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Autodesk Inventor Factory Assets with Parameters

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    We take a look at making our factory assets more intelligent by working with parameters.  In this example I create clearance zones for a CNC machine.  Adding this peice of information will aid me detecting possible clearance problems within my design.

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Stretchy Parts in Autodesk Inventor

Have you ever wanted to stretch a part to fit into a range of sizes. This example shows how to create a template part that will “stretch” to fit into different assembled sizes.

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Basic Charted Drawing Using Custom Parameters and iParts

I was recently requested to come up with a basic demo for a customer to show how Inventor could use iParts or in the customer words a family of parts.  So i created the basic demo using custom parameters, iParts and a simple table in the drawing that will automatically update when the active iPart is choosen for the drawing view.  The video will cover 3 areas of Inventor that has many uses.  Enjoy!!!

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Basic Charted Drawing Using Custom Parameters and iParts

Inventor Part Files – Linking to Excel

Today I take a look at linking excel to your Inventor part models.  I show how create your excel sheet and link the parameters inside of your models to the spreadsheet itself.  I also have a little bonus material for your part list descriptions.  Take a look.

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Inventor Part Files – Linking to Excel

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iLogic – Writing a Parameter Limits Rule

I am going to take a look at writing a rule within iLogic that is going to allow me to control minimum and maxium values for a given parameter.  The best part is I can take advantage of the rules wizard found within iLogic to basically write the rule for me.

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ILogic Writing a Parameter Limits Rule

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