At my old job we used to save our logo as a sketch. Then import the sketch into the design library.
At that point you can scale the sketch.
This also allows you to freely move the sketch logo around so don't constrain it unless you have to to existing geometry.
Here is a link that shows you how to save your sketch as a block. Hope this all helps you.
Thanks for your quick reaction! I wasn't aware of the blocks-function, which now solves the problem of the logo being distorted when relating it to the model. Though I still am looking for a way to use the dimensions of this block in an equation, or directly in my designtable (not design library).
Again thanks for your help so far! When I find a way to auto-scale the block I'll post it here.
I am not aware of a way to have configurations in a sketch. I think I saw that
as an idea suggestion. That would be ideal for what you are trying to do.
The only thought that comes to mind is to create a block part (small) that has your
logo in it and have configurations in that. Then in those configs you can have your equations
and design table.
I did understand you were looking for the design table functionality and not the design library.
I was suggestiong the library as a place to store this block.
accidently clicked on 'right answer'...
Thanks for your help, I guess there is just no way to resize a block using the design table. To solve my problem I think I have to insert a different size block for every variable in my design table. Then i'll suppress the blocks that aren't the right size. Hope this works, since it takes some time
No big deal.
I did think of what you said in that creating each size (scale) of logo you need, but didn't suggest it because it
seemed like you were going in a different direction.
I only suggested the part/block thing (although I agree it would be clumbersome) only so you could have your equations and design table.
This part could be inserted into any existing part.