This class is about the process of making an assembly model that is built by iLogic codes. It will demonstrate the steps of automation, and how the iLogic component should be used to reduce errors of the assemblies. We're a team of 4 people who almost always work solely on coding, and we've reached an area where iLogic is fully saturated. In this class, you'll be able to understand why you have to rebuild and update your assemblies in order to get your iLogic code working again. We've found a way-what we believe to be one of the best ways to create an assembly with 500-plus unique parts. This class is not suitable for beginners, as it will be showing real-life examples of how our algorithms work their ways around the "non-starting rules." In this lesson you will also learn how to program your Content Center Libraries with a delicate touch.
- Learn about the process flow of an iLogic-based assembly
- Learn about programming the content center
- Discover specific rules for specific error handling
- Discover advanced level of iLogic techniques
Jon Balgley has been with Autodesk since 2005, and has worked on CAD-related software since the 1980's. He was one of the original developers of Inventor ETO, and now works on Configurator 360, iLogic, and other forward-looking projects.
Mechanical Engineer, CAD&CAE Specialist, Vibration Monitoring & Data Analysis Researcher, Design Automation Visionary. Kivanc has a bachelor's degree from Izmir Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. He has work experience in underground mining vehicles, military topics, weighing automation systems, powder transfer systems and powder coating technologies as CAD&CAE Engineer and Project&Design Manager. Kivanc was one of the co-speakers at AUx 2016 and AU 2017 Design Automation sessions in Istanbul. Now, he coleads design automation topics at Code&Design Company as Co-founder, and also studies about development of a vibration monitoring device at Izmir Institute of Technology.