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... Continue Reading →

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 →

Get Control Definition Names – iLogic Tool

By Jhoel Forshav For this blog post I thought I’d share the code for an iLogic tool I’ve written to easily find the names of control definitions. I’ve seen on the Inventor Customization Forum that users from time to time ask about the these names in order to execute them through the CommandManager (ThisApplication.CommandManager.ControlDefinitions(”ControlDefinitionName”).Execute).  So,... Continue Reading →

iLogic: Show Overridden Dimensions

By Dutt Thakar I have written a handy iLogic utility to check if any dimensions on a drawing are overridden. It scans all of the dimensions on the sheet and checks whether they are overridden or not. If any dimensions are overridden, it will highlight them in red and then show the user that how... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑