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parametic Construktion

gastight Damper
In the parametric construction of a 3D CAD component, in contrast to the creation of a simple solid body, it is important to ensure that it can dynamically adapt itself to the established framework conditions and be able to set up itself afterwards.

The model is provided with intelligence, so that it decides after entry of the default values themselves, how large the items must be, which types can be selected and how they must be arranged to each other.

The knowledge about the geometric dependencies is controlled by so-called rules. These can be freely programmed and thus offer complete freedom without being severely limited by the program.
All options for size and additions are available in a single model and can be expanded as desired.

By selecting the framework, it is possible to control the entire model because the more complex information and dependencies are already stored.

By adding value lists and inserting additional parts, new framework conditions can be fulfilled.
Parameter selection
Parameter selection - dropdown
gastight Damper - fire save
In our example, the gas-tight damper means that not only the connection size and component length are controlled by parameters, but all the details are regulated.

From thread sizes and number of boreholes, over flange and design, to the matching small material, such as threaded rods and gears.

There are settings, such as the number of damper blades, which is regulated depending on other variables such as the connection size, but also manual options, for example, if the damper is to be manufactured as a fire damper.
The model is set in motion by simulating physical properties. As a result, the interaction of the mechanics can be represented and understood.

Known sources of error can be avoided through rules and dependencies during model building.

By creating geometric dependencies, the model can detect collisions and then reorient itself.
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