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A notebook can be described as an engineering notebook where we can define parameters and relations related to a project. It maintains design intent in a central location.

Part and assembly models can both access these parameters and information in a layout.




The topics covered are as follows.

  • How to create a notebook
  •  How to create parameters in the notebook by using Parameters dialog box
  • How to declare a notebook to the part models
  • How to control dimensions in the parts by the parameters in the notebook



Controling part dimensions from a notebook


The topics covered are as follows.

  • How to import a 2D sketch in the notebook
  • How to create parameters in the notebook by defining global dimensions

Creating dimensions in a notebook



The topics covered are as follows.

  • How to implement the Top-Down design to an existing assembly that was created using Bottom-Up approach
  • How to control location of components in the assembly by the parameters in the layout.
  • Using the standard skeleton as Placement Skeleton
Using placement skeletons

Dimensions in a notebook


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