Here’s a quick tip for those who have discovered the power of iLogic in Inventor.

When creating configurable Inventor assemblies using iLogic, there’s a process that you should follow when it comes to naming your components. It’s called “normalising” (or “normalizing for you Americans), and it will make dealing with multiple unique instances of your assembly a lot easier.

As promised in the video, I have attached a copy of the dataset for anyone who is interested in seeing how it was constructed or to take a look at the code. Here it is:

iLogicBox Model

(Feature image mashup, credits: Ruth Hartnup – “All her eyes are evil”  and Monica Arellano-Ongpin – “Los ojos de un hombre”)