neat ‘trick’ you can perform using Vault Data Standard (VDS) and iLogic that involves creating Engineer-To-Order (ETO)-type components. If you have a semi-standard product line that changes based on customer spec you can use VDS to help create new iterations of those components, and even off-load the creation of those components to non-CAD users.