Learn best practices for extending CAD tools and automating processes and business logic to eliminate repetitive tasks.
Learn the advantages of leveraging various forms of automation in the modern manufacturing design environment.
Learn the ways that you can leverage iLogic in your engineering department, including; working with Inventor parameters, generating iPart/iAssembly children, adding attributes and more.
Quite often we find ourselves with the need to modify all components inside an assembly. The route we take to accomplish this depends on what components we need to modify or work with.
Explore various technologies and strategies that play a role in the collaborative process and development of digital transformation. Desig
Inventor 2022 gives us some new iLogic tools to interact with the new Inventor tools.
Learn how you can keep control of your Autodesk Inventor environment with iLogic's Global Forms and External Rules.
Learn five out-of-the-box snippets for iLogic that you may not be using but, if implemented, could improve your Inventor workflows.
Discover the top 3 process automation myths and how to overcome them
Out of the box Inventor provides workflows that allow us to populate iProperties by using the iProperty editor for individual files or through the BOM editor for multiple files.
Go "back to the basics" of iLogic and explore; what iLogic is and isn't.
The latest update for Autodesk Inventor gave us the iLogic Log. If you either write iLogic rules or have to debug iLogic rules, it's worth your time to continue reading
Belvac Production Machinery streamlined its process to hours from days with help from IMAGINiT Technologies.
See the new iLogic drawing snippets available in Autodesk Inventor 2021 and how you can use them to annotate your drawings.
Explore how IMAGINiT’s process and design automation services can help extend your CAD tools by automating processes as well as business logic.
See our experts' favorite iLogic routines for parts, assemblies, and drawings.
Understand the engineered-to-order (ETO) approach to manufacturing, how it works and how companies are tapping it to increase sales and shorten engineering cycles.
Get Randy's final "back to the basics" discussion with more valuable tips and tricks for Autodesk Inventor’s iLogic.
See the steps of converting standard .net code into iLogic code, including; order of methods, set & let statements, parenthesis requirements and enumerators.
See the possibilities and benefits of iLogic support for drawing creation and model based definition (MBD).
Utilize iLogic for specialized reporting of sweep lengths for BOM and Parts List usage. See how to control basic parameters and reporting fields in iLogic Forms