Single Conditional Statement

Simple Single Conditional Statement Example

You can set reporting dimension parameters up in such a way that they influence the state of another parameter:

Download the Example File here:

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A Conditional Statement Sets the Extrusion Height Based on Which Edge is Longer in Length.

If Side A is equal to or less than Side B, the height is set really low.

If the opposite case is true, the height is set really large.

A divided surface created with the intersects tool shows the binary nature of the family with a conditional statement choosing between two states.

On a Curved Surface shows the variation as well, with the larger extrusions being concentrated on the inner part of the trimmed toroid.

(thanks to Zach Kron of buildz for the host form)

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