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heyjude19
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iLogic sample out there

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01-01-2013 10:12 AM

Does anyone have a good example of ILogic in creating stairs? We generate many different widths, lengths and heights? Been trying to utalize iLogic to make all the different types more easy to create from the start. Have set angle of stringers and certain widths of treads but cannot figure out my rules on the number of treads needed per the length of my always changing stringer lengths. Stumped on how to take a cedrtain length (parameter) and divide it up equally. Top tread flush with top of horz stringer and with bottom tread having a minimum and or maximum height the from floor.

Anyone have something similar?

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Mark_Flayler
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Re: iLogic sample out there

01-02-2013 04:46 AM in reply to: heyjude19

Here is a single IPT from the Factory Design Suite.  Looks to accomodate most of your question.

Mark Flayler - Senior Application Engineer
IMAGINiT's Manufacturing Solutions Blog:
http://blogs.rand.com/manufacturing/
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Re: iLogic sample out there

01-02-2013 06:21 AM in reply to: Mark_Flayler

Thanks for the sample Mark. Have you taken this to the iam level? I am trying to implement this as a iLogic iam tool. One that others could open up the iam and go to the form or forms (maybe different angles of stringers could be different forms) and create a set of stairs per field measurements, height, width and length. Wondering if your sample would be a good start for a iam tool out of iLogic? Thanks

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Mark_Flayler
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Re: iLogic sample out there

01-02-2013 06:26 AM in reply to: heyjude19

Most of the rules in here could absolutely be applied via an IAM.  For the purpose of this asset it is merely for visual and not for fabrication.

 

What you could do is have a Master Part that contains the design information and link that to your other IPTs you would create for this.  From there at the Assembly level have your rules push values to the Master Part IPT that will automatically link to the other already created parts.

 

And you could absolutely use a Form for this.

Mark Flayler - Senior Application Engineer
IMAGINiT's Manufacturing Solutions Blog:
http://blogs.rand.com/manufacturing/
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Re: iLogic sample out there

01-02-2013 10:06 AM in reply to: Mark_Flayler

Thanks Mark

would you have a simple sample of that process?

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