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How do I create a function-driven or list-driven feature pattern?

Question asked by Valkyrie Savage on Aug 19, 2014
Latest reply on Aug 19, 2014 by Valkyrie Savage

I am trying to make a Debruijn Comb.

 

This basically means that I will have a big rectangular prism boss and I will need to cut from it a series of regularly-spaced smaller rectangular prisms of different depths (along a line).  What a Debruijn sequence is isn't really important, but basically I have a pre-generated list of depths that I need to cut each smaller prism to.  This list is much longer than the number of cuts I need to make, i.e., I need to be able to stop before using the whole list

 

Here is a mockup of what I want to make in OpenSCAD:

Screen Shot 2014-08-19 at 1.24.27 PM.png

 

This needs to go inside a larger, more complicated body, but getting to this would be enough help.  I'm not sure how to approach this; I've never done function-driven or list-driven things in SolidWorks?

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