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What is the difference between iLogic and iParts / iAssemblies?

 

Answer
iLogic allows configuration of a part or assembly to achieve every kind of variant that can be achieved using iparts or iassemblies. Setting a new configuration is much quicker, flexible, and less cumbersome with iLogic, therefore for new designs with a large (or infinite) number of variations, iLogic offers a definite advantage. Part numbering with iLogic can be intelligent (based on the values applied), or sequential numbering of generated parts can easily be achieved, although a data management system such as Vault should be used to store and log part numbers.