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How to make a sketch line twice as long as another?

Question asked by Asko Kauppi on Aug 18, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 20, 2018 by Deepak Gupta

Would like the dark blue line to be twice as long (and midpoints aligned) as the light blue line. I tried the following:


  • Smart Dimension > "2*" + click the blue line


A relationship to be formed between the two sketch entities, and the green OK to work.


I get this funny black/red equation with a lone quote mark at the end. OK tick does not work, nor give an error.




I then tried:

  • removing the lone quote
  • adding a quote just after "2*"
  • renaming the sketch so there's no space in its name


None of these mattered.


Is this a bug?

How would you form such an innocent-looking relation between two sketch entities?  (Limitation: I don't want to add a global variable for this.)


Solidworks 2019 Beta 2