iLogic Tutorial – Derived Block Library – 11

iLogic Tutorial –  11 –  Writing the iLogic Rules

iLogic Tutorial Derived Block Library Page Eleven Image 01 - Inventor's Feature BrowserThe feature browser should now look like the image to the right with six sweep features using, and named after the derived blocks –all of which are suppressed.

Before we get to the iLogic rules, we need to add and iLogic parameter. Start by switching tabs to the Manage tab, then activate the iLogic Parameter Editor. Name the new parameter Profile, set the type to String, then right click anywhere in the same row to get the Make Multi value option.

The Value List Editor will pop up, and you need to enter the values corresponding to the profile numbers listed below. Once you enter them into the upper Add New Item(s) window, click the Add button to add them to the Value window, then click OK to accept. Make the parameter a Key Parameter by checking the box to the right.

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iLogic Tutorial Derived Block Library Page Eleven Image 02 - iLogic Value List Editor

You will now have a parameter called Profiles that looks like the one below…

iLogic Tutorial Derived Block Library Page Eleven Image 03 - Parameter Values

Now for the iLogic rules…

 

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