This document describes the types of rules that can be applied to models that have advanced feature parameters captured.
Driving advanced feature dimensions increases model generation time. Where possible capture feature dimensions (distances, numbers and angles) as dimensions rather than an advanced feature parameter.
During model generation captured dimensions are driven before captured advanced feature parameters. If the advanced feature parameter has also been captured as a dimension the value being driven into the advanced feature parameter will override the captured dimension.
One of the following values:
Set type as AngleDistance to drive an edge or face chamfer with EdgeChamferAngle and Edge/VertexDistance1.
Set type as DistanceDistance to drive an edge or face chamfer with Edge/VertexDistance1 and Edge/VertexDistance2.
Set type as Vertex to drive a vertex chamfer with Edge/VertexDistance1, Edge/VertexDistance2 and VertexDistance3.
|Set the chamfer to propagate to tangent edges.
|Set the chamfer to keep features otherwise removed by it's the creation.
|Set the chamfer to be defined by Edge/VertexDistance1 for all distance values
|Define the angle of the chamfer
|Define the distance between the selected edge/vertex and the generated chamfer edge/vertex in the primary direction.
|Define the distance between the selected edge/vertex and the generated chamfer edge/vertex in the secondary direction.
|Define the distance between the selected vertex and the generated chamfer vertex in the tertiary direction.