Looking to use a disance mate in design table for multiple configurations. Syntax unknown for mate in design table header
Make a distance mate - then click one the dimension to insert in the design table - you can change the name etc..
John, I gave a presentation on design tables at my user group meeting last year. I always advise naming the dimensions and features so you'll know what you're looking at in the design table. Who knows what D11@Sketch12 is later on? If it said "SlotLength@SlotDefine" you would and so would everyone after you.
I see by Jamil's post below that my post could be confusing, I meant to speak in general terms on the subject of naming sketches and features when using design tables. Thanks Jamil.
I agree with your advice, I just noticed that nobody had yet directly answered the question (as I interpreted it) so that's why I chimed in.
The distance mate parameter is D1@Distance1 if the mate is called Distance1.
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