In a recent KETIV Virtual Academy, we taught how to create customized model states in a sheet metal environment and how to control it using iLogic. To continue on the Model State topic, we will be looking at how to use model states to manipulate parts, assemblies, and drawings to give an accurate depiction of how these models will react in a real-life situation. Along with this, we will be going over some tips and tricks that I discovered while using the Model State tool.
In this session we will be going over:
- Creating Model States at a part and assembly level
- Different workflows when creating new model states within parts
- Tips about Model States that everyone should know