25 iLogic Routines to Speed Up Drawing Creation

Creating engineering drawings can sometimes seem tedious, but drawings are one of the most important parts of any design. In fact, your drawing is the contract with the manufacturer, an agreement that contains all the specifications and key dimensions that your product will be manufactured to. Why not automate workflows, making drawings easier and faster to create?

Over the last 30 months, we have shared several iLogic utilities on this site to help automate tasks in the Inventor drawing environment.

These are my favorite guest posts:

iLogic – Occurrence Selection Filter In Drawings
Show Changed Dimensions When Opening Drawings
iLogic: Show Overridden Dimensions

Below are my 5 favourite drawing automation posts:

Automatic Drawings with iLogic
Mirror Part and Drawing with iLogic
Automate Drawing Notes with iLogic
Export Formatted Parts List with iLogic
iLogic – Centre & Arrange Dimensions

Here’s the full list of 25 iLogic utilities to speed up drawing creation:

iLogic Quick Tip: Launch Drawing From Model
iLogic – Occurrence Selection Filter In Drawings
Show Changed Dimensions When Opening Drawings
Mirror Part and Drawing with iLogic
Control Drawing View Reps & Style with iLogic
Automate Drawing Notes with iLogic
Automatic Drawings with iLogic
Auto Drawing FAQ – Additional Explanation
iLogic Quick Tip: File Open Dialogue
iLogic Quick Tip: Delete Sick Dimensions
Running Inventor in the Cloud – with Forge
iLogic: Show Overridden Dimensions
iLogic: Export All Flat Patterns To One DXF
iLogic: Rotating Section Views – Guest Post
Export Formatted Parts List with iLogic
iLogic – Centre & Arrange Dimensions
Setting Dimension Precision with iLogic
Automating Detail Views With iLogic
iLogic View Chopper
Time Sheet Helper for Autodesk Inventor
Placing Dimensions: iLogic 2021
iLogic: Automate Your Print Jobs
Autodesk Inventor – 3 Reasons Why DWG Is Better Than IDW
Inventor Title Block Updates with iLogic
Inventor 2020.1: Copy Properties Update

Enjoy!

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