Best Wishes & A Loft Feature

By Jelte de Jong I wish you all the best for 2021. I hope that we can go back to normal life this year. Today I have a iLogic rule for you that creates an "I" similar to the image above.  Nothing that you can’t find anywhere else on the internet. Just some profiles on a... Continue Reading →

Run iLogic Rules from the Ribbon

I'm extremely excited to talk about a new FREE app that allows you to add iLogic rules to your ribbon in Inventor. The app is called "Button Constructor" and has been built by a regular contributor to this site, Jelte de Jong. Simply put, you can add your EXTERNAL iLogic rules to your ribbon in Inventor.... Continue Reading →

iLogic: Unexpected Results

Guest Post by Jelte de Jong If you have read any of my blogs post before, you'll know that I like to challenge myself to solve other Inventor user's problems. I usually find these problems on the Inventor Customization Forum. A while back, I came across an interesting problem. This user wanted to change the iProperties... Continue Reading →

Show Changed Dimensions When Opening Drawings

Guest Post by Jelte de Jong The other day I had a look at the “Inventor Ideas” forum.  I came a cross the following topic “Show Changed Dimensions when Opening Drawings”. (link) Last week someone requested this function in inventor but as it turns out that exactly the same function was also requested in 2017. (link)... Continue Reading →

iLogic: Show Flat Pattern Orientation

Guest Post by Jelte de Jong At the company that I work for, we make products that are almost entirely composed of sheet metal parts. We cut and bend our products ourselves, we export our flat patterns out, to be used in our CAM software. When preparing flat patterns for export, I sometimes get confused, as... Continue Reading →

One Rule to Search Them All – Guest Post

Guest Post by Jelte de Jong Over the years, I have created several assemblies containing many parts with various iLogic rules, generally they work perfectly. But sometimes for seemingly no reason, an edge case will not work as expected, and is usually discovered by a colleague. The challenge is that I then need to find... Continue Reading →

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