Inventor iLogic Extension Free for Autodesk Subscribers
Product used to sell for $4,300
RAFAEL, CA, Feb 13, 2009 - Following its successful acquisition of the iLogic technology from
Logimetrix, Inc. in December 2008, Autodesk will immediately offer the
Inventor iLogic Extension 2009, for Autodesk Inventor 2009
software. This exciting technology is available exclusively for
Inventor iLogic enhances the parametric design capabilities of Inventor
2009 software by providing a powerful and elegant solution for rules-based
The Inventor iLogic Extension will be made available immediately as a
download for Autodesk Subscription customers for use with Autodesk Inventor.
Rules-based design capabilities for Inventor
Inventor iLogic removes traditional barriers to the benefits of
rules-based design. With its easy-to-use rules authoring capabilities and
intuitive user interface, Inventor iLogic makes it easy for users to capture
design intent and automate common design tasks by creating “smart parts”
that can embed higher levels of design intelligence directly into an
Autodesk Inventor digital prototype—all without the need for programming
Autodesk is pleased to bring significant additional value to Autodesk
Subscription customers by making Inventor iLogic Extension 2009 available at
no additional charge. Autodesk Authorized Developer Logimetrix, Inc.
previously offered the original iLogic technology for up to $4,300 USD per
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