We originally planned to make this a four-part series, but we have extended it to at least another four videos. You learned about global variables in Part 1, then Matt taught you how to make a curve-driven pattern in Part 2. In Part 3, Matt demonstrated how you can use equations to make the same hole pattern. Part 4 was all about If Statements. This week, Matt is going to show you how you can turn a pattern into a library feature for future use. Watch the fifth installment below. We recommend expanding it to full screen and following along in SOLIDWORKS on a second monitor if that's an option for you.
Watch the whole series:
- Part 1: Global Variables
- Part 2: Curve Driven Patterns
- Part 3: Equation Driven Linear Patterns
- Part 4: If Statements
- Part 5: Library Features
- Part 6: Configurations
- Part 7: Design Tables
- Part 8: DriveWorksXpress
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