In this chapter, you will explore the use of iLogic to configure your models with intelligence and automation. iLogic is often used to speed up tedious design tasks, to enforce consistency across designs, and to allow the logic of programming to make design decisions based on predetermined design rules. Although this chapter focuses primarily on using iLogic in the parts environments, the fundamentals you’ll learn will apply to the assembly and drawing environments as well.
In this chapter, you’ll learn to
- Create iLogic rules
- Edit iLogic rules
- Use multi-value list parameters
- Work with multiple rules in the same file
- Use conditional statements
- Suppress features
- Work with iProperties
- Create iLogic forms
- Build a part configuration ...