Starting with the completed model of the sheet metal bench from part 1, we now add the parameters and constraints, which will allow us to drive our model. So far we’ve created a sheetmetal model of a corner workbench, complete with splashback. However the dimensions used won’t be suitable for all installations.
Using constraints to drive the model
By adding parameters to the model we can define the properties of the bench we want to be able to control. Linking these parameters to our model using constraints, we can then drive the model to suit different situations.
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