Automating complex designs is an excellent strategy to save both time and money. While iLogic is a good starting point for automation, it may not be equipped to handle the most complex cases of business logic. For such scenarios, creating add-ins in Autodesk Inventor is often the best option. However, transitioning to developing add-ins for Inventor may seem daunting. To help you get started, Senior Application Engineer Philip Cox will guide you through the process of creating a basic add-in for Inventor using an add-in template file in Visual Studio. This will enable you to create your own Inventor Add-in quickly and easily.