iLogic Video Tutorial Part 1: Creating Parameters and a Basic Form

Posted on February 25, 2014 by Dave Breiner, Synergis Manufacturing Solutions Engineer:

inventor-2014-badge-200pxiLogic is a tool inside Inventor software so you can build custom rules and logic in your design allowing you to add more intelligent design data and automate tedious tasks.

For the next few weeks I will be posting once a week with the first four basic lessons on iLogic.  These videos are a great start to working in iLogic, or just assessing the usability for you and your users.  Check out this first one on the creation of basic driven parameters and a basic iLogic Form:

If you like it and want to know more, contact us.  We have training developed around the product that would give you much more insight than a few starter videos.  Subscribe to this blog to get notice when videos 2-4 are released.

Dave Breiner joined Synergis in 2013 as a Solutions Engineer on our Manufacturing team with an amazing amount of experience. Coming directly from being a CAD Manager with SPX/Ecolaire, Dave is well versed in implementing and using Autodesk software having transitioned the department from 2D to 3D modeling by developing a 3D modeling program, implementing modeling standards, and creating automated models using iLogic programming. Dave began his career with SPX as a preliminary designer of steam condensers before being promoted to Manager of Drafting. Prior to this, Dave was with Bethlehem Steel for over 20 years, performing many tasks including millwright, rigger and fitter. During this time he also completed his degree in Engineering Design.

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