Dynamic Blocks

Dynamic Blocks

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Is it possible to make this objects a Dynamic Block

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12-16-2012 11:57 PM

Hi Guys,

 

I am not so familiar with Dynamic Blocks so bare with me. I do have an object with different size and different number of sub-parts (MQRF). Would it be possible to make a "LOOKUP" dynamic block of it. If yes, what are the procedure in making it.

 

I have attach the dwg file 2012 ver.

 

Appreciate any info.

Thanks & Regards,

Willie
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Windows 7, 64-bit

There are multiple ways of doing this dynamic, if you want it simple you could make it with visibility states. Example attached, otherwise you could do it with lookup which would require multiple parameters and actions in order to present the correct object.

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Re: Is it possible to make this objects a Dynamic Block

12-17-2012 01:54 AM in reply to: WillieArolf

There are multiple ways of doing this dynamic, if you want it simple you could make it with visibility states. Example attached, otherwise you could do it with lookup which would require multiple parameters and actions in order to present the correct object.

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Re: Is it possible to make this objects a Dynamic Block

12-17-2012 04:27 PM in reply to: AcadAdamLT

AcadAdamLT

 

Thank you for the feedback. I have done it using Visibility.:smileyhappy:

Thanks & Regards,

Willie
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