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First, we need a set of parameters to control the size of three ports on our manifold block.
Most of the parameters have been named in the parameter editor already. It is good practice to name your parameters for future reference when creating a parametric design. Parameters with meaningful names make the rules that drive or reference them easier to read and understand.
- On the ribbon, click .
NoteParameter names in iLogic are case sensitive. Follow the case being used in the Parameters dialog box, and also when creating rules.
- Create a new numeric parameter named port_a_size. Set the Unit value to in, and enter an initial Equation value of 0.50. Define it as a multi-value parameter with the following values:
NoteFor more details on the exact steps needed to create a parameter, please revisit the iLogic Basics tutorial. Remember that you can cut and paste the values from the previous table to set the values for the multi-value list.
- Make port_a_size a Key parameter.
- Create two more parameters, named port_b_size and port_c_size, with the same settings and multi-value list. Set both as Key parameters.
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