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06-28-2018 09:45 AM - edited 06-28-2018 09:45 AM

I have more than 20 parameters set as constant numbers (e.g. p21_x = 50).

Is there any easy method to get all those parameters multiplied by the same factor?

For example, with a factor 1.1,

- p21_x = 50 >>> p21_x = 55
- p22_x = 60 >>> p22_x = 66
- ...

All those parameters are "Total" in Curve Length features. I don't want to set them as expressions like p21_x = 50*factor, because I need them to be constant numbers to be able to be adjusted by mouse dragging in the future.

Thanks!

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06-28-2018 10:31 AM

Go into the expression editor and Ctrl C copy into buffer

Open Excel and past into spreadsheat

Enter factor in another cell

in column next to first orginal number type in formula (cell to left * the factor cell , fixed with $$)

Copy cell to rows below

Copy answers into buffer

Go back to NX and paste new numbers back in.

Steve V

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06-28-2018 10:40 AM

Hi @StevenVickers Thank you for the super trick!

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