I have a drawing that has both driven and non-driven dimensions. I need the ability to create a design table where I have 3 parameters listed. One of them is driving, and the other two are driven. I then need to be able to input a range of values into the driving parameter, and somehow get the resulting driven parameter values from the driving parameter. I believe that this can be done, either with a design table or through the use of a macro/ excel.
I am doing this for a school project where I model a car. I input a suspension parameter and then I can view the resulting response value to my input. So in this case I am doing a rear steer study, where I have a drawing that I can change the front steering angle, and I can then see what the optimal rear steering angle is for a slalom maneuver. My end goal is to use the data to make a M x N table that determines the rear steer angle for a given steering angle and velocity, that I can use for a logic controller.
concept as I see it:
make a table, create a list of values in column A, solidworks reads a value in column A and changes a specified dimension to match, solidworks then exports the new dimensions of several other parameters as a result of changing the one dimension. This process is then looped for all values in column A.