0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 24, 2017 6:26 AM by Gobind Jaiswal

    Why am i getting "The Syntax of this equation is incorrect"?

    Gobind Jaiswal

      I am using solid work 2012 premium *64

       

      I am practising some gear design using equations. For that i tried creating and assigning some global variable in equation interface.

      Fo example i tried to create a global variable for module of gear as "m" and assign the value 5 to it. But i am getting syntax error message.

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      I even tried the in-built functions like sin(30) in value/equation column but still i am getting the same error

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      I also tried using measure option available in Value/Equation column in equation interface and measured the dimension of rectangle in sketch and value appeared as "RD1@Annotations".

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      Is it any setting error that i need to make or something Else

       

       

       

      Plz help me out of it