The idea is this:
With the bolted connection design accelerator, you pick parts from the content center and effectively build up a nut, bolt and washer assembly. Then you place it into the active assembly using model geometry to do so.
I suspect there are a lot of people around the world who would benefit from being able to place content center parts into their assemblies and have them automatically punch features into the parts they interact with. Just like the bolted connection DA adds all of the holes necessary to the parts the bolts pass through.
For our specific application we would then use it to place hardware (hinges, shelf pins, drawer runners, doors handle and latches) into our cabinetry assemblies. All that would be required is the hardware is modelled, and the feature to subtract from the adjacent part it interacts with, is named using a pre defined format. The program could then figure out which feature to subtract from the part the hardware is mated/constrained to.
Hopefully, since it would be an add-in, when the hardware or content centre part/component is moved in any way in the assembly then the subtracted feature would move and change to suit in the affected part.
Having this ability in Inventor, would allow easy modification of parts to suit specific hardware or fastners, which in turn creates an efficient way of making sure that all holes and pockets are present in the parts for CNC machining. Consider a door hinge placed in the assembly would punch the mounting holes into the side of the cabinet and into the back of the door, it wouldn't matter if the hinge wasn't placed at the right height, since the holes on the sides would line up with the hole on the door anyway.
If this is created in a flexible enough way then all kinds of users would find an application for it in all kinds of industries. So please Labs can you work your magic and make our lives more tolerable.