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Global variables and equations in assemblies - design tables

Question asked by David Town on Nov 20, 2012
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2014 by Alexei Groutso

I have an assembly with a global variable: A=1.


I want to drive parts in my assembly with this variable.  ie. "D1@Sketch1@Part0.Part" = "D1@Length"-A  (Where 'length' is a distance mate, that is a column in my design table).  I have D1@Length, D1@Width, D1@Height as column headers in my design table.


I would also like to drive the value of A with the design table.


I created a column header in the design table called "$VALUE@A@equations".


When I exit the design table I get a warning in the upper right of my screen that states, "Column heading "$VALUE@A@equations" contains an invalid equation specifier.

Exiting table without completing model update."


I'm pretty green to using variables like this.  I'm not sure if I have the syntax incorrect....or I'm just totally off base.