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How to write a greater than parameter. if greater than or equal to height subtract .125

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john_chipukites
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How to write a greater than parameter. if greater than or equal to height subtract .125

I am trying to write a parameter in fusion 360 that if the height is greater than or equal to .5in it will subtract .125. What I have now is below and it doesn't work. Not sure how to write the function so fusion will read it, any help would be appreciated.

 

if( Height >= .5 in ; - .125 in )

 

Thank you

John

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Message 2 of 5

It needs to look something like this.

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Mark Hughes
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The If function requires two arguments, one if the if function is true and one if the if function is false.  You forgot the second argument.  Below is an example.  In this example the false value is "1.0".  Model I used it in is attached.  Change the "Height" variable to a value larger than 1.5" and the "New Height" will become .125" that the "Height" variable.

 

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Message 4 of 5

That's what was missing.

 

Thank you 

John

Message 5 of 5

Hi,

just take a look at the Product Documentation 

 

günther

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