I found some code on a forum showing how to handle mouse events in iLogic. Using the mouse selection code, I decided to write a bit of iLogic to show iProperties, for parts selected in an Assembly file. In the code, I have set the selection filter to "Part", the default is "Component", this means that... Continue Reading →
Any flat face in Inventor can be exported directly to DXF (or DWG), with a right-click. This makes the creation of parts like gaskets very simple, or if you need to quickly create a DXF for laser or water jet cutting. Your sketches used to create features can also be exported as DXFs. In... Continue Reading →
Quick Tip: To change the zoom direction in Autodesk Inventor, simply click "Tools" > "Application Options" > "Display" then toggle the check box under "Zoom Behaviour" to set the direction of zoom.
Quick Sunday blog on forcing, or setting your Inventor document units, with iLogic. Last week, I spent some time with Autodesk Inventor users, who have had a few issues with imported files, or files supplied by others. This can be anything from the wrong units, to a preference for Grams over Kilograms on Metric files.... Continue Reading →
I've written some code to automatically create drawings from Autodesk Inventor part and assembly files. The idea that I used for this blog post was to have a drawings template file set up with views, and to then simply replace these views with a given model as needed. The GIF below shows how the code... Continue Reading →
Have you ever wanted to delete all of the constraints in an assembly, and then ground all components? Well look no further, the iLogic code in this blog post does exactly that. You may be wondering why you would want to do this, well the answer is simple. Inventor calculates each relationship between parts (especially... Continue Reading →