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Base Parts in Configurations

You can control the configuration of a base part with a design table. This is available in part documents only.

The column header in a design table for controlling base part configurations uses this syntax:

$CONFIGURATION@<part name>

where <part name> is the name of the base part.

The column header is not case sensitive.

In the table body cells, type the base part's configuration names. For example, to use the default configuration of a base part named washer.sldprt, the column heading syntax is $CONFIGURATION@washer. The table body cell value is Default.

Example of a design table that controls a base part configuration:



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